# Assignment: TB (COMPULSORY) 41 PART – A I. Say whether the following statements are true or false.

1) Definiteness is one of the properties of an algorithm. Ans:- TRUE 2) Graph is a linear data structure. Ans :- FALSE 3) A tree is a connected graph. Ans:- TRUE 4) The data structure used by recursion is stack. Ans :- TRUE 5) Queue works on the strategy “First in First out”. Ans :- TRUE II. Using suitable word or phrase fill up the blanks in the following sentences: 1) _____________is the process of executing a correct program on data sets and measuring the time and space. Ans:- PROFILING 2) Tree is a_____________data structure. Ans:-NON-LINEAR 3) For a graph with „n‟ number of nodes the number of edges to form a tree is _____________ Ans: - n-1 4) “Last in First out” Data structure is referred to as _____________ Ans :- Stacks 5) A binary tree of depth „K‟ has maximum of_____________number of nodes. Ans : - 2k-1nodes,k>= 0 6) A _____________is a graph without self loop and parallel edges. Ans. SIMPLE GRAPH 7) The two methods of searching are_____________and_____________ Ans.:- SEQUENTIAL SEARCH AND BINARY SEARCH

III. Write brief answers to the following questions: 1) Define algorithm. What are its properties? Ans :- An algorithm is a set of instructions that provide step-by-step specifications to perform a task. Ex:Step by step procedure for display 10 natural numbers:1. 2. 3. 4. Set the value of counter to 1 Display counter Increment counter by 1 If counter <= 10, go to step 2

The preceding step -by -step procedure is an algorithm because it produces the correct result in A finite number of steps. The properties of an algorithm are:  Input: Specifies the data set that is applied to the algorithm to check its validity.  Output: Specifies the data set that is produced as a result of the algorithm execution.  Definiteness: Specifies that the instructions described in the algorithm should be well defined and should not create any ambiguity.  Termination: Specifies that the instructions described in the algorithm must contain a proper termination condition.  Effectiveness: Specifies that the algorithm take less time and less memory space during its execution. 2) Give atleast four real life examples where we use stack operations. Ans:- The real life examples of stacks are:

Bangles in a hand: The bangles wore in a hand follow last-in-firstout (LIFO) strategy of stack. The bangle that you wear first is the last one to be taken out while removing all the bangles from the hand. The bangle that is worn last is the first one to be taken out.

Same circumference circular rings in a pole: The rings having same circumference placed into a pole also follow LIFO strategy. The topmost ring, which was the last to be placed in the pole, is the first one to be taken out. The bolts screwed to a single nut: When the bolts are screwed to a single nut, the last screwed bolt is unscrewed first and the bolt that was screwed first is unscrewed in the last. Battery cells in a torch: The battery cells in a torch also follow the same LIFO strategy of stack.

3) Differentiate full and complete binary trees. Ans:- The following table lists the differences between complete binary trees and full binary trees: Complete binary trees Full binary trees

All the nodes at the All levels are maximally previous level are fully accommodated. accommodated before the next level is accommodated. Number of nodes at the last (n) level may or may not equal to 2n. Leaf nodes may or may not be at the same level. A complete binary tree may or may not be full binary tree. Number of nodes at the last (n) level is exactly equal to 2n.

All leaf nodes are at the same level. A full binary tree is always a complete binary tree.

4) What are the demerits of recursion? Ans:- Demerits of recursion are: Many programming languages do not support recursion; hence, recursive mathematical function is implemented using iterative methods. Even though mathematical functions can be easily implemented using recursion, it is always at the cost of execution time and memory space.

The recursive programs take considerably more storage and take more time during processing.

PART - B 1. a) What are the characteristics of an algorithm? Describe with an example. Ans:- There are five Characteristics of every Algorithm: 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) INPUT OUTPUT DEFINITENESS Effectiveness Termination

Therefore, an algorithm can be defined as a sequence of definite and effective instructions, which terminates with the production of correct output from the given input. For EXAMPLE:- try to present the scenario of a man brushing his own teeth as an algorithm as follows :1). Take the brush 2). Apply the paste 3). Start brushing 4). Rinse 5). Wash 6). Stop If one goes through these 6 steps without being aware of the statement of the problem, he could possibly feel that this is the algorithmfor claning a toilet. This is because of several ambiguities while comprehending every step. Step-1 may imply tooth brush,paint brush, toilet brush, etc. uch an algorithm arises from the instruction of the above algorithm step.thus every step has to be made unambiguous.An unambiguous step is called definite instruction. b) Write an algorithm to implement any three operations of a queue. Ans:- Algorithm: Isempty

Input: Q, Queue Output: Boolean Method: If (F==0) Return (yes) Else Return (no) If end Algorithm ends Algorithm: Isfull Input: Q, Queue Output: Boolean Method: If (R==SIZE) Return (yes) Else Return (no) If end Algorithm ends Algorithm: Front Input: Q, Queue Output: element in the front Method: If (Isempty (Q)) Print „no front element‟ Else Return (Q[F]) If end Algorithm ends 2. a) Describe the two methods of representing a graph. Ans :- Two ways of representating Graph DIRECTED GRAPH :- A graph that has an ordered pair of vertices, (x,y). Here , X is the tail and y is the head of the edge. There is a path from vertex X to vertex Y. However , a path from y to x may or may not exist . A path from y to x will be represented by e = (y, x) . Therefore , e = (X , Y) and e = (Y , X) are to seprate edges for a directed graph.

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DIRECTED GRAPH The graph contains five vertices,namely,v1,v2,v3,v4, and v5. The graph contains four directed edges,namely,(v1,v2) , (v2,v3) , (v4,v3) , (v4,v1) , (v4,v5) , and (v5,v1). UNDIRECTED GRAPH :- A graph that has an unordered pair of vertices representing an edge. This means that if e = (v ,w) ,then (v, w) and (w ,v) are considered as the same edge. For EX :v1 V2

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UNDIRECTED GRAPH b) Design an algorithm to generate all prime numbers between 10 and 20. Ans.:- Algorithm: Primality_Testing (Second approach) Input : between 10 & 20 , number flag, test condition Output : flag updated Method flag = 0 for(i=2 to square_root(n) in steps of +1 and flag = 0) if( n % i = 0) // n mod i flag = 1 end_if end-for if(flag = 0) display „Number is prime‟ else display „Number is not prime‟ end_if Algorithm ends 3. a) Trace out the algorithm Max Min on a data set containing atleast 8 elements.

Ans:- Steps to perform MaxMin on a data set (2,4,6,3,8,1,9,7) are: (2,4,6,3) (8,1,9,7) ((2,4)(6,3)) ((8,1)(9,7)) In sublist (4,6), max is 6 and min is 4. In sublist (8,9), max is 9 and min is 8. Comparing max and min values of sublist (2,4) and sublist (6,3), value of max is 6 and min is 2. Therefore, for sublist (2,4,6,3) max is 6 and min is 2. Similarly, comparing max and min values of sublist (8,1) and sublist (9,7), value of max is 9 and min is 1. Therefore, for sublist (8,1,9,7) max is 9 and min is 1. Finally, comparing max and min values of sublist (2,4,6,3) and sublist (8,1,9,7), value of max is 9 and min is 1. b) Design an algorithm to sort the elements using merge sort. Ans:- Algoritm : MERGESOt Input : low,high,the lower and upper limits of the list to be sorted A,the list of elements Output : A, Sorted list Method: If (low < high) Mid (low +high )/2 MERGESORT(low,mid) MERGESORT(mid,high) MERGE(A,low,mid,high) Ifend Algorithm ends 4. What are preorder, Inorder, postorder traversals of a binary tree? Design recursion algorithms to implement them and explain with the help of an example.

