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BOOK: MCSD Certification Toolkit (Exam 70-483): Programming in C#
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Chapter 1
Section "Exploring the Structure of the Program"
(Page 21):

Where do the terms: "simple statement" and "complex statement" come from? I don't remember seeing them anywhere else.
Are they unique to this book?
Are they unique to Microsoft's testing system?
Will the actual test (70-483) refer to these terms?
Have the authors created these terms to help teach C# program structure?

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Hi John,

The book was written without too much interaction among the authors. We were each assigned chapters and did our own thing. That's why you may see difference in style and wording in different chapters.

So I can't speak with complete certainty for the author of that chapter, but I don't think these are standard terms defined by Microsoft. I think they were just a reasonable way to break the material up into smaller pieces.
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