Structured Programming in Basic Problems
© 1998 by Dr. Thomas W. MacFarland -- All Rights Reserved
Instructions: Review the following program and see if you can predict the outcome by completing a "pencil trace" of the code. Program output is provided at the end of this page. Compiler: The program was prepared using GWBasic, which requires the use of line numbers.
10 REM This program demonstrates how numbers can also be 20 REM used as characters. 30 X = 100 40 Y$ = "101" 50 PRINT X+2 Y$ 10000 REM And the answer is ... 10010 REM 102 101