Ans:- Traversal is the most important operation done on a binary tree. Traversal is the process of visiting the verticesof the tree in a systematic order. Systematic means that every time the tree is traversed it should yield the same result. PRE-ORDER TRAVERSAL In this traversal , the nodes are visited in the order of root, Left child and then right child ,i.e., 1) Visit the root node first. 2) Go to the first left sub-tree. 3) After the completion of the left sub-tree, Go to the right sub-tree. Here , the lleaf nodes represent the stopping criteria. We go to the sibling sub-tree after the traversal of a sub tree. IN-ORDER Traversal In this traversal , the nodes are visited in the order of the left child,root and then right child.i.e., the left sub-tree is traversed first, then the root is visited and then the right sub-tree is traversed. Here also,the left nodes denotes the stopping criteria. POST-ORDER Traversal In this traversal, the nodes are visited in the order of left child,right child and then root. i.e.,the left sub-tree is traversed first, then the sibling is traversed next.the root is visited last. The recursion algorithm Algorithm: Pre-order Traversal Input: bt, address of the root node Output: Preorder sequence Method: if(bt != NULL) { Display([bt].data) Pre-order Traversal([bt].Lchild) Pre-order Traversal([bt].Rchild) } Algorithm ends. Algorithm: In-order Traversal Input: bt, address of the root node

Output: Inorder sequence Method: if(bt != NULL) { In-order Traversal([bt].Lchild) Display([bt].data) In-order Traversal([bt].Rchild) } Algorithm ends. Algorithm: Post-order Traversal Input: bt, address of the root node Output: Postorder sequence Method: if(bt != NULL) { Post-order Traversal([bt].Lchild) Post-order Traversal([bt].Rchild) Display([bt].data) } Algorithm ends.

5. a) What is binary search? Develop a recursive algorithm for binary search. Ans:- Binary search is necessary to have the vector in an alphabetical or numerically increasing order . Consider an example where we have to search for the name Steve in a tlephone directory that is sorted alphabetically . in this case ,we donot search for the name sequentially .instead, we open the telephone directory at the middle to open the telephone directory at the middle to determeine which half contains the name. Recursive algorithm for binary search Algorithm : Binary search Input: A,vector of n elements K,earch elements Output : low-index of k Method :

Low = l, high = n While(low <= high-1) { Mid = (low + high)2 If(k<a[mid]]) High = mid Else Low = mid If end } While end If (k= A[low]) { Write (“ search successful”) Write( k is at location low) Exit(); } Else Write(search unsuccessful); If end; Algorithm ends;

b) What are the two methods of representing a binary tree? Ans:- The two methods of representing binary tree are:-

 Static allocation and,  Dynamic allocation In static allocation ,we have two ways of representing the binary tree.one is through the use of adjacency matrices and other through the use of single represention dimensional array representation. 6. a) Design an algorithm to check whether a given string is a palindrome or not. Ans :- Algorithm: check whether the string is a palindrome or not Input: string, flag Output: string is a palindrome Method: count = 0 while (the next character ch in the string is not empty) a(count) = ch count = count+1 end while half = count/2palin = true for (i=1 to half in steps of 1 and j=count to half in steps of –1 do) if (a (i)! =a (j)) palin = false break end if if (palin = true) Display 'String is a palindrome' else Display 'String is not a palindrome' end if end for Algorithm ends b) Trace out the algorithm quick sort on the data set {1,5,7,19,15,8,9, 10}. Ans :{(1),5,7,19,15,8,9, 10} {(1),5,7,15,19,8,9, 10} {1,5,7,(15),10,8,9, 19}

{1,5,7,(10),15,8,9, 19} {1,5,7,(10),8,15,9, 19} {1,5,7,8,10,15,9, 19} {1,5,7,8,10,9,15, 19} {1,5,7,8,9,10,15, 19} 7. a) What is validation and testing of algorithms? Ans :- Validating:- Once an algorithm has been devised it become necessary to show that it works it computer the correct to all possible, legal input. One simply way is to code into a program. However converting the algorithm into program is a time consuming process. Hence,it is essential to be reasonably sure about the effectiveness of the algorithm beforeit is coded. This process, at the algorithm level,is called"validation". Several mathematical and other empirical method of validation are available. Providing the validation of an algorithm is a fairly complex process and most often a complete theoritical validation though desirable, mey not be provided. Alternately, algorithm segment,which have been proved elsewhere may be used and the overall working algorithm may be empirically validated for several test cases.And, The process of measuring the effectiveness of an algorithm before it is coded to know the algorithm is correct for every possible input.This process is called validation. Example :This article describes the algorithms for validating bank routing numbers and credit card number using the checksum built into the number. While they differ in how they are generated, the technique used for both is similar. Testing : - The test of an algorithm is that the program based on the algorithm should run satisfactorily. Testing a program really involves two phases a) debugging and b) Profiling. Debugging is the process of executing programs with sample datasets to determine if the results obtained are satisfactory.When unsatisfactory results are generated ,suitable changes are made in the program to get the desired results. On the other hand,profiling or performance measurement is the process of executing a correct program on different data sets to mesure the time and space that it takes to compute the results. b) Explain the terms with examples i) Finite graph

Ans:-A graph with a finite number of vertices as well as finite number of edges is called a finite graph.
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Finite graph ii) Isolated and pendent vertices Ans :- A vertex having no incident edge is called an isolated vertex. Vertex v4 and v7 are isolated vertices(in fig). A vertex of degree one is called a pendent vertex or an end vertex. Vertex v3 is pendent vertex (in fig). V2 V4 V7 V1 V6 Graph ontaining isolated vertices and pendent vertex iii) NULL graph in the definition of a graph G = ( V , E) it is possible for the edge set E to be empty. Such a graph , without any edges, is called a null graph. V2 V4 V7 V1 V6 iv) Path. Ans.:- if a walk has the restriction of no repetition of vertices and no edge is retraced it is called a path. 8. Write short notes on : a) Debugging v5 V3 v5 V3

Ans.- Debugging is the process of executing programs with sample datasets to determine if the results obtained are satisfactory. When unsatisfactory results are generated, suitable changes are made in the program to get the desired results. On the other hand, profiling or performance measurement is the process of executing a correct program on different data sets to measure the time and space that it takes to compute the results. b) The need for recursion Ans.:- The need of recursion is : 1) Mathematical functions such as factorial and fibonaci series generation can be easily implemented using recursion than iteration. 2) in iterative techniques looping of statement is very much necessary.. c) Incidence matrix. Ans.:- The incidence matrix contains only two elements , o and 1. Such a matrix is called a binary matrix or a (0,1) matrix. Since every edge is incident on exactly two vertices, each column of a has exactly two 1.The number of 1‟ in each now equals the degree of the corresponding vertex. A row with all 0‟ , therefore ,represents an isolated vertex. Parallel edges in a graph produce identical columns in its incidence matrix.

Assignment: TB (Compulsory) 42

PART-A 1. How platform independence is achieved in JAVA ? Ans.:- Java is known as platform-neutral language because Java's byte codes are designed to be read, interpreted, and executed in exactly the same manner on any computer hardware or operating system that supports a Java run-time. 2. List any three features of JAVA. Ans.:- The Features of JAVA 1) Simple 2) Object-Oriented 3) Distributed 3. What is Java C, Javadoc and Jdbc? Ans. :- Java C – JavaC is a compiler translates java source code to byte code. Javadoc – Javadoc is used for creates html format documentation from java source file. Jdbc - A programming interface that lets Java applications access a database via the SQL language. Since Java interpreters (Java Virtual Machines) are available for all major client platforms, this allows a platform-independent database application to be

written. 4. List different features of OOP. Ans :- The features of OOP. 1) Objects and classes 2) Abstraction 3) Encapsulation 4) Information hiding 5) Inheritance 6) Polymorphism 5. Name different types of Java tokens. Ans. :- The different types of Java tokens are :1) Reserved Keywords 2) Identifiers 3) Literals 4) Operators 6. What is the task of the main method in Java program ? Ans.:- After we specify the keywords for declaring the main() method, you specify a String array as parameter of the main() method. The String array represents command line arguments. It is compulsory for a user to specify the parameter to the main() method in all Java programs unlike in C and C++. For example, Class class1 { public static void main (String args[]) { System.out.println ("Hello") } } 7. Why can‟t we use a keyword as a variable name ? Ans.:- Keywords are an essential part of a language definition. They implement specific features of the language. Java language has reserved 60 words as keywords. These keywords have specific meaning in Java, so you cannot use them as names for variables. 8. Why main method in Java is declared as static ?

