CCAT Section B and Section C Combind paper

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CCAT Section B and Section C Combind paper

  1. 1. Q1. C is a: (1) high level language (2) low level language (3) high level language with some low level features (4) machine language Q2. The minimum number of temporary variables needed to swap the contents of two variables is : (1) 1 (2) 2 (3) 3 (4) 0 Q3. Length of the string "Correct" is : (1) 7 (3) 6 (2) 8 (4) implementation dependent Q3. Which of the following number system incorporates English Alphabets also? (1) Binary (2) Hexadecimal (3) Octal (4) Decimal Q4. RAM and ROM are: (1) Part of primary memory (3) Part of cache memory (2) Part of secondary memory (4) Part of registers Q5. Logic gates are : (1) route finder in a circuit (3) route destructor in a circuit (2) route blockers in a circuit (4) route stoper in a circuit Q6. The exchange of information occurs in a computer system through: (1) Decimal codes (2) Binary codes (3) Hexadecimal codes (4) Octal codes
  2. 2. Q7. An electronic switch as elementary component of a digital circuit is best called as: (1) Gate (2) Logic gate (3) Circuit (4) Board Q8. The Hexadecimal digits are 1 to 0 and A to : (1) E (2) F (3) G (4) D Q9. The commonly used character codes for transmission is/are: (2) ASCII (1) EBCDIC (3) Both (4) None of the above Q10. The maximum count which a 6-bit binary word can is : (1) 36 (2) 64 (3) 63 (4) 65 Q11. What is binary equivalent of decimal 269 ? (1) 100001100 (2) 10001010 (3) 101001011 (4) 10001101 Q12.Main memory unit of computer: (1) performs arithmetic (2) stores a small amount of data and instructions (3) stores bulk of data and instructions (4) supervises the working of all the units Q13. The base of the binary number system is : (1) 2 (2) 16 (3) 8 (4) 10 Q14. The basic arithmetic operation performed by a Computer is : (1) addition (2) multiplication (3) subtraction (4) division

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