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Chapter 13, Problem 8SAT
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A is a significant program change that often requires changes in the documentation of the software.

  1. a. patch
  2. b. new version
  3. c. slipstream upgrade
  4. d. new release

Program Description Answer

A “new release” is the significant program change that often does required changes in the documentation of the software.

Hence, the correct option is “D”.

Explanation of Solution

New release:

  • It is the final version of the application.
  • It may be either public or private.
  • It the process of introduction of the product to market.

Explanation for incorrect options:

Patch:

  • It is the set of changes performed on computer program.
  • It supports the data design for updating, fixing and improving.

Hence, the option “A” is wrong...

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