Ans.:- The keyword static helps to specify that the main() method can be called without instantiating an object of a class. This is necessary because the main() method is called by the Java interpreter before any objects are created. public static void main (String args[]) {//code} After specifying the keyword static, you specify the void keyword. This keyword indicates to the compiler that, the main() method does not return a value. 9. Write an equivalence of switch statement and if statement. Ans.:-equivalence of switch statement is if and the equivalence of if statement is if else. 10. Constructor is_____________. Ans.:- used to initialize the objects of the class and has the same name as that of its class.

PART - B 1. a) What is inheritance and how one can achieve code reusability? Explain with an example. Ans.:-Inheritance in object oriented programming means that a class of objects can inherit properties from another class of objects. When Inheritance occurs, one class is then referred to as the „parent class‟ or super class‟ or „base class‟. Inheritance is an important concept since it allows reuse of class definition without requiring major code changes, inheritance can mean just reusing code , or can mean that you have used a whole class of object with all its variables and functions For ex, the bike is a part of the class two wheelers, which is again a part of the vehicle as:
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Attributes: Model: Make Two Wheeler Four Wheeler

Attributes: No. of wheels Bike Attributes: Scooter Attributes: Car Attributes

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b) What is a class? How does it accomplish data hiding? Explain with example. Ans.:- Class is a template that defines a particular type of object. Classes contain all the features of a particular set of objects. We can use the class definition to create objects of that of class type, that is, to create objects that incorporate all the features belonging to that class. Each object of the class will have its own copy of each of the instance variables that appear in the class definition. Each object will have its own values for each instance variable. The name 'instance variable' originates from the fact that an object is an 'instance' or an occurrence of a class and the values stored in the instance variables for the object differentiate the object from others of the same class type. An instance variable is declared within the class definition in the usual way, with a type name and a variable name, and can have an initial value specified. A given class will only have one copy of each of its class variables, and these will be shared between all the objects of the class. The class variables exist even if no objects of the class have been created. They belong to the class, and they can be referenced by any object or class, and not just instances of that class. Ex:- we might define a motorcycle class that describes the features of all motorcycles . the motorcycle class serves as an abstract model for the concept of a motorcycle-to interact with each type of motorcycle,we should have a concrete instance of that motorcycle. 2. a) Compare in terms of their functions and semantics the following pairs of statements: i) do while and while Ans.:- The difference between the do-while statement and the while statement is that in the while statement, the loop body is executed only when the condition stated in the statement is true. In the do-while loop, the loop body is executed at least once, regardless of the condition evaluating to true or false. The while loop is also called the top tested loop whereas the do-while loop is also called the bottom tested loop. ii) while and for

Ans.:- In the for loop, three sections, initialization, test condition and increment/decrement are placed in the same line whereas in the while loop, all three sections are placed in three different places in a program. In the for loop, more than one variable can be initialized, tested and incremented at a time. iii) nested if and switch Ans.:-The difference between nested if and switch statement is if allows complex expressions in the condition while switch wants a constant we can't accidentally forget the break between ifs but you can forget the else (especially during cut'n'paste) switch is usually more compact than lots of nested if else and therefore, more readable If you omit the break between two switch cases, you can fall through to the next case in many C-like languages. With if else you'd need a go to (which is not very nice to your readers ... if the language supports go to at all. iv) break and continue. Ans.:- The continue statement stops the current iteration of a loop and immediately starts the next iteration of the same loop. When the current iteration of a loop stops, the statements after the continue statement in the loop are not executed. The break statement immediately terminates the loop, bypassing the conditional expression and any remaining code in the body of the loop. When a break statement is encountered inside the loop, the loop is terminated and program control resumes the next statement following the loop. b) Write a program to find sum of the following harmonic series for a given value of n 1+ 1/2 + 1/3 + . . . .+ 1/n. Ans.:- public class Series { double total; public void calculate(int n) { for(double ctr=1;ctr<=n;ctr++)

{ total=total+1/ctr; } System.out.println("Sum of harmonic series: "+total); } public static void main(String a[]) { Series object=new Series(); int num=Integer.parseInt(a[0]); object.calculate(num); } } 3. a) Explain different data types in Java with example. Ans.:- DATA TYPES IN JAVA byte: It is the smallest integer type. This is a signed 8-bit type and has a range from -128 to 127. For example, the following declaration declares two variables B and C of type byte. byte b,c; b =2; c = -114; short: It is a signed 16-bit type and has a range from -32,768 to 32,767. For example, the following declaration declares variable K of type short. short k; k = 2; int: It is a signed 32-bit type and has a range from -2,147,483,648 to 2,147,483,647. For example, int x = 10; int j = 98; long: This is signed 64-bit type and has a range from -263 to 263 -1. For example, long ds = 1000; long se; se =ds * 24 * 60 * 60; double: It uses 64 bits to store a value. For example, double P, R; P = 10.8;

R =3.14215; float: It uses 32 bits to store a value. For example, float x; x = -1111; int : It uses 32 bits to store a value. For example, Int score; Score=90; char: this data type is used to store characters. It is 16-bit type and has a range from 0 to 65,536. For example, char c1,c2; c1 =84; c2 ='g'; boolean: it can have only one of two possible values, true or false. For example, boolean flag; flag= false; b) Describe the structure of a typical Java program. Ans. :- :- A Java program may contain many classes of which only one class defines a main method. Classes contain data members and methods. Methods of a class operate on the data members of the class. Methods may contain data type declarations and executable statements. To write a Java program, we first define classes and then put them together. A Java program may contain one or more sections as shown in the following figure: Documentation Section Package Statement Import Statements Interface Statements Class Definitions Main Method class { Main Method Definition } Suggested Optional Optional Optional Essential

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General Structure Of a Java program Documentation Section The documentation section comprises a set of comment lines giving the name of the program, the author and other details. Java also uses the comment /**...*/ known as documentation comment. Package Statement The first statement allowed in a Java file is a package statement. This statement declares a package name and informs the compiler that the classes defined here belong to this package. Example: package student; Import Statement The next thing after a package statement (but before any class definitions) may be a number of import statements. This is similar to the #include statement in C++. Example: import student.test; This statement instructs the interpreter to load the test class contained in the package student. Interface Statements An interface is like a class but includes a group of method declarations. This is also an optional section and is used only when we wish to implement the multiple inheritance feature in the program. Class Definitions A Java program may contain multiple class definitions. Classes are the primary and essential elements of a Java program. 4. a) What is JVM ? How does it help to achieve platform independence? If JVM is available for windows then can we run program written on Unix platform ? Comment. Ans.:-Java compiler produces an intermediate code known as byte code for a machine that does not exist . this machine is called JAVA VIRTUAL MACHINE (JVM). . Java is known as platform-neutral language because Java's byte codes are designed to be read, interpreted, and executed in exactly the same manner on any computer hardware or operating system that supports a Java run-time.

