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NO of ques : 100
Time : 40 minutes

## This paper was divided into 7(seven) sections:

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In this section U have to trace out the next figure in the given sequence OR find out the ODD
figure from given four figures. This is very simple section and U can do it very easily.

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In this section U have to find the odd no in given series OR find the next no in the given series
OR what comes in place of ? in a series. Practice this type of question from R.S Agarwal.I
remember only few question which I am trying to give below:
6 9 12 ? 6
6?996
9 12 6 3 6
this is just the type of ques.It may not be the exact one.
U see that the sum of each row is 36. So ?=6.There were many ques of this type.
3 6 18 ? 7 8
126632
This types if questions were there in which U have to find the no replacing ?....

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 
Here U are given 4 squares figures (a,b,c,d) differing slightly in thickness of their sides Now U
are given a few set of figures with some figures left out.These blanks are numbered 1 to 15.U
have to fit one of the above given square figures in each blank.This is a very simple question and
U can do it easily.

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\$
This section contained questions as given in puzzle section of RS Agarwal.It contains 4 parts with
5,5,3,2 questions.Just do it with patience.Make tables and then U will easily answer the
questions following it.. don't remember the exact question but I am sending approximately same
question:

(i).Four friends are given named Akansha,Anuska,Anisha, ... , ... .Each of them live in a separate
home and sleep on one bed.Akansha and Anuska have two extra beds,two of the house have
green lawns while the rest have narrow porchs,One of the house has Airconditioner while the est
have fans.And so on.. Based on these informations five questions were asked like
What is the total no of beds in all houses?
ans:14(not sure!!just check it)
Who lives in the house with green lawn and with AC?
These type of questions are very simple.Just make the table and U will get all the answers

(ii).Five students and five subjects and given along with few information.Five questions are
asked following the questions.This is a bit tricky do it in the end. 

(iii).In a given knockout series England defeated Pakistan,Pakistan was defeated by Newzealand,
India defeated both England and Newzealand.
Three very simple questions were asked like:
Who won the series? ans: India
Who didn't win a single match? ans: Pakistan
How many matches were played in total?

## (iv). This is also very simple question..U can answer it easily.

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This question is similar to the MIRROR IMAGE part of RS Agarwal.A Figure is given and U have to
identify the figure which "CANNOT BE" the mirror image of the given figure which can be rotated
along any axis.

&'%(
 \$
This section contains two parts:
(i). 5 questions asking synonym of given words. (one of the word is quiet ans:silent)
(ii).10 questions aksing to identify words not similar in meaning to the given words. (one of the
word is mutiny and the alternatives are

- )
 \$
This section contained questions in which a 3 dimentional figure is given and U have to judge
how it would look from the side indicated in the question like from below,from back etc. Also
there are questions in which a sheet is given with marks on it along which it can be folded.U
have to judge from the given option the three dimentional structure which can be build by
folding the sheet along the given lines 

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## : åV 7



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(
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(*'*"! 
a) WSDL b) WML c) web sphere d) web logic 

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#"+(((",'%(,*''
((((,("(#'("#'("-'
 
a) TABLE b) BLOB c) VIEW d) SCHEME 

<!--[endif]--> 

!('(#('%(
'%% 
a) session memory b) bubble memory c) cache memory d) shared memory 

"'"*(*+(.
*+,''%" 
a) LAN b) MAN c) WAN d) DMZ 

<!--[endif]--> 

''(*!#(#%%"/,*''!#
'"((#,!#(# 
a)BLUETOOTH b) RADAR c)RSA SECURE ID d)RFID 
&012 
float fl = 10.5; 

## double dbl = 10.5 

if(fl ==dbl) 

printf(?UNITED WE STAND?); 

else 

} 

## a)compilation error b)UNITED WE STAND c)DIVIDE AND RULE d)linkage error. 

-012 
static int ivar = 5; 

printf(?%d?,ivar--); 

if(ivar) 

main(); 

} 

301 
> 

## extern int iExtern; 

iExtern = 20; 

printf(?%d?,iExtern); 

} 

## a)2 b) 20 c)compile error d)linker error 

ü(01  
main()> 

clrscr(); 

printf(?%d\n\t?, clrscr()); 

} 

01 
> 

void vpointer; 

