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1. Under a flat-file system, where is the source code contained?
a. In source file members
b. In database files
c. In the source file
d. In a module
2. What parameter identifies the source file and the location of the source file in the IFS?
3. Variables declared within the mainline procedure are called what?
a. Global variables
b. Local variables
c. Outside variables
d. Worldly variables
4. Source files that contain only subprocedures are not permitted to contain data definitions outside the scope of any of the subprocedures.
5. What is the compiler command for a traditional, single-source file (all in one) RPG program?
6. When compiling a single-source file using embedded subprocedures, typically what activation group is specified?
d. No activation group needed
7. What is the compiler code for a source file that uses zero or more embedded subprocedures and one or more external subprocedures?
8. Static storage is part of the program's memory that is retained for the duration of the program's or procedure's runtime.
9. The module that contains the variable definition and storage is the one that contains the EXPORT keyword.
10. What must you do to subprocedure names in order to access them from other modules?
a. Import them
b. Export them
c. Declare them