Yes. One of the fundamental principles of Java is "write once, run anywhere." This means that Java source code can run on any platform for which a JVM exists, regardless of where the original code was developed

b) How are data and method organized in an object oriented program ? Illustrate the same for car object. Ans.:- In an object-oriented program, a set of variables and functions used to describe an object constitutes a "class". A class defines the structure and behavior (data and method) that will be shared by a set of objects. Each object of a given class contains the structure and behavior defined by the class, as if it were stamped out of a mould in the shape of a class. A class is a logical construct. An object has physical reality. When we create a class, you will specify the code and data that will constitute that class. Collectively, these elements are called the members of the class. Specifically, the data defined by the class are referred to as member variables or instance variables. The code that operates on that data is referred to as member methods or just methods, which define the use of the member variables. 5. a) Distinguish between the following terms: i) Dynamic binding and message passing. Ans.:- Dynamic binding in java is the mechanism by which compiler cannot determine which method implementation to use in advance. Based on the class of the object, the runtime system selects the appropriate method at runtime. Dynamic binding is also needed when the compiler determines that there is more than one possible method that can be executed by a particular call. Java's program units, classes, are loaded dynamically (when needed) by the Java run-time system. Loaded classes are then dynamically linked with existing classes to form an integrated unit. The lengthy link-and-load step required by third-generation programming languages is eliminated. Message Passing: In an object based world the only way for anything to happen is by objects communicating with each other and acting on the results. This communication is called message passing and involves one object sending a message to another and (possibly) receiving a result. ii) Inheritance and polymorphism. Ans.:- Inheritance in object-oriented programming means that a class of objects can inherit properties from another class of objects. When inheritance occurs, one class is then referred as the 'parent class' or 'super class' or 'base class'. In turn, these serve as a pattern for a 'derived class' or 'subclass'.

Inheritance is an important concept since it allows reuse of class definition without requiring major code changes. Inheritance can mean just reusing code, or can mean that you have used a whole class of object with all its variables and functions. Polymorphism: It is a key concept in object-oriented programming. Poly means many, morph means change (or 'form'). Polymorphism is simply a name given to an action that is performed by similar objects. Polymorphism allows a common data-gathering message to be sent to each class and allows each subclass object to respond to a message format in an appropriate manner to its own properties. Polymorphism encourages something we call 'extendibility'. In other words, an object or a class can have its uses extended. b) What are the difference between C and Java ?How Java and C++ are similar? Ans.:6. a) Define programming. What are the types of programming? Explain. Ans.:- Programming:- a programming is a specific set of ordered operations for a computer to perform . UNSTRUCTURED PROGRAMMING In an unstructured programming the main program directly operates on global data. PROCEDURAL PROGRAMMING With procedural programming we are able to combine returning sequence of statements into one single place . a procedure call is used to invoke the procedure. MODULAR PROGRAMMING With modular programming procedures of a common functionality are grouped together into separate modules. A program therefore no longer consists of only one single part. OBJECT-ORIENTED PROGRAMMING In object oriented programming, a complex system is decomposed in accordance to the key abstractions of the problem. It is a method of implementation in which programs are organized as co-operative collection of objects, each of which representation an instance of some class and whose classes all members of a hierarchy of classes united in inheritance relationships. b) Explain bitwise operators in Java with example. Ans.:- BITWISE OPERATORS SHIFT AND LOGICAL OPERATORS A shift operator allows you to perform bit manipulation on data. OPERATOR USE OPERATION >> Op1 >> op2 Shift bits of op1 right by distance op2 << Op1 << op2 Shift bits of op1 left by distance op2 >>> Op1>>> op2 Shift bits of op1 right by distance op2 Each shift operator shifts the bits of the left-hand operand over by the number of positions indicated by the right- hand operand. Ex. – 13 >> 1

The binary representation of the number 13 is 1101. The result of the shift operations is 1101 shifted to the right by one position -1106 or 6 in decimal. The java programming language also provides these four operators that perform logical functions on their operands :OPERATOR USE OPERATION & Op1 & op2 Bitwise and | Op1 | op2 Bitwise or ^ Op1 ^ op2 Bitwise x or ~ Op1 ~ op2 Bitwise complement The & operation performs the logical “and” function on each parallel pair of bits in each operand . the “and” function sets the resulting bit of 1 if both operands are 1 . Op1 Op2 RESULT 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 1 Suppose we were to “and” the values 12 and 13 12 & 13 The result of this operation is 12. Because the binary representation of 13 is 1101. The “and” function sets the resulting bit to 1 if both to 1 if both operand bits are 1, otherwise, the resulting bit is 0. 7. a) List and explain different types of loops in Java. Ans. :- Loops in java  While loop  Do loop  For loop , continue and break statement THE WHILE LOOP The while statement contains a condition and a loop body. the condition is enclosed within parentheses.
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All the variables used in the condition of the while statement must be initialized before the while loop. The values of the variables used in the condition must be changed in the True loop body. Otherwise, the condition may always remain true and the loop may never }; terminate.

Ex.Class numbers { Public state void main(String args[]) { Int n = 0 ; Int num = 5; While (n <= num) { System.out.println(n); N++ } } } DO STATEMENT Similar to the while statement, the do-while statement is a lopp statement provided by java. The statement helps to perform certain repetitive actions depending on a condition. The major difference between the do-while statement and the while statement is that in the while statement, the loop body is executed only when the condition stated in the statement is true. We can use the do-while loop in situations where an action must be performed at least once without evaluating the condition.
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Int n=0; Int num = 5; Do { System.out.println(n); N++; } While(n<=5); } } FOR STATEMENTS To manage iterative actions, java provides the for statement as an efficient alternative to the while statement. The statement creates to loop in which a set of statements is repeatedly executed until the specified condition becomes false. The syntax of the for statement is For(initialization expression; test condition; update expressions) { Statement1; Statement2; } The for statement starts with the for keyword. b) What is polymorphism? Explain method overriding with example and prove that it is a polymorphism. Ans.:- :- Polymorphism (from the Greek, meaning "many forms") is a feature that allows one interface to be used for a general class of actions. The specific action is determined by the exact nature of the situation. Ex.- a stack (which is a last-in, first-out list). You might have a program that requires three types of stacks. One stack is used for integer values, one for floating-point values, and one for characters. METHOD OVERRIDING In the class hierarchy, when a method in a subclass has the same name and type signature as method in the superclass, then the method in the subclass is said to override the method in superclass. class Book { //super class defined String name = “JAVA PROGRAMMING” ; int id = “34567”; void show ( ) { System.out.println( “Book name is “ +name); System.out.println( “Book id is “ +id); } }

Save this file as book.java and compile. This is our Base Class class Book1 extends Book { // This is the subclass String author = “micheal janson”; void show ( ) { System.out.println( “Book name is “ +name); System.out.println( “Book id is “ +id); System.out.println( “The author name is “ +author); } public static void main(String args[ ] ) { Book1 x = new Book1( ); x.show(); } } 8. a) What is a parameterized constructor? Explain its usage with an example. Ans:- A parameterized constructor in java is just a constructor which take some kind of parameter (variable) when is invoked. For example. class MyClass { //this is a normal constructor public MyClass(){ //do something } //this is a parameterized constructor public MyClass(int var){ //do something } //this is another parameterized constructor public MyClass(String var, Integer var2){ //do something } } b) Explain the methods (i) Trim Ans. :- The trim method returns a copy of the invoking string from which any leading and trailing white space has been removed. It has the general form String trim ( ); class altStr{

public static void main (String args[ ]) { String str = "Hello"; String str2 = "Java"; str = str.toUpperCase(); str2 = str2.toLowerCase(); System.out.println (str); // HELLO System.out.println (str2);// java str = str.concat(str2); // str now equals "HELLO java" System.out.println (str); str = str.trim(); // str now equals "HELLOjava" System.out.println (str); str = str.substring (5,str.length()); // str = "java" System.out.println (str); str = str.replace ('a', 'i'); // str = "jivi" System.out.println (str); } } ii) substring The subString method is used to create new instances of the class String from existing instances. The new string is specified by giving the required index range within the existing string. String substring(int startIndex) This returns the sub string that starts at startIndex and runs to the end of the invoking string. String substring(int start Index, int endIndex) This returns the substring that starts at startindex and runs through endIndex-1; iii) length The length of a string is the number of characters that it contains. To obtain this value call a length method. int length(); class strCmp { public static void main (String args[ ]) { String str = "Hello"; String str2 = "Java"; System.out.println (str.equals(str2)); // false System.out.println (str.compareTo(str2)); // a negative number, i.e. str is less than str2 System.out.println (str.charAt(0)); // H, i.e. char is position 0 System.out.println (str.length() + str2.length()); // 5 + 4 = 9 } }

