…………..is the physical parts of a computer system including any peripheral equipment such as printers, modems and mouse devices.
A storage device
Application
Hardware
Software
A __________ program provides access to Web resources.
Browser
ISP
URL
Web
A compiler is a translating program which:
All of above
It is not involved in program’s execution
Translates entire source program into machine language program
Translates instruction of a high level language into machine language
A compiler means:
check_box A program which translates source program into object program
A person who compiles source programs
Keypunch operator
The same thing as a programmer
A computer can do......................... operations without getting tired or bored.
Repeat
Repeatedly
Repeating
Repetitive
A computer Program that translates one program instruction at a time into machine language is called a/an:
Compiler
CPU
Interpreter
Simulator
A computer programmer:
check_box Does all the thinking for a computer
Can draw only flowchart
Can enter input data quickly
Can operate all types of computer equipment
A language which is close to that used within the computer is:
check_box Low-level language
All of the above
Assembly language
High-level language
A memory that holds micro programs is …
Control memory
Core memory
RAM
ROM
A modern electronic computer is a machine that is meant for
check_box Input storage, manipulation of outputting of data
Doing quick mathematical calculations
Electronic data processing
Performing repetitive tasks accurately
A one-line description, used to present the topic of an e-mail message, is referred to as the:
Address
Header
Signature
Subject
A pen shaped device which can sense light, and is used to point at spots on a video screen.
Joystick
Light pen
Mouse
Plotter
An operating system:
Consists of programs that help in the operation of computer
Is always supplies with computer
Is always written in BASIC
Is not required on large computers
Apple and IBM are the first two companies that produced…………..
Mainframes
Personal computers
Portable computers
Servers
At the back of a computer there are ports into which we can plug __________ (e.g. a scanner, a modem, etc.)
check_box External devices
External device
Internal device
Internal devices
CD-ROM is a …
Magnetic memory
Memory register
None of above
Semiconductor memory
Compilers and interpreters are themselves:
check_box Programs
Codes
High-level language
Mnemonics
Computer memory consists of …
check_box All of the above
PROM
RAM
ROM
Computers can produce results quickly and............................
Accuracy
Accurate
Accurately
Accurating
Computers can........................ numbers.
Comparable
Comparative
Comparatively
Compare
Control Unit of a digital computer is often called the …
check_box Nerve centre
All of the above
ICs
Lock
DBMS stand for …
Database management studies
Database management system
Database marketing strategies
Database marketing system
Device driver is a software component..................... a computer system to communicate with a device,
check_box That permits
Permits
That
Which permitting
Everything computer does is controlled by its?
CPU
RAM
ROM
Storage devices
For a browser to connect to other resources, the location or address of the resources must be specified. These addresses are called:
E-mail forms
MSN
Packets
URLs
High level language is also called
All of the above
Business oriented language
Mathematically oriented language
Problem oriented language
How many………….are there in a byte?
Bits
Digits
Pits
Zeros
HTML is an acronym for __________.
Hyperlink Markup Language
Hypertext Markup Language
Hypertext Markup Link
Hypertext Modern Language.
In a client/server network, the user’s computer is considered the:
Client
Library
Server
Web site
In the e-mail address "justincase@usource.org", what is the domain name?
check_box Usource.org
Justincase
Org
The whole address is called the domain name.
In which language is source program written?
check_box High level
English
Symbolic
Temporary
Information stored in Random Access Memory (RAM) is volatile. This means that it:
check_box Is lost when the computer is switched off.
Can burn if exposed to air.
Is automatically saved to disk when the computer is switched off.
Is kept in memory even when the computer is powered off.
Memories in which any location can be reached in a fixed (and short) amount of time after specifying its address is called
Mass storage
Random-access memory
Secondary memory
Sequential-access memory
Most common uses of the Internet and the Web include communicating, shopping,
check_box Searching, entertainment, and education
E-commerce, e-mail, and education
E-commerce, e-mail, and searching
E-mail, entertainment, and education
Most operating systems provide...................... to read and write data to files.
check_box Function
Functions
Functions which
With functions
Moving from one Web site to another is called:
check_box Surfing
Applying
Jumping
Moving
Name or number used to identify a storage location devices?
