programming languages Online Quiz - 3

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  1. Servlet

  2. Runnable

  3. Serializable

  4. ActionListener

Correct Option: C
  1. Jan 31, 2012

  2. Aug 08, 1987

  3. Aug 18, 1951

  4. May 19, 1955

Correct Option: D

Which DO statement would not process all the elements in the tmp array shown below? array tmp{*} x y z a;

  1. do i=1 to dim(tmp);

  2. do i=1 to dim(*);

  3. do i=1,2,3,4;

  4. do i=1 to 4;

Correct Option: B

Macro character functions

  1. can be used to manipulate character strings in macro variable values.

  2. have the same basic syntax as the corresponding DATA step functions and yield similar results.

  3. all of the above

  4. none of the above

Correct Option: C
  1. %let currdate = %sysfunc(today(), worddate.);

  2. %let currdate = &sysdate9;

  3. %let currdate = %sysfunc(date());

  4. all of the above

Correct Option: D
  1. The step does not execute.

  2. The first numeric column is summed by default.

  3. The GROUP BY clause is changed to an ORDER BY clause.

  4. The step executes but does not group or sort data.

Correct Option: C

SAS is not portable ...

  1. True

  2. False

Correct Option: B

SAS Statements can span more than one line

  1. True

  2. False

Correct Option: A

We all know that constructors are nothing but methods in java. But, as all the methods are either static or non-static , Then, what is the type-access modifier for the constructor?

  1. static

  2. non-static

  3. special-mixed type

  4. not-defined

Correct Option: D

Which of the following functions will be invoked on the function call- show(10);

  1. show(byte b){ }

  2. show(long l){ }

  3. none of the above

  4. compilation error

Correct Option: B

Which of the following methods will be invoked when the call is-- show(10L);

  1. show(float f){ }

  2. show(int i){ }

  3. show(double d){ }

  4. none of the above

Correct Option: A
class A  {
    int x=10;
    public static void show()    {
        int x=20;

The Output we always get is-- 20,, But Why... What is the name of this concept??

  1. Data Hiding

  2. Data Shadowing

  3. Data Obscuring

  4. None of the Above

Correct Option: B
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