. Assignment: TB (Compulsory) 43 PART - A 1. What are the different standard given by POSIX ? What is POSIX ? Ans. :- The different standard given by POSIX are:    o   

POSIX.1 POSIX.1B POSIX.1C POSIX.2 POSIX:2001 POSIX:2004 POSIX:2008

POSIX is the Portable Operating System Interface, the open oper ating interface standard accepted world-wide. It is produced by IEEE and recognized by ISO and ANSI. 2. On which variable terminal setting is done ? Name any three terminal setting keys. Ans.:- Using STTY Three terminal setting key quit, kill, erase, ... The environment variable TERM is used to identify the type of terminal (or terminal emulator) to the curses library and programs that use the curses library to display text. It is also associated with the TERMINFO and (in archaic systems) TERMCAP environment variables 3. Explain key features of UNIX. Ans. :- The UNIX system is supported by the file and the process. Directories and devices are treated as files and there are many text manipulation tools to edit these files. When a file is executed as a program, it is called a process. There are tools to control processes like sending a processes into background or even terminating it. Unix is a multitasking operating system, which allows the computer to run several programs at the same time. By going quickly from one task to another and performing a little bit of each task every time, the operating system gives an impression of doing many things at the same time. Unix uses this technique of time-sharing. Unix is also able to

interact with more than one user at a time. This feature of Unix makes it a multitasking system. 4. What is script command, with command explain how to create script file of a session? 5. What happens if a directory permission charged? Ans.- Every time a file or a directory is created, default permissions are established for it. These default permissions are initially assigned either by the operating system or the program being run. Setting default permissions saves us the trouble of specifying permission codes explicitly every time a file or directory is created. The operating system assigns the default permission values of 777 for executable files and 666 for all other files. To put further restrictions on the permissions assigned by a program when it creates a file or directory, a user mask is specified with the umask command. The user mask is a numeric value that determines the access permissions when a file or directory is created. Consequently, when a file or directory is created, its permissions are set to the permissions specified by the creating program minus the permission values denied by the umask value. Example The command umask without arguments gives the octal value of the user mask. \$ umask 022 6. How do you yank and paste lines? Ans. :- The command 'Y' or 'yy' copies (yanks) one or more lines. To copy one line, two lines, 10 lines, and all lines to the end of the file, respectively: Y 2Y 10Y yG To paste the text contained in the buffer above (uppercase P) or below the current cursor position (lowercase p), respectively:

P p It is also possible to yank text within a line. The following commands yank text from the current cursor position to the end of the word and the end of the line, respectively: yw y\$ The same commands paste the text within a line. Lower case p pastes after the cursor position and upper case P pastes before. Paste will also work with deleted text, either lines or parts of lines. Be careful not to execute any other commands prior to pasting as this will empty the buffer. 7. List out the different attributes of a file. Ans.:- Listing File Attribute:-rw-r----1 sibnas sibgrp -rw-r----1 sibnas sibgrp -rw-r----1 sibnas sibgrp -rw-r----- 1 sibnas sibgrp -rw-r--r--r- 1 sibnas sibgrp -rw-r--r--r- 1 sibnas sibgrp -rw-r--r--r- 1 sibnas sibgrp

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8. What are the different ways of coming out of vi after saving the file? Ans.:- There are three different ways to quit vi after saving the file: a. :wq b. :x c. ZZ

9. Write general syntax of CASE statements. Ans. :- The case statement compares word with pattern; if they match ,the shell runs the command on the first line. Otherwise the shell checks the remaining patterns ,one by one ,until it finds one that matches the word; it then runs the command on that online. Syntax for case statement:#!/bin/sh Set „date‟ Case \$1 in Fri) echo “thank goodness it‟s Friday!”;; Sat | Sun) echo “you should not work on week-ends”; Echo “log off and go home!”;; *) echo “it is not yet the weekend.”; Echo “get to work! “;; esac 10. What is a process ? Name two important attributes of a process. Ans :- Process is born when a program starts execution and exists as long as the program is running. After execution the process is usually the name of the program being executed. The two important attribute of a process are:1) The process-id(PID).Each process is identified by a unique number called the process-id which is allotted by the kernel when the process is born. 2) The parent PID(PPID) the PID of the parent is also a process attribute. When many processes have the same PPID it is easier to kill the parent process rather than the children separately. PART - B 1. a) Explain layered architecture of unix operating system. With a suitable command explain the interaction between Shell and Kernel. Ans.:-Unix, like other operating systems, is a layer between the hardware and the applications that run on the computer. it has functions that manage the hardware functions that manage executing applications. So what‟s h difference between UNIX and any other operating system? Basically two things: internal implementation and the interface that is seen and used by users. The part of UNIX that manages the hardware and the executing processes is called the kernel. The kernel is collection of programs written in c which directly communicate with the hardware . Application programs communicate with the hardware by using the services of Kernel. Along with the memory management, the kernel also schedules processes and decides their priorities. In the Unix system , each hardware device is viewed as a file and is called a device file .this allows the same simple method of reading and writing files to be used to access each hardware device. The user commands are translated in to action by the shell which acts as interpreter. The shell forms the outer part of the operating systems and forms the interface between the user and kernel. for each user logged in, there is shell in action. When a command is

given by the user, it is examined by the shell and communicated to the kernel for execution. Application portability is the ability of a single application to be executed on various types of computer hardware without being modified. This can be achieved if the application uses the UNIX interface to manage its hardware needs. b) Explain uname command with different options. Ans.:- uname – displays the name of the operating system Syntax uname [options] Examples: Displays all the information \$uname –a SCO_SV sco5 3.2 5.0.5 i386 Displays the machine‟s node name in the communication network. \$uname-n Sco-5 Displays the operating system release. \$uname-r 3.2 Displays the name of the operating system \$uname –s SCO_SV Displays the operating system version \$uname –v 5.0.5 Displays the information about system name, node name, operating system release number, kernel ID, processor type, serial number, number of users license, OEM number, origin number and number of CPUs. 2. a) Explain the advantages of ispell, list out the basic commands used in ispell. Ans.:b) Explain unix file system and give the difference between relative and absolute pathname. Ans.:-Unix file system can be defined as belonging to one of four possible types:Ordinary files: ordinary files can contain text, data, or program information. An ordinary file cannot contain another file, or directory. An ordinary file can be a text file or binary file. Most of the UNIX command are binary files.

Directory files :- Directories are containers that can hold files, and other directories. A directory is actually implemented as a file that has one line for each item contained within the directory. Each line in a directory file contains only the name of the item, and a numerical reference to the location of the item. Special files :- Special files represent i/o devices like, a tty, a disk drive, or a printer. Because UNIX treats such devices as files. Some of the commands used to access ordinary files will also work with devices files. This allows more efficient use of software. Links:- A link is a pointer to another file. Since a directory is alist of the names and inumbers of files, directory entry can be a hard link. In which the i-number points directly to another file. A hard link to a file cannot be distinguished from the file itself. Difference between ABSOULATE AND RELATIVE PATHNAMES ABSOULATE PATHNAMES An Absoulate pathname specifies the location of a file . An Absoulate pathname starts at the / root directory. An Absoulate pathname uses a slash (/) between each directory name in the path to indicate different directories. RELATIVE PATHNAMES Relative pathname specifies a file in relation to the current directory. A Relative pathname starts from the current directory. In a Relative pathname, a single dot (.) represents the current working directory and two dots (..) represent the parent of the current working directory.

