True False Statements T F C 1suppose First Pointer First Node Linked List Print Linked Lis Q12971667

These are all True or False statements T/F C++ 1.Suppose that firstis a pointer to the first node of a linked list. To print a linkedlist, you should use the pointer first. 2.An iterator is an objectthat produces each element of a linked list one element at a time.3.In C Programming, standard input and output is done in streams,unlike the function calls of C++ Programming. 4.In structs, youaccess a component by using the struct name together with therelative position of the component. 5.Memory is allocated when youdefine a struct. 6. In a linked list, every node (except the lastnode) contains the address of the next node. 7. Building a linkedlist forward requires exactly two pointers. 8. You can use thepointer head of a linked list to traverse the list. 9. The privatemembers of a base class can be directly accessed by a derivedclass. 10.The binding of virtual functions occurs at programexecution time. 11.Data in a struct variable must be read onemember at a time. You can declare struct variables when you definethe struct. 12.A mutator function of a class changes the values ofthe member variable(s) of the class. 13.A pointer variable is avariable whose content is a memory address. 14.A linked list inwhich the last node points to itself is called a circular linkedlist. 15.In C++, &p, p, and *p all have the same meaning. 16.InC++, the dot, (.), is an operator, called the member accessoperator. A struct can be passed as a parameter to a function byvalue or by reference. 17.Operator functions typically return void.18.The only operation allowed on a pointer variable is theassignment operation. Given the declaration int *p; The statement p= new int[50]; dynamically allocates an array of 50 components oftype int and p contains the base address of the array. 19.In C++,operator is a reserved word. 20.In a linked list, if a new item isalways inserted at the beginning or at the end of the list and thedata we read is unsorted, the linked list will be unsorted. 21.InC++, the dot operator has a lower precedence than the dereferencingoperator. 22.Two pointer variables of the same type can be comparedfor equality. 23.In C++, the member access operator arrow is>>. 24.In the statement int* p, q; p and q are pointervariables. 25.A struct is a homogeneous data structure with allcomponents of the same type. 26.An array can be a member of astruct.   27.If a class has more than one constructor, then allconstructors must have different names. 28.In C++, the dot operatorhas a lower precedence than the dereferencing operator.

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