Which of the following statements is not true about the FORTRAN language?
Options: FORTRAN is a high level language, A FORTRAN program, written for the IBM-PC, is totally different from a FORTRAN program written for execution on the SUN machine, FORTRAN is extensively used to write programs for performing scientific computations, All of the above
Options: (A)The dead line for start is mandatory, but for finish it is not. (B) The dead line for finish is mandatory, but for start it is not. (C) The dead line for finish and start is mandatory. (D) The dead line for finish and start is not mandatory. 11
Options: A high paging activity is called thrashing.
B. A high executing activity is called thrashing
C. A extremely long process is called thrashing
D. A extremely long virtual memory is called thrashing
Options: running the system with line data by the actual user, making sure that the new programs do in fact process certain transactions according to Specifications, is checking the logic of one or more programs in the candidate system, testing changes made in an existing or a new program