Computer Science Quiz

Q46. Which one of the following is a high-level data model
(a) Network model
(b) Hierarchical model
(c) ER model
(d) None of the above

Q47. A bottom – up Parser generates
(a) left most derivation
(b) right most derivation
(c) right most derivation in reverse
(d) left most derivation in reverse

Q48. In a compiler , grouping of characters into tokens is done by the
(a) Scanner
(b) Parser
(c) Code generator
(d) Code Optimizer

Q49. The tags elements in XML are
(a) case-insensitive
(b) case-sensitive
(c) browser dependent
(d) none of these

Q50. HTML is a subset of
(a) SGMT
(b) SGML
(c) SGMD
(d) none of these

Q51. Which of the following is a tool in design phase
(a) Abstraction
(b) refinement
(c) information hiding
(d) all of these

Q52. Which of the following is the desirable property of a module
(a) Independency
(b) low cohesiveness
(c) high coupling
(d) multifunctional

Q53. To create your application on a remote server which option you will choose in ASP.NET
(a) FTP
(c) File System
(d) none of these

Q54. Cache memory acts as a buffer between
(a) RAM and ROM
(b) RAM and CPU
(c) ROM and CPU
(d) CPU and Hard disk

Q55. Which OSPF message is used to discover who the neighbors are
(a) Link state update
(b) Database description
(c) Link state request
(d) Hello

Q56. A flip-flop whose state changes on the rising or falling edge of a clock pulse is said to be
(a) Edge triggered flip flop
(b) Level triggered flip flop
(c) Edge and Level triggered flip flop
(d) Triggering

Q57. A multiplexer is also known as
(a) data provider
(b) data selector
(c) selector
(d) multiplier

Q58. _____ is the separation of user logical memory from physical memory
(a) Main Memory
(b) Cache Memory
(c) Virtual Memory
(d) External Memory

Q59. Which one access allows a user to transfer files without having an account on the remote system
(a) Main Memory
(b) Arbitrary
(c) Anonymous
(d) Remote

Q60. ____ consists of all processes residing on disk awaiting allocation of main memory
(a) Job Pool
(b) CPU Pool
(c) Memory Pool
(d) Interrupt Pool

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