. What is the difference between ‘open’ and ‘open exclusively’
Options: a. Open statement opens access database files and open exclusively opens database files of other program like oracle
b. Open exclusive locks whole database so that no one can access it whereas open locks only the record that is being accessed
c. Both open and open exclusively are same
d. Open exclusive command does not exist in MS Access
Options: It is a social and religious movement form about AD 500 to 1600, It is the movement that influenced the developed of regional language because it emphasised people's everyday speech, both (a) and (b), None of the above
What of the following is considered to be a pivotal event in the history of AI.
Options: 1949, Donald O, The organization of Behaviour,, 1950, Computing Machinery and Intelligence., 1956, Dartmouth University Conference Organized by John McCarthy, 1961, Computer and Computer Sense.
Options: allows the programmer to write base registers and displacements explicitly in the source program., is used to remember which of the general-purpose registers are currently available as base registers, and what base addresses they contain., allows multiple programs to reside in separate areas of core at the same time., is a term that refers to the control programs of an operating system.
Options: The Addresses Resolution Protocol, ARP, allows a host to find the physical address of a target host on the same physical network, given only the target IP address., The sender's IP - to- physical address binding is included in every ARP broadcast; receivers update the IP-to-Physical address binding information in their cache before processing an ARP packet., ARP is a low-level protocol that hides the underlying network physical addressing, permitting us to assign IP-addresses of our choice to every machine., All of the above
Options: (A)It shows the software process as a set of activities each of which carries out data transformation. (B) Data and associated programs are reengineered to remove limits on the data processing. (C) It is responsible for the definition, operation, protection, performance, and recovery of a database. (D) Development of a database to meet a userâ€™s requirements 16