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Problem:

The maximum number of entry points that any programming structure can have is ____.?

Which answer fits in the blank?

A) five

B) zero

C) three

D) one

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Solution:

The maximum number of entry points that any programming structure can have is one.

The correct answer is: ​One
  
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