3. a) Explain how to split file into multiple files. Give suitable example. Ans. :- we used “split” command to split file into multiple files. split – split large files into “smaller files” syntax – split[options] filename prefix where file name is the name of the large file to be split ,prefix is the name to be given the small output files and options can either be excluded or can be one of the or can be one of the following:-l = linenumber -b = bytes If –l option is used, linenumber will be the number of the lines to be put in each of the smaller files (the default is 1000). If the –b option is used ,bytes will be the number of bytes to be put in each of the smaller files. The split command will give each output file created the name prefix with an extension attached to the end to indicate its order EXAMPLE : Assuming that file.txt is 3000 lines long , it will output three files, xaa, xab, and xac, and each one will be 1000 lines long. \$ splitfile.txt

4. a) What is a process? Explain the mechanism of creation in unix. Ans :A process is a collection of interrelated work tasks initiated in response to an event that achieves a specific result for the customer of the process. Adding more specific detail to that general definition:

that achieves a specific result:

must deliver a specific result this result must be individually identifiable and countable a good process name clearly indicates the result or end state of the process for the customer of the process:

a customer receives the result or is the beneficiary of it the customer can be a person or an organization customer can be identified and can pass judgment on the result and process customer point of view helps identify and name the process accurately initiated in response to a specific event:

the process must be initiated in response to a specific event multiple events can initiate a process having an event AND a result allows the tracing of the sequence of tasks that turns the event into the result work tasks:

a collection of actions, activities, steps or tasks make up a business process a step in the initial workflow will probably be divided into more detailed steps later a collection of interrelated:

the process steps must relate to each other interrelationship is through sequence and flow...the completion of one step leads to (flows into) the initiation of the next step also interrelated by dealing with the same work item steps related by being traceable back to the same initiation event b) List out the navigation keys for the cursor movement. Ans. :- in the command mode ,navigation keys for the movement of the cursor by characters, words and lines are as follows: Keys H Movement of cursor Cursor moves left

J Cursor moves down K Cursor moves up L Cursor moves right W Word forward B Word backward E End of word ^ First character \$ End of line 0 Beginning of line The screen display can be controlled by scrolling the display forward and backward using the following keys:Keys [ctrl-f] [ctrl-h] [ctrl-d] [ctrl-u] Screen display Scroll display forward scroll display backward Scroll half-screen forward Scroll half-screen backward

5. a) Explain grep command with at least 5 examples with different options. Ans.- 1) A simple Linux grep example - searching for a text string in one file This first grep command example searches for all occurrences of the text string 'fred' within the "/etc/passwd" file. It will find and print (on the screen) all of the lines in this file that contain the text string fred, including lines that contain usernames like "fred" and also "alfred". grep 'fred' /etc/passwd In a simple grep example like this, the quotes around the string fred aren't necessary, but they are needed if you're searching for a string that contains spaces, and may be needed when you get into using regular expressions (search patterns). 2) Linux grep command - searching for a string in multiple files Our next grep command example searches for all occurrences of the text string joe within all files of the current directory: grep 'joe' * The '*' wildcard matches all files in the current directory, and the grep output from this command will show both (a) the matching filename and (b) all lines in all files that contain the string 'joe'.

As another example, you can also use grep to search all files in the current directory that end in the file extension ".txt", as shown here: grep 'joe' *.txt 3) Case-insensitive file searching with the Unix grep command To perform a case-insensitive search with the grep command, just add the -i option, like this: grep -i score gettysburg-address.txt This grep search example matches the string "score", whether it is uppercase, lowercase, or any mix of the two. 4) Reversing the meaning of a grep search You can reverse the meaning of a Linux grep search with the -v option. For instance, to show all the lines of my /etc/passwd file that don't contain the string fred, I'd issue this grep command: grep -v fred /etc/passwd 5) Using grep in a Unix/Linux command pipeline The grep command is often used in a Unix/Linux pipeline. For instance, to show all the Apache httpd processes running on my Linux system, I can use the grep command in a pipeline with the 'ps' command: ps auxwww | grep httpd b) Explain Uniq command. Ans.- The default output is to display lines that only appear once and one copy of lines that appear more than once. It is also useful to filter out multiple blank lines from unsorted output of other commands. For example, the dircmp command displays its output using pr; thus the output usually scrolls off your screen before you can read it. But if you pipe the output of the dircmp command through the uniq command, the blank lines are reduced and the output is more compact.
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-u Print only lines which are not repeated (unique) in the original file -d Don't output lines that are not repeated in the input.

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-c Generate an output report in default style except that each line is preceded by a count of the number of times it occurred. If this option is specified, the -u and -d options are ignored if either or both are also present. -i Ignore case differences when comparing lines -f Ignore a number of fields in a line -s Skips a number of characters in a line -w Specifies the number of characters to compare in lines, after any characters and fields have been skipped --help Displays a help message --version Displays version number on stdout and exits.

6. a) Explain the mechanism of executing job periodically using cron. Ans. A task can be automatically run in the background at regular intervals by a Unix utility called cron. The cron daemon takes care of running these background jobs, which are called cron jobs. crontab or the crontable is a file which contains the schedule of cron entries to be run and at specified times. cron checks the crontable at regular tables to see if there are any jobs scheduled. A user can execute crontab if the user‟s name appears in the file /usr/lib/cron/cron.allow. If the cron.allow does not exist, the cron.deny file in /usr/lib/cron is checked. If the user‟s name is not in this file the user is allowed to use crontab. If only cron.deny exists and is empty, all users can use crontab. If neither file exists, only the root user can use crontab. The allow and deny files contain one user name per line. b) Write a shell script to add two numbers by using Expr utility. Ans.:- To use it in a shell script, you simply surround the expression with backquotes. For example, let‟s write a simple script called add that adds two numbers typed as arguments: # /bin/sh # Shell Script to Add two numbers sum=„expr \$1 + \$2„ echo \$sum Here we defined a variable sum to hold the result of the operation. (Note the spaces around the plus sign, but not around the equals sign). To run this script, we might type the following line: (assume the script add is executable) \$ add 4 3 The first argument (4) is stored in \$1, and the second (3) is stored in \$2. The expr utility then adds these quantities and stores the result in sum. Finally, the contents of sum are echoed on the screen: 7

\$ The expr command only works on integers (i.e., whole numbers). It can perform addition (+), subtraction (-), multiplication (*), integer division (/), and integer remainder (%). 7. a) What are positional parameters? Explain the command used to set the positional parameters. Ans. – These are used by the shell to store the values of command-line arguments. The command which used to set the positional parameter #!/bin/sh # Demonstrate the set command set „date„ echo “Time: \$4 \$5” echo “Day: \$1” echo “Date: \$3 \$2 \$6” Assuming that setdate has been made executable with the chmod command, we can run the script by typing the command \$ setdate The output will look something like this: Time:10:56:08 EST Day: Fri Date: 20 Aug 2004 What happened? Consider the command line set „date„ The backquotes run the date command, which produces output something like this: Fri Aug 20 10:56:08 EST 2004 This does not appear on the screen. Instead, the set command catches the output and stores it in the positional parameters \$1 through \$6: \$1 contains Fri \$2 Contains Aug \$3 contains 20 \$4 contains 10:56:08 \$5 contains EST \$6 contains 2004 b) Explain Head Command with example. Ans :- The head command, as the name implies, displays the top of the file. When used without an option, it displays the first ten lines of the file. You can use the –n option to display the first „n‟ number of lines.