A byte
A record
All of above
An address
Processors of all computers, whether micro, mini or mainframe must have …
All of the above
ALU
Control Unit
Primary storage
Programs designed to perform specific tasks is known as:
Application software
Operating system
System software
Utility programs
RAM is used as a short memory because it is …
Has small capacity
Is programmable
Is very expensive
Volatile
Rules for exchanging data between computers are called
check_box Protocols
Hyperlinks
Procedures
Programs
Software documentation refers to:
Anything written about how the software is designed or functions
None of the above.
The compatibility of the software with IBM-PC
The documents which, the user has to sign before using the software legally
Software in computer:
Both of above
Enhances the capabilities of the hardware machine
Increase the speed of central processing unit
None of above
The __________ is the multimedia interface to resources available on the Internet.
check_box Web
Browser
ISP
URL
The actual physical network made up of wires, cables, and satellites that connects computers and resources throughout the world is the:
check_box Internet
E-commerce
Spiders
Web
The brain of any computer system is
check_box CPU
ALU
Control unit
Memory
The computer stores its program and data in its
check_box Memory
ALU
Cache memory
Control unit
The control unit of a processor............................ the flow of information between the arithmetic unit and the memory.
check_box Coordinates
Coordinating
Coordination
Coordinator
The CPU clock speed is normally expressed in:
500 MHz
Bits per clock tick
Megahertz
Ticks per second
The device that can both feed data into and accept data from a computer is …
All of the above
ALU
CPU
Input-Output device
The difference between memory and storage is that memory is … and storage is …
All of above
Permanent, temporary
Slow, fast
Temporary, permanent
The extensions .gov, .edu, .mil, and .net are called:
DNSs
Domain codes
E-mail targets
Mail to addresses
The fastest-growing application for the Internet is
Conducting research
Going shopping
Playing games, reading, and listening to music
Using e-mail
The first…………… computer which was as big as a house was built in the 1940s.
Analogue
digital
Personal
Portable
The Internet was launched in 1969 and was originally called:
check_box ARPANET
ARPNET
CERN
CERNET
The kernel of Windows XP Home Edition and Windows XP Professional operating systems are........................... .
Identical
Not same
Same
Unique
The most common method for gaining access to the Internet is through a __________.
Dumb terminal
Point-to-point computer
Provider or host computer
Virtual provider or computer
The most popular Internet activity is
Communicating with others
Conducting research
Going shopping
Playing games, reading, listening to music
The most powerful type of computer is a…………………..
Laptop
Mainframe
PDA
Supercomputer
The most widely used Web protocol is:
HTML
http://
ISP
URL
The multimedia interface to the resources available on the Net is called the:
GUI interface
Internet
Server
World Wide Web
The term ISP refers to
Interface standard protocol
Internal software protocol
International shareware pool
Internet service provider
The translator program used in assembly language is called
Assembler
Compiler
Interpreter
Translator
The two basic parts of URLs are:
Destination and device
TCP and IP
TCP/IP and ISP
The protocol and the domain name
There are millions of ………………in a today’s chip
check_box Transistors
Applications
Pits
Pixel
These types of commercial Internet service providers are the most widely used:
check_box National service providers
Centralized service providers
Decentralized service providers
Regional service providers
UNIVAC is
check_box Universal Automatic Computer
Unique Automatic Computer
Universal Array Computer
Unvalued Automatic Computer
Unwanted and unsolicited e-mails are called:
check_box Spam
Flame
Junk
Lurk
URL is an acronym for __________.
