# Placement Papers: Quark Paper 2009

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1. 1 TB = 1024GB

2. Window NT, NT?

3. HTTP full form

4. Windows Uses =?

1. Intel

2. Microsoft

3. Dos

4. Macintosh

5. Operating System Runs in____and system utilitis run in

1. user and monitor modes

2. monitor mode and user modes

6. For internet, what is required

1. an ISP provider

2. an Internet Connection

3. A Browser

4. All of the above:

7. What is Internet

8. How can u see the web pages

9. Largest capacity of the mobile storage (CD ROM)

10. Floppy capacity?

11. “www” stands for?

12. which is a Netwoking os

1. microsoft win 98

2. Microsoft win 2000

13. Which is not a language (Findler or J)

## Analytical Problems

1. A dice is thrown twice. What is the probability of geting a number twice … (⅙)

2. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 without repeating, make a no. Divisible by 4, probability (⅕)

3. A girl walks x distance first day, second day she walks 1 km more. Total dist = 65 km. Time taken 18 hrs (Ans--3 miles/h)

4. One puzzle about ages (Ans 9, 2, 2)

5. Some Histogram Questions

6. Some Pie charts Questions

## C Test

1. char * str = “quark” “media” printf ( “%s” str) (ans quark media);

2. char * str; str = “hello” “india” printf ( “%s” str) (ans hello india);

3. i = 0; z = sizeof ( + + i + i + + ) printf ( “%d %d” z, i)

4. volatile keyword

5. macro XY ## int main () { char * s; x = XY10; printf ( “%s” x); }

6. int y = 10; for (int x = 0; x ⇐ 10; x + + ); y + = x; printf ( “%d” y)

7. Differece between malloc ad calloc.

8. fun (int a) { static int b; } what is the storage allocation for both a and b

9. int * fun (int a) { return (&a); } int * fun (int a) { int * b; b = &a; return (b); } int * fun (int a) { int * b; b = malloc (sizeof (int) ); b = &a; return (b); } which of the following functions are not correct

10. int fun (int a, int y) { int x; x = a + y; return (x); } int main () { int x, y = 1, z = 0, c; z = fun (y, c); printf ( “%d” x); }

11. int * x[10] () what is x?

12. printf ( “%d” + + i + + ); o/p?

13. a = 2; printf ( “%d %d %d” + + a, a + + )

14. struct abc { char a[10]; int a, b; }; main () struct abc ab = { “main” }; printf ( “%d %d” ab. a, ab. c); 0 − 1324278160 − 1049900968 =: 11695--

## Computer Awareness

1. 1 TB = 1024GB

2. Window NT, NT?

3. HTTP full form

4. Windows Uses =?

1. Intel

2. Microsoft

3. Dos

4. Macintosh

5. Operating System Runs in____and system utilitis run in

1. user and monitor modes

2. monitor mode and user modes

6. For internet, what is required

1. an ISP provider

2. an Internet Connection

3. A Browser

4. All of the above:

7. What is Internet

8. How can u see the web pages

9. Largest capacity of the mobile storage (CD ROM)

10. Floppy capacity?

11. “www” stands for?

12. which is a Netwoking os

1. microsoft win 98

2. Microsoft win 2000

13. Which is not a language (Findler or J)

## Analytical Problems

1. A dice is thrown twice. What is the probability of geting a number twice … (⅙)

2. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 without repeating, make a no. Divisible by 4, probability (⅕)

3. A girl walks x distance first day, second day she walks 1 km more. Total dist = 65 km. Time taken 18 hrs (Ans--3 miles/h)

4. One puzzle about ages (Ans 9, 2, 2)

5. Some Histogram Questions

6. Some Pie charts Questions C test: = = = = = = = =

1. char * str = “quark” “media” printf ( “%s” str) (ans quark media);

2. char * str; str = “hello” “india” printf ( “%s” str) (ans hello india);

3. i = 0; z = sizeof ( + + i + i + + ) printf ( “%d %d” z, i)

4. volatile keyword

5. macro XY ## int main () { char * s; x = XY10; printf ( “%s” x); }

6. int y = 10; for (int x = 0; x ⇐ 10; x + + ); y + = x; printf ( “%d” y)

7. Differece between malloc ad calloc.

8. fun (int a) { static int b; } what is the storage allocation for both a and b

9. int * fun (int a) { return (&a); } int * fun (int a) { int * b; b = &a; return (b); } int * fun (int a) { int * b; b = malloc (sizeof (int) ); b = &a; return (b); } which of the following functions are not correct

10. int fun (int a, int y) { int x; x = a + y; return (x); } int main () { int x, y = 1, z = 0, c; z = fun (y, c); printf ( “%d” x); }

11. int * x[10] () what is x?

12. printf ( “%d” + + i + + ); o/p?

13. a = 2; printf ( “%d %d %d” + + a, a + + )

14. struct abc { char a[10]; int a, b; }

main () struct abc ab = { “main” }.

printf ( “%d %d” ab. a, ab. c).