## char cHar = ?g?, *cHarpointer = ?GOOGLE?; 

int j = 40; 

vpointer = &cHar; 

printf(?%c?,*(char*)vpointer); 

vpointer = &j; 

printf(?%d?,*(int *)vpointer); 

vpointer = cHarpointer; 

printf(?%s?,(char*)vpointer +3); 

} 

## a)g40GLE b)g40GOOGLE c)g0GLE d)g4GOO 

(3  
define TRUE 1 

define NULL 0 

main() > 

if(NULL) 

puts(?NULL?); 

else if(FALSE) 

puts(?TRUE?); 

else 

puts(?FALSE?); 

} 

## a)NULL b)TRUE c)FALSE d)0 

012 
int i =5,j= 6, z; 

printf(?%d?,i+++j); 

} 

## a)13 b)12 c)11 d)compiler error 

012 
int i ; 

i = accumulator(); 

printf(?%d?,i); 

} 

accumulator()> 

_AX =1000; 

} 
what is output? 

## a)1 b)10 c)100 d)1000 

012 
int i =0; 

while(+(+i--)!= 0) 

i- = i++; 

printf(?%d?,i); 

} 

## a)-1 b)0 c)1 d)will go in an infinite loop 

012 
int i =3; 

for(; i++=0;) 

printf((?%d?,i); 

} 

## a)1b)2c)1 2 3d)compiler error:L value required. 

&012 
int i = 10, j =20; 

j = i ,j?(i,j)?i :j:j; 

printf(?%d%d?,i,j); 

## a)20 b)20 c)10 d)10 

-012 
extern i; 

printf(?%d\t?,i);> 

int i =20; 

printf(?%d\t?,i); 

} 

} 

what is output? 

## a) ?Extern valueof i ? 20 b)Externvalue of i?c)20d)linker Error:unresolved external symbol i 

3 
int DIMension(int array[])> 

return sizeof(array/sizeof(int);} 

main()> 

int arr[10]; 
printf(?Array dimension is %d?,DIMension(arr)); 

} 

what is output? 

ü01 
> 

void swap(); 

## int x = 45, y = 15; 

swap(&x,&y); 

printf(?x = %d y=%d?x,y); 

} 

## what is the output? 

a) x = 15, y =45 b)x =15, y =15 c)x =45 ,y =15 d)x =45 y = 45 

 
main()> 

int i =257; 

## int *iptr =&i; 

printf(?%d%d?,*((char*)iptr),*((char *)iptr+1)); 

} 

what is output? 

012 
int i =300; 

## char *ptr = &i; 

*++ptr=2; 

printf(?%d?,i); 

} 

what is output? 

 
include 

main()> 

## char *ptr =str; 

char least =127; 

while(*ptr++) 

least = (*ptr 

printf(?%d?,least); 

} 

## a)0 b)127 c)yahoo d)y 

 
Declare an array of M pointers to functions returing pointers to functions returing pointers to
characters. 

a)(*ptr[M]()(char*(*)()); b)(char*(*)())(*ptr[M])() 

c)(char*(*)(*ptr[M]())(*ptr[M]() d)(char*(*)(char*()))(*ptr[M])(); 

!(012 
int I =10, j=2; 

## int *ip = &I ,*jp =&j; 

int k = *ip/*jp; 

printf(?%d?,k); 

} 

## what is the output? 

a)2 b)5 c)10 d)compile error:unexpected end of file in comment started in line 4 

01 
> 

printf(?%s?,a); 

} 

## a)2 b) GOOGLE c) compile error: yoo mant initializers d) linkage error. 

&3  #,'"((( 
a)12 b)16 c)20 d)32 

## -' (*'%( %,('%

a) AND b) OR c) XOR d) NAND 

3*'(%'%
a) SP is incremented and then the value is stored. 

## d) SP is decremented and then the value is stored. 

ü#!"((% 
a) Allocated in RAM 

b) Allocated in ROM 

c) Allocated in stack 

d) Assigned in registers. 

'+*''%(.%("# 
334-
a) Processor serves the interrupt request after completing the execution of the current
instruction. 

b) processer serves the interrupt request after completing the current task. 

## c) processor serves the interrupt immediately. 

d) processor serving the interrupt request depent deprnds upon the priority of the current task
under execution. 