Uniform Resource Linka
Uniform Resource Locator
Universal Reference Locator
Unlimited Real-time Language
What is the best definition of '' or 'bug'?
check_box An error in a computer program
A program in which the code is distributed allowing programmers to alter and change the original software as much as they like
All the above
Data programmed into a hardware device which provides its basic functionality; normally in the form of an EPROM
What is the best definition of '.NET Framework'?
check_box A premium software framework by Microsoft which executes code via a virtual machine
A high-level, popular, open source, interpreted programming language written by Larry Wall in 1986 and typically used for a wide variety of programming tasks
A program that takes human readable code and turns it into machine readable code
A programming language written by Rasmus Lerdorf in 1995, and aimed mainly at web developers to create dynamic content
What is the best definition of 'barcode reader'?
check_box A hardware peripheral designed to 'scan' products into an inventory tracking system
All the above
An input device using a light-sensitive pen shaped handle which can be used to draw on the computer screen
An input device with a vertical rod mounted on a base used to control pointing devices or on-screen objects; normally with one or more buttons
What is the best definition of 'beta version'?
check_box A software program used for testing purposes before it is released to the public.
A measure of how easily programs can be moved to a new system without having to make any changes.
An application which stores information that often needs to be accessed quickly such as appointments, contacts, notes, lists and memos.
An open format for exchanging data between spreadsheet programs
What is the best definition of 'CLI' or 'command line interface'?
check_box A text-only link between a computer and its operator
A family of operating systems created by Microsoft; normally divided into the "9x" series of MS-DOS based systems and the "NT" series (NT,2000,XP,Vista)
A software program which mimics the performance of a hardware device in order to run securely or independent of the actual hardware
To terminate a connection to a computer or network
What is the best definition of 'click'?
check_box To press and release the primary (left-side) mouse button
The ability of a computer to convert spoken words from a user into usable data.
To press both right and left -side mouse button
To press the right-side mouse button
What is the best definition of 'closed source'?
check_box Software in which the license stipulates that the user cannot see, edit, or manipulate the source code of a software program
An error in a computer program
An incorrect action attributable to poor judgment, ignorance, or inattention
Software distributed without cost by the developer which normally cannot be modified or sold without permission
What is the best definition of 'compatible'?
A computer failure due to faulty hardware or a serious software bug
Capable of being used with or connected to other devices or components without modification
Characterized by not having a constant time interval between successive bits, characters or events
No longer of use due to passage of time and the increase of surrounding technology
What is the best definition of 'convergence'?
A computer using a relatively slow and specialized processor and ROM chip, normally used to control a particular device such as a washing machine or an MP3 player
A physical or software device connecting and facilitating a network with a printer
All the above
The evolution of devices towards common functionality
What is the best definition of 'elegant code'?
A programming style that is based on a step-by-step approach to solving a problem.
All of the above
Concise, clean, and clear code which allows other developers to understand and extend it
Rules governing the structure of a programming language
What is the best definition of 'embedded system'?
A computer designed for use by one person at a time
A computer using a relatively slow and specialized processor and ROM chip, normally used to control a particular device such as a washing machine or an MP3 player
A type of computer intended primarily for central distribution of data to other computers on the same network
Refers to only the most powerful class of computer, typically designed to perform specialized tasks such as weather prediction, governmental financial calculations, or space research.
What is the best definition of 'EPROM' or 'erasable programmable read only memory'?
A non-volatile (permanent) memory type that is erasable via ultra-violet light and reprogrammable
A type of memory which is manufactured with permanent contents which cannot be modified
All the above
This is either dedicated or shared memory set aside specifically for the graphics processor
What is the best definition of 'execute'?
The act of deleting information from a file system or database
To end a program or a process before its completion
To magnetically prepare or a disk to receive data or erase and prepare an existing disk drive
To start a program on a computer
What is the best definition of 'filename'?
A name that identifies a series of bits stored on a computer or computer media
A software program which mimics the performance of a hardware device in order to run securely or independent of the actual hardware
Software which converts the data from a component or peripheral into data that an operating system can use
To magnetically prepare or a disk to receive data or erase and prepare an existing disk drive
What is the best definition of 'fingerprint reader'?
A device which forms a digitised image of a human finger print for the purpose of biometric authentication.
A hardware device plugged into a computer's sound card optimized for voice commands or other audio recording
An input device using a light-sensitive pen shaped handle which can be used to draw on the computer screen
To press the right-side mouse button
What is the best definition of 'firmware'?
