When a function is called. flow of control moves to the function’s prototype.

1-When a function is called, flow of control moves to the function’s prototype.
Select One:
TRUE
False 2-A function’s return data type must be the same as the function’s parameter(s).
Select One:
TRUE
False 3-In C++, the statement      if (x + y = = y + x )     is valid
Select One:
TRUE
False 4- You must furnish an argument with a function call. Select One:
TRUE
False 5- A C++ statement double ans = 25 / 2 + 10; would give the answer 22.5. Select One:
TRUE
False 6- The main program is a function called by the operating system. Select One:
TRUE
False 7- A value returning function body must return a value Select One:
TRUE
False 8- The local declarations of a function cannot include the same variables as in its parameter list. Select One:
TRUE
False
9- Well written value returning functions should have no reference parameters. Select One:
TRUE
False

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1-When a function is called, flow of control moves to the functions prototype. Select One: TRUE False 2-A functions return

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