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Version: 16.0
Question: 21

You are developing an application that processes order information. Thousands of orders are processed daily. The application includes the following code segment. (Line numbers are included for reference only.)

The application must:
Display the number of orders processed and the number of orders remaining
Update the display for every 25th record processed
You need to develop the application to meet these requirements.
Which line of code should you insert at line 04?

A. if (!(counter % 25))
B. if (counter == 25)
C. if (counter >> 25 == 0)
D. if (counter << 25 == 0) Answer: A % (Modulus) Computes the integer remainder of dividing 2 numbers. Incorrect: >> (Sign-propagating right shift) Shifts the first operand in binary representation the number of bits to the right specified in the second operand, discarding bits shifted off.
<< (Left shift) Shifts its first operand in binary representation the number of bits to the left specified in the second operand, shifting in zeros from the right.
Reference: JavaScript Operators

Question: 22

You develop an HTML5 webpage. You have the following HTML markup:

You need to prevent users from entering specific characters into the username field.
What should you do?

A. Using the keyup event, add an anonymous function that returns true when a specific character keycode value is determined.
B. Using the change event, add an anonymous function that returns true when a specific character keycode value is determined.
C. Using the keydown event, add an anonymous function that returns false when a specific character keycode value is determined.
D. Using the change event, add an anonymous function that returns false when a specific character keycode value is determined.

Answer: B

The change event is fired for ,