All the above
An incorrect action attributable to poor judgment, ignorance, or inattention
Data programmed into a hardware device which provides its basic functionality; normally in the form of an EPROM
Software in which the license stipulates that the user cannot see, edit, or manipulate the source code of a software program
What is the best definition of 'floppy disk drive'?
A data storage technique using a pattern of markings on a disc that can be read by a laser; examples include CD-ROM, and DVD-ROM technology
A legacy storage device which can read and write data slowly from a removable magnetic medium (normally 3.5" in diameter and holding 1.44 MB of data)
A type of memory which is manufactured with permanent contents which cannot be modified
A type of storage using integrated circuits to store data; examples include RAM, ROM, and flash memory
What is the best definition of 'format'?
A confidential authentication information composed of a string of characters
Software which converts the data from a component or peripheral into data that an operating system can use
To magnetically prepare or a disk to receive data or erase and prepare an existing disk drive
To start a program on a computer
What is the best definition of 'freeware'?
A computer failure due to faulty hardware or a serious software bug
Software distributed without cost by the developer which normally cannot be modified or sold without permission
Software in which the license stipulates that the user cannot see, edit, or manipulate the source code of a software program
Something a computer program is "supposed" to do; these are often reasons to use a particular program or upgrade to a more recent version
What is the best definition of 'GUI' or 'graphical user interface'?
check_box This is a icon based computer interface designed to be easier to learn and use than earlier command line interfaces. Windows and Mac OS are the most common examples of this type of interface
A software program which mimics the performance of a hardware device in order to run securely or independent of the actual hardware
All the above
Software which converts the data from a component or peripheral into data that an operating system can use
What is the best definition of 'hard disk drive'?
A data storage technique using a pattern of markings on a disc that can be read by a laser; examples include CD-ROM, and DVD-ROM technology
A legacy storage device using magnetic tape; normally reading and writing data slower rate and used for backups.
A storage device using rotating magnetic platters to quickly store and retrieve digital data
All the above
What is the best definition of 'input device'?
A handheld input device for computers with one or more buttons and a rounded body meant to be slid around on a pad or flat surface.
A peripheral used primarily to enter data into a computer
An input device or mouse alternative using a sensitive rectangular surface and a stylus
An input device using a light-sensitive pen shaped handle which can be used to draw on the computer screen
What is the best definition of 'joystick'?
A peripheral used primarily to enter data into a computer
All the above
An input device with a vertical rod mounted on a base used to control pointing devices or on-screen objects; normally with one or more buttons
To press the right-side mouse button
What is the best definition of 'kernel'?
A name that identifies a series of bits stored on a computer or computer media
Software in which the license stipulates that the user cannot see, edit, or manipulate the source code of a software program
The fundamental part of an operating system responsible for providing access to the machine's hardware
This is a icon based computer interface designed to be easier to learn and use than earlier command line interfaces. Windows and Mac OS are the most common examples of this type of interface
What is the best definition of 'legacy system'?
A computer designed for use by one person at a time
A physical or software device connecting and facilitating a network with a printer
All the above
An older computer system that continues to be used because an organization does not wish to redesign it with a more modern device.
What is the best definition of 'magnetic storage'?
A legacy storage device using magnetic tape; normally reading and writing data slower rate and used for backups
A newer data storage device meant to replace a traditional hard disk drive; these are characterized by non-moving parts and lower energy consumption
A storage technique using patterns of magnetized particles on a metallic surface to store data; examples include hard disk drives, tape drives, floppy disk drives
A type of storage using integrated circuits to store data; examples include RAM, ROM, and flash memory
What is the best definition of 'microphone'?
check_box A hardware device plugged into a computer's sound card optimized for voice commands or other audio recording
A display that also acts as an input device by allowing a user to navigate a program by touching specific locations of the screen.
The ability of a computer to convert spoken words from a user into usable data.
To press the right-side mouse button
What is the best definition of 'mouse pointer'?
A hardware peripheral designed to 'scan' products into an inventory tracking system.
A special icon (normally an arrow) that indicates the current location of the mouse on the desktop screen.
All the above
To press the right-side mouse button
What is the best definition of 'netbook'?