\$ head emp.lst Shows first ten lines of the emp.lst file The head command, as the name implies, displays the top of the file. When used without an option, it displays the first ten lines of the file. You can use the –n option to display the first „n‟ number of lines. \$ head emp.lst Shows first ten lines of the emp.lst file 1001|T.N.Raju |Professor |Information Science|14/06/61|30000 1004|D.S.Raghu |Lecturer |Information Science|05/12/75|17000 1005|S.K.Anantha |Asst.Prof. |Information Science|20/07/63|24000 1009|M.P.Rajendra |Sr.Lecturer |Computer Science |13/03/66|20000 1002|Mallu |Lecturer |Information Science|20/07/74|15000

7. a) What are positional parameters? Explain the command used to set the positional parameters. Positional paremeters:-These are used by the shell to store the values of command-line arguments. The command which are used to set the positional parameter #!/bin/sh # Demonstrate the set command set „date„ echo “Time: \$4 \$5” echo “Day: \$1” echo “Date: \$3 \$2 \$6” Assuming that setdate has been made executable with the chmod command, we can run the script by typing the command \$ setdate The output will look something like this: Time:10:56:08 EST Day: Fri Date: 20 Aug 2004 What happened? Consider the command line

set „date„ The backquotes run the date command, which produces output something like this: Fri Aug 20 10:56:08 EST 2004 This does not appear on the screen. Instead, the set command catches the output and stores it in the positional parameters \$1 through \$6: \$1 contains Fri \$2 Contains Aug \$3 contains 20 \$4 contains 10:56:08 \$5 contains EST b) Explain Head Command with example. “head command ” displays the top of the file. Example:\$ head emp.1st It displays the first ten lines of the file. We can use –n option with the head command to display the first „n‟ number of lines. \$ head – n 3 emp.1st This displays the first 3 lines of the file.

8. Explain the options and associated actions for ls command. Ans :- The Is command shows the contents of a directory , and a view of basic information (like size ,ownership, and access permission) about files and directories. The options and associated actions for Is command are: OPTION -1 -a -A -d ACTION One file name in each line All files including those beginning with a dot(.), current directory (.) and directory above (..) All files including those beginning with a dot(.).does not list current directory(.) and directory above. If an argument is a directory ,lists only its name (not its contents)

-F -I -l -p -r -R -t -u

Marks directories with a /,executables with a * and symbolic links with a @ Shows the inode number Lists in long format , giving mode, number of links, owner, group, size in bytes, the time that each file was last modified. Puts a slash (/) after each directory. Sorts the filenames in the reverse order Recursive list Sorts by time modified (latest first) Sorts by last access time

Assignment: TB (Compulsory) 44 PART – A I. Fill up the blanks using suitable word or phrase in the following sentences: 1) Software is a set of_____________that when executed provide desired function and performance. Ans. INSTRUCTIONS OR COMPUTER PROGRAMS 2) Software is a process and _____________. Ans.:- PRODUCT 3) The_____________method is also known as the iterative enhancement model. Ans. INCREMENTAL MODEL 4) An external entity is represented using _____________ in a DFD. Ans. EXTERNAL DESIGN INTERFACE 5) The software requirements deal with the_____________of the proposed system. Ans.- REQUIREMENTS 6) The weakest coupling that is most desirable is _____________. Ans.- DATA COUPLING 7) The three important levels of abstraction are _____________,_____________, and_____________. Ans. PHYSICAL LEVEL, LOGICAL LEVEL ,VIEW LEVEL 8) P.D.L. stands for_____________. Ans. PROGRAM DESIGN LANGUAGE

9) _____________helps to view the source code. Ans. BROWSING TOOLS 10) _____________tools help in code creation, debugging and testing. Ans.- EXECUTABLE CODE 11) The two kinds of program documentation are _____________and_____________ Ans. – INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL 12) Estimation makes use of an important approach_____________. Ans.- DECOMPOSITION 13) PERT stands for_____________. Ans. :- PROGRAM EVALUATION AND REVIEW TECHNIQUE II. Write brief answers to the following questions: 1) Define the terms risk mitigation, risk monitoring. Ans.:- Risk mitigation refers to avoiding risks by developing a strategy for reducing the turn over thereby adopting a proactive approach to risks. Risk monitoring refers to monitoring the facts that may provide an indication of whether the risk is becoming more or less likely. 2) Name the important approaches used in program debugging. Ans.:- There are three debugging approaches commonly used - It occurs as a consequence of successful testing. - When a test can uncovers an error, then debugging, a process that results in the removal of errors occur. - Debugging process begins with the execution of test cases. 3) What are specification languages? Give an example. Ans.:- specification languages posses many desired qualities of an SRS. Unlike formal languages of SRS must be exact, without ambiguity, and precise because the design specification, statement of work, and other project documents are what drive the development of the final product. Example :-Structured English, Regular Expression. PART - B 1. a) What is software? List out the important characteristics of software. Ans.:- Software is a set of instructions of computer programs that when executed provide desired function and performance. It is both a process and a product. To gain an understanding of software, it is important to examine the characteristics of software, which differ considerably from those of hardware. Software Characteristic 1). Software is developed or engineered, it is not manufactured.

Unlike hardware, software is logical rather than physical. It has to be designed well before producing it. In spite of availability of many automated software development tools, it is the skill of the individual, creativity of the developers and proper management by the project manager that counts for a good software product. 2). Software does not “wear out”. The hardware components start deteriorating – they are subjected to environmental maladies such as dust, vibration, temperature etc. and at some point of time they tend to breakdown. The defected components can then be traced and replaced. 3) Most software is custom-built, rather than being assembled from existing components Most of the engineered products are first designed before they are manufactured. Designing includes identifying various components for the product before they are actually assembled. Here several people can work independently on these components thus making the manufacturing system highly flexible. in software , breaking a program into modules is a difficult task, since each module is highly interlinked with other modules. b) Explain the waterfall model of software process. What are its limitations? Ans.:-It is the simplest and the widely used process model for software development. Here the phases involved in the software development are organized in a linear order. In a typical waterfall model, a project begins with the feasibility analysis. on successfully demonstrating the feasibility of a project, the requirements analysis and project planning begins. The design starts after completing the requirements analysis and coding starts after completing the design phase. The limitations of waterfall model are: nThe model states that the entire set of requirements should be frozen before development begins. This is possible for small projects, but is difficult for large projects where the exact requirements may not be known in advance. nThe waterfall model requires formal documents after each phase. This is not possible in GUI-based applications where the documentation will be very extensive. nThe customer sees the software only at the end of the development phase. As a result, the customer cannot suggest any changes until the product is delivered.

