More than one value can be returned by a function, if the arguments are passed to it by

Each statement below has a blank space to fit one of the word(s) or phrase(s) in the list
below. Enter your choice in the “tear-off” answer sheet attached to the question paper,
following instructions therein.

A. stdin B. automatic C. int **a;
D. value E. int *p, *q; F. union
G. structure H. variable of a structure I. addition
J. constants K. reference L. int a[10, 20];
M. int *p, q; N. sparse O. variable of int type
P. pointer to a structure Q. multiplication R. stdout
S. static T. empty U. external
4.1 The statement int* p, q; is equivalent to ________.
4.2 More than one value can be returned by a function, if the arguments are passed to it by
________.
4.3 A(n) ________ matrix has a large number of zero entries and very few non-zero entries.
4.4 A two dimensional array of integers can also be defined as ________.
4.5 The fprintf function can be used to write on the screen if the first argument to it is ________.
4.6 If the request of register storage class is not honoured, then the variables are treated as having ________ storage class.
4.7 A ________ allows its members to share the same storage area in the computer memory.
4.8 The indirection operator is also used as ________ operator.
4.9 In t-> name, t is a(n) ________.
4.10 The incrementation operator cannot be applied to ________.

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