A computer designed for use by one person at a time
A computer using a relatively slow and specialized processor and ROM chip, normally used to control a particular device such as a washing machine or an MP3 player
A high quality computer, typically with lots of RAM, plenty of CPU power, and a high quality video card
A small laptop with less powerful components meant for surfing the web, reading email, and other basic tasks.
What is the best definition of 'object-oriented language'?
A measure of how easily programs can be moved to a new system without having to make any changes.
A program that takes human readable code and turns it into machine readable code
An application which stores information that often needs to be accessed quickly such as appointments, contacts, notes, lists and memos
Any programming language that allows modelling of real-world object and concepts
What is the best definition of 'open source'?
A computer failure due to faulty hardware or a serious software bug
A program in which the code is distributed allowing programmers to alter and change the original software as much as they like
Software distributed without cost by the developer which normally cannot be modified or sold without permission
Software in which the license stipulates that the user cannot see, edit, or manipulate the source code of a software program
What is the best definition of 'optical storage'?
A data storage technique using a pattern of markings on a disc that can be read by a laser; examples include CD-ROM, and DVD-ROM technology
A legacy storage device using magnetic tape; normally reading and writing data slower rate and used for backups
A legacy storage device which can read and write data slowly from a removable magnetic medium (normally 3.5" in diameter and holding 1.44 MB of data)
A non-volatile (permanent) memory type that is erasable via ultra-violet light and reprogrammable
What is the best definition of 'OS' or 'operating system'?
check_box A GUI or CLI software link between the computer and operator; also provides a framework for productivity software such as an office suite, web browser, or programming languages
A name that identifies a series of bits stored on a computer or computer media
This is a icon based computer interface designed to be easier to learn and use than earlier command line interfaces. Windows and Mac OS are the most common examples of this type of interface
To magnetically prepare or a disk to receive data or erase and prepare an existing disk drive
What is the best definition of 'PC' or 'personal computer'?
check_box A computer designed for use by one person at a time
A computer using a relatively slow and specialized processor and ROM chip, normally used to control a particular device such as a washing machine or an MP3 player
A physical or software device connecting and facilitating a network with a printer
All the above
What is the best definition of 'PDA' or 'personal digital assistant'?
check_box A handheld computer about the size of wallet used as an organizer, web browser, game machine, mobile phone, or message recorder; also known as a hand-held computer
A computer designed for use by one person at a time
A type of computer intended primarily for central distribution of data to other computers on the same network
Refers to only the most powerful class of computer, typically designed to perform specialized tasks such as weather prediction, governmental financial calculations, or space research.
What is the best definition of 'portability'?
check_box A measure of how easily programs can be moved to a new system without having to make any changes
A program that takes human readable code and turns it into machine readable code
A programming style that is based on a step-by-step approach to solving a problem.
Rules governing the structure of a programming language
What is the best definition of 'presentation program'?
check_box An application used to present and communicate ideas and procedures to a group; examples are PowerPoint, Impress, and Keynote
A measure of how easily programs can be moved to a new system without having to make any changes
An application which stores information that often needs to be accessed quickly such as appointments, contacts, notes, lists and memos.
Repeatable data which occurs at the top of every document
What is the best definition of 'print server'?
check_box A physical or software device connecting and facilitating a network with a printer
A computer designed for use by one person at a time
All the above
The evolution of devices towards common functionality
What is the best definition of 'procedural language'?
check_box A programming style that is based on a step-by-step approach to solving a problem.
A measure of how easily programs can be moved to a new system without having to make any changes.
A program that takes human readable code and turns it into machine readable code
Concise, clean, and clear code which allows other developers to understand and extend it
What is the best definition of 'programmer'?
check_box A person who writes or modifies computer programs or applications
A person who uses a product or service on a computer
A person who writes intentionally controversial posts on a user forum in order to start a flame war.
All the above
What is the best definition of 'proprietary'?
check_box Privately developed and owned technology
A program in which the code is distributed allowing programmers to alter and change the original software as much as they like
All the above
Data programmed into a hardware device which provides its basic functionality; normally in the form of an EPROM
What is the best definition of 'RAM' or 'random access memory'?
