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  1. To display the "%" symbol using NSLog, type...
  2. To express something in scientic notation use this format
  3. What does this mean? a /= b + c
  4. The associative property of an operator determines?
  5. The amount of memory allocated for the basic data types is?
  6. Change "count = count + 10" to take advantage of assingnment operators
  7. Whenever you divide two integer terms, the Objective-C system performs the operation...
  8. How do you combine the arithmetic operators with the assignment operator?
  9. What is the modulus operator?
  10. A leading 0x indicates is in _____ notation
  11. To display the value of a "long" variable
  12. What has the highest precedence of any arithmetic operator?
  13. A ____ operator is one which operates on a single value
  14. Every value (whether it's a char, int, or float) has _______ associated with it
  15. Whenever a floating-point value is assigned to a an integer variable in Objective-C, the decimal portion of the float is?
  16. Under Mac OS X, you can compile an application as either 32-bit or 64-bit. What does this mean?
  17. Use ___ to display the value of a char variable
  18. To display a float in scientific notation use...
  19. A leading zero in fornt of an int indates the constant is in ____ notation?
  20. The ____ data type is ued to stoare an object of any type
  21. To display a floating point using NSLog, ____ or ____ can be used.
  1. a a = a / (b+c)
  2. b Machine (or implementation) dependent
  3. c %%
  4. d % Returns the remainder
  5. e unary
  6. f op= (ie += or -=)
  7. g 3.14e4
  8. h id
  9. i Whether the expression is evaluated from "left to right" or from "right to left"
  10. j the letter l is placed before the integer format characters (Do the same with short and long long and unsigned)
  11. k using integer division
  12. l truncated
  13. m %c
  14. n count += 10;
  15. o %e
  16. p Hexadecimal (base 16)
  17. q Octal (base 8)
  18. r An int takes up either 32 or 64 bits.
  19. s unary minus and unary plus and a type case (float)
  20. t Range of Values
  21. u %f or %g