Clipper Assessment

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This assessment is designed to gauge a person's knowledge of the CA-Clipper (hereafter referred to as Clipper) development system. The Clipper language consists of a structured programming language and a collection of standard commands, functions, and objects that allow one to create application programs and systems.

The assessment covers various commands, functions, data types, and other information required to possess a thorough understanding of the Clipper environment and is appropriate to administer to anyone who needs to demonstrate a thorough understanding of Clipper.

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Number of questions 55
Test format Multiple-Choice
Time to complete Varies by skill
Topics covered Arrays
Control Structure
Data Types
Database Access
Database System
Error Handling
Functions and Procedures
General Knowledge
Memo Fields
Network Programming
Other APIs
Variables
Tasks tested Accessing work areas
Array declaration
Array definition
Assigning values to array elements
Assignment operator
Clipper Process Modules
Code block related arrays
Conditional Looping structure
Create a simple menu
Creating an Order in an Order bag
Creation and Initialization
Creation of variables
Database File Definition
Database functions
Database navigation
Database related arrays
dBase commands not supported by Clipper
Default RDD
Defining Functions & Procedures
DO CASE control structure
Drawing boxes on the screen
Error transfer of control
Exclusive Use Enforcement
Field data type
File types
Flexible and effective indexing of data in a database
For Looping Structure
General SET commands
Identify the current RDD name
Identify the name of a specific Order
Identifying operators
IF control structure
Index files
Low-level file functions
Memo functions
Network functions/commands
NIL data type
Opening a database on a network
Other APIs to enhance Clipper programming
Qualifying variable references
RDD Technology
RDD terminology
Reserved function names
Search an array
Search for a specified key value
SET screen commands
Set the return code
Special variable qualifier
Specify a replaceable driver
Supported data types
Traversing a database
Use of MEMOEDIT()
User interface arrays
Using @SAY GET
Work areas
Supported languages ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ English (en_US)