A data storage technique using a pattern of markings on a disc that can be read by a laser; examples include CD-ROM, and DVD-ROM technology
A legacy storage device which can read and write data slowly from a removable magnetic medium (normally 3.5" in diameter and holding 1.44 MB of data
A type of computer memory known for being volatile (temporary) and fast.
A type of memory which is manufactured with permanent contents which cannot be modified
What is the best definition of 'right-click'?
check_box To press the right-side mouse button
An input device or mouse alternative using a sensitive rectangular surface and a stylus
An input device using a light-sensitive pen shaped handle which can be used to draw on the computer screen
An input device with a vertical rod mounted on a base used to control pointing devices or on-screen objects; normally with one or more buttons
What is the best definition of 'ROM' or 'read-only memory'?
A storage technique using patterns of magnetized particles on a metallic surface to store data; examples include hard disk drives, tape drives, floppy disk drives
A type of memory which is manufactured with permanent contents which cannot be modified
A type of storage using integrated circuits to store data; examples include RAM, ROM, and flash memory
All the above
What is the best definition of 'router'?
A computer using a relatively slow and specialized processor and ROM chip, normally used to control a particular device such as a washing machine or an MP3 player
A portable computer shaped in the form of a notebook and capable of advanced handwriting recognition via use of a stylus or on-screen keyboard.
A specialized computer which connects two networks
Refers to only the most powerful class of computer, typically designed to perform specialized tasks such as weather prediction, governmental financial calculations, or space research.
What is the best definition of 'semiconductor storage'?
A legacy storage device using magnetic tape; normally reading and writing data slower rate and used for backups.
A type of storage using integrated circuits to store data; examples include RAM, ROM, and flash memory
All the above
This is either dedicated or shared memory set aside specifically for the graphics processor
What is the best definition of 'server'?
A computer designed for use by one person at a time
A physical or software device connecting and facilitating a network with a printer
A type of computer intended primarily for central distribution of data to other computers on the same network
The evolution of devices towards common functionality
What is the best definition of 'speech recognition'?
A handheld input device for computers with one or more buttons and a rounded body meant to be slid around on a pad or flat surface
A hardware device plugged into a computer's sound card optimized for voice commands or other audio recording
An input device using a light-sensitive pen shaped handle which can be used to draw on the computer screen
The ability of a computer to convert spoken words from a user into usable data.
What is the best definition of 'SSD' or 'solid state drive'?
A newer data storage device meant to replace a traditional hard disk drive; these are characterized by non-moving parts and lower energy consumption
A type of memory which is manufactured with permanent contents which cannot be modified
A type of storage using integrated circuits to store data; examples include RAM, ROM, and flash memory
All the above
What is the best definition of 'supercomputer'
A computer using a relatively slow and specialized processor and ROM chip, normally used to control a particular device such as a washing machine or an MP3 player
A physical or software device connecting and facilitating a network with a printer
A small laptop with less powerful components meant for surfing the web, reading email, and other basic tasks
Refers to only the most powerful class of computer, typically designed to perform specialized tasks such as weather prediction, governmental financial calculations, or space research.
What is the best definition of 'syntax'?
A measure of how easily programs can be moved to a new system without having to make any changes.
A program that takes human readable code and turns it into machine readable code
Concise, clean, and clear code which allows other developers to understand and extend it
Rules governing the structure of a programming language
What is the best definition of 'tablet PC'?
A computer designed for use by one person at a time
A portable computer shaped in the form of a notebook and capable of advanced handwriting recognition via use of a stylus or on-screen keyboard.
A type of computer intended primarily for central distribution of data to other computers on the same network
Refers to only the most powerful class of computer, typically designed to perform specialized tasks such as weather prediction, governmental financial calculations, or space research.
What is the best definition of 'tape drive'?
A legacy storage device using magnetic tape; normally reading and writing data slower rate and used for backups
A legacy storage device which can read and write data slowly from a removable magnetic medium (normally 3.5" in diameter and holding 1.44 MB of data)
A type of memory which is manufactured with permanent contents which cannot be modified
A type of storage using integrated circuits to store data; examples include RAM, ROM, and flash memory
What is the best definition of 'video memory'?
