CROSSWORD (Chapters 1 to 3)- Basics
Instructions for use
The clues will appear on the status bar of your browser (right at the bottom) and also at the top of the applet.
Click once on the applet for it to start working.
You can use the arrow keys as well as the mouse to move around the squares. To delete use "DEL" key (perhaps DEL and backspace might not work- I'm not sure why because they work fine on my PC but when uploaded they don't seem to work- anyway, it shouldn't affect the functionality).
Use the SPACEBAR to alternate between ACROSS and DOWN.
If the letter you type is correct, the letter will be in BLACK color. If it is wrong it will be in RED color. Get all black and you've cracked the crossword.
If all squares are black then you've cracked the crossword.
A score less than 130 is good (100-110 is great). Anything more than 140 means you've tried to guess many of the squares.
If the grid doesn't appear you can click here to view a snapshot of the grid
Across:1.) We work in the decimal system but addresses are represented in this format. (11)
9.) Errors prevent execution but I allow execution. But beware. (7)
13.) Programmers are reluctant (and lazy) to use me but if used judiciously I’m very helpful later. (7)
14.) I take only true or false for an answer and nothing else. (4)
15.) To be OR not to be! (4)
16.) When strengths are equal, this determines who is evaluated first. (13)
2.) To get something from the right side to the left, we need to use this operator. (10)
4.) C++ = C + this concept. (3)
6.) Operator to obtain the remainder. (6)
7.) Dictionary says “memory aid”. Assembly programmers need (and use) them the most. (8)
10.) If ‘B’ has a value of 66 and ‘b’ has a value of 98 then you are using this code. (5)
11.) It is present in alliterate and is another name used for a constant. (7)
12.) Lawyers, in movies frequently, retort, ‘My Lord I …’ Compilers convert into this code. (6)
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