18917 (Following Paper ID and Roll No. to be filled in your Answer Book)

Roll No. B.Tech. (SEM II) EVEN SEMESTER

COMPUTER

THEORY

CONCEPTS

EXAMINATION,

2009-2010

& PROGRAMMING

IN C

Section-A

.~.;,:.(,11i8 question contains 10 questions of multiple choice. Attempt aU parts of this (10x2=20) section: 1.

(a)

C is a :

(i)

High Level Language

(ii)

Low Level Language

(Hi)

High Level Language with some low level features.

(iv) Low Level Language with high level features. (b) -

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Windows Xp is a : (i)

Multi user multi tasking

(ii)

Multi user single tasking

as

(iii) Single user multi tasking (iv) Single user single tasking (c)

The purpose of the following program fragment: b=s+b;

b=b-s;

where s, b are two integers is to : \c.

'"

-.,:

b;;l

(i)

Transfer the content of s to b

(ii)

Transfer the content of b to s

(Hi)

Negate the content of sand b

(iv) Swap the contents of sand b

,t"·

rl_~

"-

(d)

Consider the function Find(int x, int y) { return ((x
Maximum of a, b

(ii)

Postive difference of a, b

(iii) Sum of a, b (iv) Minimum of a, b (e)

The maximum value of a signed integer is: (i)

216_1

(ii)

215_1

(iii) 216 (iv)

215

(i)

0

(ii)

Unpredictable

(iii) -1 _ (iv) None of these (g)

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If n=3 then the output of the statement printf(l/%d %d", n++, ++n); will be: (i)

35

(ii)

45

(iii) 4 4 (iv) (h)

-

is implementation dependent

The following program fragment for(i=3;i<15;i=i+3); printf(" %dl/,i); results in

(iii) Printing of 12 (iv)

Printing of 15

(i)

2s complement of (5)10 will be : (i)

5

(ii)

6

(iii) -5 (iv) Not possible

0)

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2.

Select the odd man out: (i)

Integer

(ii)

Structure

(iii) Union

(a)

(iv)

Array

(i)

Differentiate between DOS, UNIX and Windows Operation System.

(ii)

Explain the following UNIX command.

(b)

Explain the various data types in C giving suitable examples of each.

(c)

Convert the following numbers as specified (i)

(1011011101.01101h=(?ho

(ii)

(3142.28)-1O=(?h

(iii) (110111101010.01101h=(?h6 (iv) 2s complement of 110100100 (v) (d) (e)

(AC01.2DBh=(?)8

Write a program in C to copy the content file"b.txt".

~~ra given file say "a.txt"

to another

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Differentiate between call by value and call ,by reference. Make a program in C to show the usage of both.

Section-C Note:

3.

4.

5.

6.

7.

Attempt any two parts from each question. All questions are compulsorlJ

(3)

. a program In . C t a fi n d w I1eth er th'e glVen num b"er W'nte

(b)

Write a program in C to find out second largest element of a given list of integers.

(c)

Write a program in C to sort the given list of names.

(<1)

Define the storage class in C.

(b)

What are the merits and demerits of static and dynamic memory allocation techniques ?

(c)

""hat are the different bit operators used in C? Give an example of each.

'?".rj'

IS

pnme or not.

:

(5xlO=50)

Simulate calculator using switch statement.

(b)

Implement Stack using Linked List.

(c)

Write a program in C to multiply nvo matrices. Take the size and element of matrice through keyboard.

(a)

Show the usage of break and continue statement by taking an example.

(b)

V\Tritean algorithm to sort the given list of integers.

(c)

Discuss the u:>.-age of macro in C.

(a)

vVhatis the use of header file? Discuss.

(b)

Write a program to show the usage of structure in C.

re)-

Write a program in C to find the factorial of a given number by recursion.

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