A legacy storage device which can read and write data slowly from a removable magnetic medium (normally 3.5" in diameter and holding 1.44 MB of data)
A type of computer memory known for being volatile (temporary) and fast
A type of memory which is manufactured with permanent contents which cannot be modified
This is either dedicated or shared memory set aside specifically for the graphics processor
What is the best definition of 'Windows'?
check_box A family of operating systems created by Microsoft; normally divided into the "9x" series of MS-DOS based systems and the "NT" series (NT,2000,XP,Vista)
A GUI or CLI software link between the computer and operator; also provides a framework for productivity software such as an office suite, web browser, or programming languages
A set of strict rules for controlling read, write, and execute access to a file or directory
All the above
What is the best definition of 'workstation'?
A computer designed for use by one person at a time
A high quality computer, typically with lots of RAM, plenty of CPU power, and a high quality video card
A portable computer shaped in the form of a notebook and capable of advanced handwriting recognition via use of a stylus or on-screen keyboard.
A portable computer with a built-in screen, integrated keyboard, and battery power; also called a 'notebook'
What is the main difference between a mainframe and a super computer?
Super computer is much larger than mainframe computers
Super computers are much smaller than mainframe computers
Supercomputers are focused to execute as many programs as possible while mainframe uses its power to execute few programs as fast as possible
Supercomputers are focused to execute few programs as fast as possible while mainframe uses its power to execute as many programs concurrently
When surfing the Web, the browser interprets the HTML command found in a document file, and displays it as a
Applet page
Domain page
Java page
Web page
Which can read data and convert them to a form that a computer can use?
Control
Input device
Logic
Storage
Which device of computer operation dispenses with the use of the keyboard?
Joystick
Light pen
Mouse
Touch
Which is a secondary memory device?
ALU
CPU
Floppy disk
Mouse
Which is the limitation of high level language?
Lower efficiency
Machine dependence
Machine level coding
None of above
Which kind of hardware is used the most in the input phase of a computer based information system?
Hard disk
Keyboard
Monitor
Printer
Which language is directly understood by the computer without translation program?
Assembly language
High level language
Machine language
None of above
Which memory is nonvolatile and may be written only once?
EP-ROM
PROM
RAM
SRAM
Which of the following have the fastest access time?
Compact Disks
Magnetic Disks
Magnetic Tapes
Semiconductor Memories
Which of the following is a secondary memory device?
All of the above
ALU
Disk
Keyboard
Which of the following is called low level languages?
check_box Both of the above
Assembly language
Machine language
None of above
Which of the following is machine independence program?
check_box High level language
Assembly language
Low level language
Machine language
Which of the following is not a primary storage device?
Magnetic disk
Magnetic tape
None of above
Optical disk
Which of the following is not a type of Software:
Application Software
Entertainment Software
System Software
Utility Software
Which of the following is not computer language?
All of the above
High level language
Low level language
Medium level language
Which of the following is not one of the basic elements of an e-mail message?
Footer
Header
Message
Signature
Which of the following is problem oriented language?
Assembly language
High level language
Low level language
Machine language
Which of the following is responsible for coordinating various operations using timing signals?
check_box Control unit
Arithmetic-logic Unit
Input/output unit
Memory unit
Which of the following is used as a primary storage device?
All of these
Floppy disk
Magnetic drum
PROM
Which of the following memories needs refresh?
All of above
DRAM
ROM
SRAM
Which of the following memory is capable of operating at electronics speed?
check_box Semiconductor memory
Magnetic disks
Magnetic drums
Magnetic tapes
Which of the 'following statements is wrong?
An EPROM can be programmed, erased and reprogrammed by the user with an EPROM programming instrument
Magnetic core and semiconductor memories are used as mass memory medium
Magnetic tape is non volatile
RAM is a type of volatile memory
Which statement is valid about interpreter?
check_box It translates one instruction at a time
All of above
Object code is saved for future use
Repeated interpretation is not necessary
Windows NT and UNIX are ......................... for servers.
check_box Two for leading operating systems
Two lead operating systems
Two leading operating systems
Two operating systems leading

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