Wednesday, 17 April 2013

Computer Awareness MCQ On - Computer Fundamentals(Acronyms) - Online Test Part - 2

Computer Fundamentals(Acronyms) Online Test Part - 2

Exam Name - Computer Awareness
Subject Name - Computer Fundamentals(Acronyms)
Exam Type - Multiple Choice Questions
No Of Questions - 10

Question - 1: API Stands For -?
  1. Application Programming Integrity
  2. Application Programming Interface
  3. Application Programming imagenary
  4. None Of The Above
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Answer = Application Programming Interface
Explanation: Application Programming Interface is a protocol which acts as an interface between software components to communicate with each other.
Question - 2: ASCII Stands For -?
  1. American Stable Code for International Interchange
  2. American Standard Case for Institutional Interchange
  3. American Standard Code for Information Interchange
  4. American Standard Code for Interchange Information
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Answer = American Standard Code for Information Interchange
Explanation: ASCII( American Standard Code for Information Interchange) is a code for representing English characters as numbers, with each letter assigned a number from 0 to 127. The ASCII character set defines 128 characters (0 to 127 decimal, 0 to 7F hexadecimal, and 0 to 177 octal).
Question - 3: ATA Stands For -?
  1. Abstract Technology Attachment
  2. Automated Technology Attachment
  3. Advanced Technology Attachment
  4. Audio Technology Attachment
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Answer = Advanced Technology Attachment
Explanation: ATA - Advanced Technology Attachment
SATA - Serial Advanced Technology Attachment
ATA (Advanced Technology Attachment) is a disk drive implementation that integrates the controller on the disk drive itself.
Question - 4: ATM Stands For -?
  1. Asynchronous Transmission Mode
  2. Asynchronous Troubleshooting Mode
  3. Asynchronous Tree Mode
  4. Asynchronous Transfer Mode
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Answer = Asynchronous Transfer Mode
Explanation: Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) is a technology used in data communications and telecommunications. It is a cell-relay technology that divides upper-level data units into 53-byte cells for transmission over the physical medium.
Question - 5: AWT Stands For -?
  1. Abstract Windowing Tool
  2. Abstract Windowing Tree
  3. Abstract Windowing Technology
  4. Automated Windowing Tool
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Answer = Abstract Windowing Tool
Explanation: Abstract Window Toolkit (AWT) is a set of application program interfaces ( API's) used by programmers to create graphical user interface ( GUI ) objects, such as buttons, scroll bars, and windows etc.
Question - 6: BGP Stands For -?
  1. Binary Gateway Protocol
  2. Border Gateway Process
  3. Border Gateway Protocol
  4. None Of The Above
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Answer = Border Gateway Protocol
Explanation: These Are Different Routing Protocols Used To Move Information Across Networks.
Interior Gateway Protocol - IGP
EXterior Gateway Protocol - EGP
Question - 7: Bootp Stands For -?
  1. Binary Protocol
  2. Bootstrap Process
  3. Bootstrap Program
  4. Bootstrap Protocol
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Answer = Bootstrap Protocol
Explanation: Bootp Is A Networking Protocol Which Used By Client Computers To Obtain IP Address From Server Machine For Communication.
Question - 8: CAD Stands For -?
  1. Computer Abstarct Design
  2. Computer Algorithm Design
  3. Computer Audio Design
  4. Computer Aided Design
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Answer = Computer Aided Design
Explanation: CAD - Computer Aided Design
CAE - Computer Aided Engineering
CAI- Computer Aided Instructions
CAT - Computer Aided Translation
CAQ - Computer Aided Quality Assurance
Question - 9: CGI Stands For -?
  1. Computer Gateway Interface
  2. Common Gateway Interface
  3. Command Gateway Interface
  4. Client Gateway Interface
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Answer = Common Gateway Interface
Explanation: It is a standard set of rules that define how scripts and programs can be run on a Web server. The "Common" in "Common Gateway Interface" refers to how CGI scripts can run on multiple server platforms and may be written in several different languages.
Question - 10: COBOL Stands For -?
  1. Client Business Oriented Language
  2. Command Business Oriented Language
  3. Common Business Oriented Language
  4. Computer Business Oriented Language
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Answer = Common Business Oriented Language
Explanation: COBOL was developed by Grace Hopper. COBOL (Common Business Oriented Language) was the first widely-used high-level programming language for business applications.

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