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2. a) Describe the three generic views of software engineering. Ans.:- The software engineering as such can be categorized in to three generic phases, regardless of application area, project size or complexity. The three generic phases of software engineering are : The definition phase  The development phase

 The maintenance phase The definition phase developer attempts to identify what information is to be processed, what function and performance are desired, what system behavior can be expected, what interfaces are to be established, what design constraints exists, and what validation criteria are required to define a successful system. The development phase attempts to define how data are to be structured, how function is to be implemented as a software architecture, how produces are to be implemented, how design will be translated, into a programming language, how testing will be performed. The maintenance phase focus on change that is associated with the software. Correction:- it is likely that are customers will find errors or defects in the software in spite of quality assurance activities. Adaptations – As time progress, it is likely that the original environment for which the software was developed is likely to change. Enhancement – as software is used, the customer will recognize the need for additional functional requirements that will benefit him. Prevention – computer software deteriorates due to change. so, preventive maintenance, often called software reengineering must be conducted in order to make changes to the computer software more easily. b) List out the important characteristics of good SRS. Ans.:- A good SRS should be: nComplete nConsistent nAccurate nModifiable nRanked nTestable nTraceable nUnambiguous nValid 3. a) Give the outline structure of SRS. Ans.:- The outline of SRS structure is: Introduction 1.1 Purpose 1.2 Document conventions 1.3 Intended audience 1.4 Additional information
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1.5 Contact information/SRS team members 1.6 References Overall Description 2.1 Product perspective 2.2 Product functions 2.3 User classes and characteristics 2.4 Operating environment 2.5 User environment 2.6 Design/implementation constraints 2.7 Assumptions and dependencies External Interface Requirements 3.1 User interfaces 3.2 Hardware interfaces 3.3 Software interfaces 3.4 Communication protocols and interfaces System Features 4.1 System feature A 4.1.1 Description and priority 4.1.2 Action/result 4.1.3 Functional requirements 4.2 System feature B Other Nonfunctional Requirements 5.1 Performance requirements 5.2 Safety requirements 5.3 Security requirements 5.4 Software quality attributes 5.5 Project documentation

5.6 User documentation b) Why is design an important phase in software development life cycle? Describe design process. Ans.:- Design is an important phase in the software development life cycle because it bridges the requirements specification and the final solution for satisfying the requirements. The software design is an activity which is after the requirements analysis activity. This phase begins when the requirements document for the system to developed is available. Design is an important phase in the software development life cycle, it bridges the requirements specification and the final solution for satisfying the requirements. The design process for the software has two levels:1. System design or top-level design 2. Detailed design or logic design System design Using this, the modules that are needed for the system are decided, the specifications of these modules and how these modules need to be connected are also decided. Detailed design Using this, the internal design of the modules are decided or how the specifications of the modules can be satisfied are decided. This type of design essentially expands the system design to contain more detailed description of the processing logic and data structures so that the designs is sufficiently complete for coding. 4. Outline programming guidelines with regard to; i) Control structures ii) Algorithms iii) Data structures and iv) General guidelines i) Control Structures :- Many of the control structures for a program component are given by the architecture and design of a system. And the given design is translated in to code. In case of some architecture, such as implicit invocation and object-oriented design, control is based on the system states and changes in variables. ii) Algorithms:- The program design often specifies a class of algorithms to be used in coding. For example, the design may tell the programmer to use binary search technique. Even though, a programmer has lot of flexibility in converting the algorithm to code, it depends on the constraints of the implementation language and hardware. iii) Data Structures :- Data structures can influence the organization and flow of a program. In some cases , it can even influence the choice of programming language. For example, LISP is a language for list processing. It is so designed that it contains structures that make it much easier for handling lists than other languages.

iv) General Guidelines :- there are several strategies that are useful in preserving the design quality of a program: Localization input and output :- those parts of a program that read input or generate output are highly specialized and must reflect characteristics of the underlying hardware and software .  Pseudo-code can be used for transforming the design to code through a chosen programming language.  Revise the design and rewrite the code until one is completely satisfied with the result.  Reuse code components if possible. 5. a) What is software testing ? Describe the two ways of testing any engineered software product. Ans.:- Software testing is the process of testing the functionality and correctness of software by running it. The two ways of testing any engineered software product :1) White-Box Testing 2) Black-Box testing Black-box testing It is also known as functional testing. Knowing the specified function that the product has been designed to perform, tests can be conducted to demonstrate that each function is fully operational Example :- Boundary value analysis. White Box Testing It is also known as structural testing. Knowing the internal working of product, test can be conducted to ensure that all internal operations perform according to specification that all internal components have been adequately. EXAMPLE :- basic path testing. b) What is the difference between verification and validation ? Ans.:- Verification is a set of activities that ensures that the software correctly implements a specified function while Validation is a set of activities that ensures that the software that has been built, is traceable to the customer requirements. 6. a) Describe the different kinds of software development team structure. Ans.:- The different kinds of software development team structure are: nDemocratic decentralized team nControlled centralized team Controlled decentralized team Democratic decentralized team  It consists of ten or few number of programmers.  The goals of the group are set by consensus
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 Every member is considered for taking major decision  Group leadership rotates among group member Controlled centralized team  It consists of a chief programmer, who is responsible for all the major technical decisions of the project. He also does most of the design activities and allocates coding part to each and every member of the team.  Under him, he has a backup programmer, program librarian, and programmers  The backup programmer helps the chief in making decisions and takes over the role of chief in absence of the chief programmer.  The program librarian is responsible for maintaining the documents and other communication related work. Controlled decentralized team  It combines the strength of the democratic and chief programmer teams  It consists of a project leader who has a group of senior programmers under him and a group of junior programmers under a senior programmer.  The communication between the senior and junior programmers are like ego-less team,  This structure is best suited for every simple projects or research-type works. b) What is COCOMO model? Explain the basic COCOMO model. Ans.:-The COCOMO model predicts the effort and duration of a project based on inputs relating to the size of the resulting system and a number of “cost drivers” that affect productivity. THE BASIC COCOMO MODEL Basic COCOMO model estimates the software development effort using only a single predictor variable and three software development modes. Basic COCOMO is good for quick, early, rough, order of magnitude estimates of software costs, but its accuracy is necessarily limited because of its lack of factors which have a significant influence on software costs. The basic equation for the COCOMO model is about the effort estimate in persons –month required develop a project and the KLOC, the number of delivered lines of code for the project. 7. a) Define the terms: quality, quality assurance and quality control.

Ans.:- QUALITY:- Software quality is conformance to the explicitly stated functional and performance requirements, explicitly documented development standards, and implicit characteristics that are expected of all professionally developed software. QUALITY ASSURANCE :- Quality assurance is an auditing and reporting function of management. QUALITY CONTROL :- Quality control consists of a series of activities like inspections, reviews, and tests, which are carried out during the entire life cycle of software, so that each work product meets the requirements, placed upon it.

b) Mention the objectives of formal technical review. Ans.:- This is a software quality assurance activity that is performed by software engineers. OBJECTIVES  To detect the errors in functions, logic or implementation found in software.  To verify that the software under review meets its requirements.  To ensure that the software has been represented according to predefined standards  To achieve software with consistent quality and on time  To make projects more manageable.  It acts as a training ground for junior engineers to observe different approaches to software analysis, design, implementation  FTR includes walkthroughs, inspections, round-robin reviews. 8. Write short notes on: a) Software engineering Ans.:-Software engineering is a discipline. It uses the existing tools and methods of software development and systematizes the entire process of software development. There are a number of formal definitions for software engineering, given by experts in the field. However for the purpose of understanding , we shall see some of them. “The application of a systematic, disciplined, quantifiable approach to the development, operation, and maintenance of software, that is , the application of engineering to software “. b) The spiral model of software process Ans.:-The activities in this model can be organized like a spiral, that has many cycles. Typically the inner cycles represent the early phase of requirement analysis along with the prototyping and the outer spirals represent the classic software lifecycle. This model has been divided into four quadrants, each quadrant representing a major activity like planning, risk analysis engineering and customer evaluation. The software process cycle begins with the planning activity represented by the first quadrant

of this model. Each cycle here begins with the identification of objectives for that cycle, the alternatives and constraints associated with that objective. c) Programming tools. Ans.:-programming tools is used to reduce time spent on the development of programs. The tools which used in programming tools 1) source-code tools - editing tools, these relate to the editing of source code - browsing tools, helps to view the source code The source-code beautifiers and templates not only makes a program look consistent but also standardize indentation styles, align variable declarations and format comments. 2) Executable code tools Tools that are required for working with executable codes. it helps in code creation, debugging and testing 3) code creation has four major tools which help the developer in converting the source code into executable code : 4) Debugging tools help in debugging the code. 5) testing tools help in tracing the code errors.