Smalltalk Assessment

  • $10.00


SmallTalk is a tool for creating, designing and developing databases. Tools referred to as "CASE tools" (Computer Aided Software Engineering) enable the rapid creation of relational databases including tables, forms, and reports. SmallTalk was one of the first CASE tools, (sometimes referred to as C*A*S*E) and is still widely used as a training tool for database creation. This assessment is appropriate to be given to developers.

Assessments for Relational Database Design and Relational Database Design Entry Level are also available.

Number of questions 56
Test format Multiple-Choice
Time to complete Varies by skill
Topics covered Cascaded Expression
Common Errors
Development Environment
Language
Memory Management
Object-Oriented Programming Concepts
Rounding
Semaphores
Testing Identity
Tasks tested Bags
Block closure
Block context
Class definition
Class hierarchy
Collections
Collections - enumerating
Collections - indexing
Component ordering
Conditional branching
Copying
Equality
Expression evaluation
Garbage collection
Instances
Message evaluation
Message sending
Method composition
Notification
Object oriented programming definitions
Polymorphism
Proxy objects
Pseudo-variables
Smalltalk organization
Strings
Symbols
Variable declaration
VisualAge class hierarchy
VisualAge directed messages
VisualAge Organizer
VisualAge processes
VisualWorks components
VisualWorks processes
VisualWorks shutdown
Supported languages ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ English (en_US)