%%c0%1% 

## d) to store the base address of the stack. 

(.%(

a) register b) accumulator c) flag register d) flag register part of PSW (program status word) 

' "!(')"#((01'%

'  

## a) NOT b) AND c) NOR d) XOR 

 3 ,'( 

## a) port 3 b) port 2 c) port 1 d) port 0 

33"(%*'56+#,*.'*

'+(*''*'(#-

MVI B,38H 

DCR B 
JNC HAPPY 

## a) 102.3 b)114.5 c)100.5 d)120 

& 334*'*"'''.'*'+

( 

MVI B,FFH 

MOV A,B 

CMA 

HLT 

a)S = 1, Z = 0, CY = 1 b)S = 0, Z = 1, CY = 0 

c) S = 1, Z = 0, CY = 0 d)S = 1, Z = 1 ,CY = 1 

-%!%*''*#(*'334"''

# 

a) RD b) ALE c) WR d) HOLD 

3*'334'(,(('("#%(

'(7 

## a) JMP b) STA c) CALL d) XCHG 

ü*'(("(!'%%(+%( 

## a) T- State b) Instruction Cycle c) Machine Cycle d) All of the above 

'('*(,*''' 

LXI B, AEC4H 

MOV A,C 

HLT 

a) S = 1, CY = 0, P = 0 , AC = 1 b) S =0 , CY = 1, P = 0,AC = 1 

c) S = 0, CY = 1, P = 0 , AC = 1 d) S = 0, CY = 1, P = 1 , AC = 1 

&'%(.%(*'*!(

'%(#%(!!#('%(,('%
(-%*(%

## a) dead lock b) busy waiting c) trap door d) none. 

-%)  ((

a) A DBMS in which there are no program or user access languages. b) A DBMS which has no cross

file capabilities but is user friendly and provides user interface management. c) A DBMS which

## keeps its physical structure hidden from user d) none. 

3'('('!*#"'

%)  '"#('%

'%%#+*

## a) Aggregation b) atomicity c) association d) data integrity. 

ü'(*'!"(%'(

,.,"'(*'#,(%0

%%1("*%((*%'

'(*'''%"*%(

## d) placement, replacement, replacement 

%(((#%%(

*''('%*%,#'

(

a)true b)false. 


*'''*'!!' 

## a)depth first search b)preorder c)breadth first search d)none. 

!%*'''*!''

% 

## b) as reversible action on the stack 

c)both a and b 

d)none 

&*'''*!!.*' 

a)previliged instruction 

## b)floating point exception 

c)system calls 

d)all 

e)none 

-%#"+'

a)acknowledge 

b)sequence 

c)flow control 

d)retransmission 

3(%(#8 99999999999(%(#!#"

8''(%(#('(# 

a)full functional 

b) multi valued 

c)single valued 

d)none 

## ü1'  c399999999999(((

'!#(%(#8 ,8"((+#

a)1 NF 
b)2 NF 

c)3 NF 

d)5 NF 

&1999999999"#"#((#'%

"#'999999999 

A) correlated ,WHERE 

b) nested ,SELECT 

c) correlated,SELECT 

d) none 

& 1'#"((!'"'"'"((+* 

## a)router b)bridge c)hub d)brouter 

&1*'''*'%' )c 

## a)testing b)code generation c) analysys and design d)implementation 

& 1((%+(,*""'( 

## c)before data transmission 

d)none 

&1*'*%%%(% 

b)terminal emulation 

c)modem 

d)none 

## d) foreign key and attribute 

&& "#'*''!(((! 

#- 

## d) CREATE INDEX roll_idx INDEX ON student (rollno); 

&399999999'%('"(

"/ 

## a. container b.component c.base d.derived 

&ü'''*%'"'% +( 

## a. Lexical Analysis b.Syntax Analysis c. Optimization d.Intermediate Representation. 

-!#.9!.9 

a. true b.false 

-  %
%#" 

X?-infinity 

## For each item in the list L,do 

If the item>x,then 

X?the item 

Return X 

X represents:- 

a)largest number 

b)smallest number 

d) none 

## -( "('%,'' '(''%'#'

*(
a)key(A)>=key(B) 

b)key(A) 

c)key(A)=key(B) 

d)none 

-  ,, +,.%99999999999

## c)Abstract data type 

d)none 

-*'''*+(- 

points to the next node in the list,or to a null value or emptylist if it is the last node. 

b)a more sophisticated kind of linked list is a double linkedlist or two way linkedlist .Each node

has two links ,one to the previous node and one to the next node. 

c) in a circleLinkedList ,the first and last nodes are linked together.this can be done only for