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## 1. (a) Write a single C++ statement that subtracts the sum

of x and y from z ~d then incrementing. 3

## (b) An electricity board charges the following rates from

domestic users to' discourage high consumption of
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For first 100 units- 60 paise per unit
For next 200 units- 80paise per unit
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and print out the charges with names. Clearly specify
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4. (a) Mention about various different network topologies
, in existence along with the schematicfor each as well
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that can represent the encashing process of a cheque
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## v..' {if) SpecifytJ1.eo~ganisationa1

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(iv) A 806 B Hard Disk Drive

( ~) A Keyboard
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## «b) What are the basic characteristics of a uniprocessor

based, multitaskingoperating system? Specify a ,-

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operating system. 4+6
6. (a) Construct a 1bit Half Adder that accepts two 1 bit
operand Eliand bi and produces the carry out Ci and
the summation Si' Use optimum number of gates.
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## ( c) What are the advantages of a Master Slave J-K

flip-flop? How can it be built using ordinary J-K flip-
flop and associated logicgates? 3+ 3
7. ( a) 'What are different types of file organisations used
in contemporary file systems in modern-day
operating system? Explain with examples. 12

## ( b) What are different passes of a compiler? \\'hat are

their relationships? Explain by appropriate
schematic diagram. 4+4
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## (b) What is a virtual memory '? What Me the I'.ecess.

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those layers t9 implement the virtual m;;mory '? 2+3
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9. Justify or contradict each of the following statements ~':~L.-
proper justification in each case. No credit for mer.- "'7'
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(j) Pentium is a 32 bit machine because it has got a 32 v,'

## (ii) Unix.is a multiuser operating system.

(jjj) C is a procedural programming language.

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( v) Operating system-acts as a resource managerfor any /
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one building,then it is preferable to use a LAN. t. ~
( vii) TCP lIP is actually twO'protocols rolled into one.

## (ix) A-23 is a valid C++ constant.

(x) Flash memory is a writable non-volatile memory.

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