Options: restoring the operation whenever there is a disk failure, restoring both application and system software whenever there is disk corruption., restoring the data files whenever there is a system crash, All of the above
The approach used in top-down analysis and and design is
Options: to prepare flowcharts after programming has been completed, to identify a top level function and then create a hierarchy of lower level modules and components, to identify the top level functions by combining many smaller components into a single entity., All of the above
Which of the following is not an advantage of magnetic disk storage?
Options: The access time of magnetic disk is much less than that of magnetic tape, Â Â Disk storage is longer lasting than magnetic tape, Â Â Disk storage is less expensive than tape storage, Â None of the above
3.In uni-processor scheduling :A : Turnaround time, B : Response time, 1: A time interval between the submission of a process and its completion. 2: For interactive process, it is a time from the submission of a request until the response begins to received. 3: It includes actual execution time plus time spent waiting for resources.
Options: (A)A â€“ 2, 2, B â€“ 3 (B) A â€“ 1, 3, B â€“ 2 (C) A â€“ 2, B â€“ 1, 2 (D) A â€“ 2, B â€“ 1, 3 11
Options: a. Â double clicking on the column name on column header
b. Â Double click on the cell pointer in worksheet
c. Â Double clicking on column right border on column header
d. Â Double clicking on the column left border of column header
. The difference between Slide Design and Auto Content Wizard is
Options: a. Both are same b. AutoContent Wizard is just the wizard version of Slide Design c. Slide Design does not provide sample content but Auto Content Wizard provides sample content too! d. Slide Design asks your choice in steps but Auto Content Wizard does not let you make choices
Options: (A)is executed when a window is becoming visible or is being hidden (B) when a window is being disabled or enabled this event is executed (C) this event is executed when the user switches to another window of the same application (D) when a window receives the keyboard focus this event is executed 2
Options: the amount of counter emf required to reduce a current to 1 A, the amount of inductance required for generating 1 V of counter emf when the current changes at the rate of 1 A per second, the amount of inductance required to change the frequency of a current by 1 Hz, the number of turns of wire in an inductor multiplied by the amount of current flowing through it