Options: (A)It describes the basic entities in the design and relation between them. (B) Observational techniques used to understand social and organizational requirements. (C) It is based on the idea of developing an initial implementation, exposing it uses on requirement and refining it through many versions until an adequate system has been developed. (D) Based on an idea of developing an initial implementation, exposing this to uses comment and retiring it until and adequate system has been developed. 14
Options: (A)Trustworthiness with which a system or component can be modified to take advantage of new software or hardware technologies. (B) An error of some kind or an unexpected event occurs during the execution of a program (C) Here the objective of the process is to work with uses to explore their requirement and deliver a final system. (D) Possible loss or harm in computing system. 17
Options: (A)Arrays are dense lists and static data structure (B) Data elements in linked list need not be stored in adjacent space in memory (C) Pointers store the next data element of a list (D) Linked lists are collection of the nodes that contain information part and next pointer
Which of the following applies to external DOS commands?
Options: External commands reside in RAM until called, External commands are stored on disk separately from COMMAND.COM, External commands must always be used with the /e switch, External commands can only be executed from a batch file.
Options: a common database design task., a rare database design task, but does occur., a database design task that never occurs., is impossible to do, so a new database must be constructed and the data moved into it.
6.A. Absolute Loading B. Relocatable Loading C. Dynamic Run-Time Loading; 1- It requires that a load module always be loaded into some location in main memory. 2- A load module can be located anywhere in main memory.
Options: (A)A â€“ 2, B â€“ 1, C â€“ 1 (B) A â€“ 1, B â€“ 1, C â€“ 2 (C) A â€“ 1, B â€“ 2, C â€“ 2 (D) A â€“ 1, B â€“ 2, C â€“ 1 13
In 1943, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Winston Churchill and Joseph Stalin met at Teheran primarily
Options: to discuss the strategy to be adopted by the Allies to invade Germany, to consider a common plan of action by the Allies forces against the axis powers, for creating an effective instrument for maintaining international peace, to work out a common line of action against Japan