Sunday, June 3, 2007

Question 51

One level of module strength is informational strength. Which of the following is
the appropriate example of a module with informational strength?

a) A module into which multiple related functions are combined, and the function to be executed is determined by the values of arguments at the time the module is called.
b) A module into which functions handling a particular data structure are combined.
c) A module into which multiple functions having little relation among them are combined.
d) A module into which multiple successive functions are combined.

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