# Computer science

While you can pass only one argument into a function, you can return as many values as needed from a function.
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False

A library function saves time for the programmer because it allows for code reuse.
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False

Each function should be flowcharted separately.
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False

A function is a module that returns multiple values back to the part of the program that called it.
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False

An IPO chart can be used to show what a function does.
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False

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