Unit 5 evaluation test . The field properties.

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1. The Validation text property contains the conditions that data introduced into the field needs to comply with.
a) True.

b) False.

2. If we place text in the Title property this text will be diplayed on the Status Bar.
a) True.

b) False.

3. If there is no Default value in a numeric field, it is the same as entering a zero.
a) True.

b) False.

4. We improve the table by defining all its field as indexed.
a) True.

b) False.

5. The primary key is indexed without duplicates values.
a) True.

b) False.

6. In order to introduce data within a determinated format we use the property named ........
a) ...format.

b) ...input mask.
c) ...default value.

7. I have a Text data type field, I am going to introduce text into it but the text is too long...

a) ...increase the value in the Field Size property.

b) ...I cannot increase the value as the data introduced will be lost.

c) ...change the Input mask property.

8.The Integer data type allows...

a) ...storage of numbers with up to two decimals.

b) ...does not permit decimals.

c) ...does not permit negative numbers.

9. In order for the introduction of values to be obligatory in a specific field...
a) ...I select the Yes value in the Required property.
b) ...place the appropriate input mask.

c) ...there is no way.

d) ....I select the No value in the Required property.

10 If I have defined a two-fields index Without duplicates based on the Province and City fields...
a) ...it is not possible to have two records from the same city.

b) ...it is not possible to have two records from the same province

c) Both previous answers are correct.

d) All the previous answers are false.


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