Options: is a low percentages of number of records added or deleted from a file, if high, reduces processing efficiency for sequential and nonsequential files, is a measure of the percentage of existing records updated during a run, refers to how closely the files fits into the allocated
After entering all fields required for a table, if you realize that the third field is not needed, how will you remove?
Options: a. You need to delete the whole tablThere is no method to remove a particular field only.
b. Delete all the fields from third downwards and reenter the required fields again.
c. Select the third column in datasheet view then Delete
d. Select the third row in table design view then Delete
Options: (A)Here each identified risk is analyzed and prioritized (B) It begins after all hazards are identified. For each hazard, the outcome of the risk assessment process is a statement of acceptability. (C) The anticipate risks which night affect the project schedule or the quality of the software being developed and to take action to avoid these risks. (D) None of these 23
What is the difference between mnemonic codes and machine codes?
Options: There is no difference., Machine codes are in binary, mnemonic codes are in shorthand English., Machine codes are in shorthand English, mnemonic codes are in binary., Machine codes are in shorthand English, mnemonic codes are a high-level language.
You get a call from a network administrator who tells you that he typed the following into his router: Router(config)#router ospf 1 Router(config-router)#network 10.0.0.0 255.0.0.0 area 0 He tells you he still can't see any routes in the routing table. What configuration error did the administrator make?
Options: The wildcard mask is incorrect., The OSPF area is wrong., The OSPF Process ID is incorrect., The AS configuration is wrong.
Thorough planning must take place when setting up an 802.3 network. A maximum number of segments can separate any two nodes on the network. What is the maximum number of segments allowed between two nodes?