A break statement is used to exit from a statement block in a switch statement.

Each statement below is either TRUE or FALSE. Choose the most appropriate one
and ENTER in the “tear-off” sheet attached to the question paper, following
instructions therein.

2.1 A break statement is used to exit from a statement block in a switch statement.
2.2 Recursion cannot call a function itself.
2.3 An array is a group of related data item that share a common memory location in RAM.
2.4 In the declaration int(*p)() p is a pointer to a function that returns an integer.
2.5 If m = 5, ++m + ++m is equal to 12.
2.6 The memory required in structure is less than union.
2.7 A function in ‘C’ must have at least one argument.
2.8 The programming language happens to be the high level language with some assembly
language features.
2.9 In C functions the actual expressions / parameters are passed on to formal parameters
using the method of call by value result
2.10 In C the graphics may be used to add graphical features to the program.

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