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programming languages Online Quiz - 8

Description: programming languages Online Quiz - 8
Number of Questions: 20
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SAS can't be used for "Data Presentation"

  1. True

  2. False


Correct Option: B

SAS can be used to

  1. Data access

  2. Data management

  3. Data analysis

  4. All the above


Correct Option: D

SAS is a

  1. Sixth Generation Language

  2. Third Generation Language

  3. Fifth Generation Language

  4. Fourth Generation Language


Correct Option: D

SAS is a

  1. Low Level Language

  2. High Level Language

  3. Machine Level Language

  4. Binary Level Language


Correct Option: B

SAS stands for

  1. Statistical Analysis System

  2. Statistical Analysis Systems

  3. Statistic Analysis System

  4. Statestical Analysis System


Correct Option: A

Given:

import java.util.*;   
public class Looking {   
  public static void main(String[] args) {   
    String input = "1 2 a 3 45 6";   
    Scanner sc = new Scanner(input);   
    int x = 0;   
    do {  
       x = sc.nextInt();  
       System.out.print(x + " ");  
     } while (x!=0);  
   }  
 }

What is the result?

  1. 1 2

  2. 1 2 3 45 6

  3. 1 2 3 4 5 6

  4. 1 2 a 3 45 6

  5. 1 2 followed by an exception


Correct Option: E

Given:

import java.util.regex.*;   
public class Archie {   
  public static void main(String[] args) {   
    Pattern p = Pattern.compile(args[0]);   
    Matcher m = p.matcher(args[1]);   
    int count = 

    while(m.find())  
       count++;  
     System.out.print(count);  
   }  
 }

And given the command line invocation:

java Archie "\d+" ab2c4d67
What is the result?

  1. 0

  2. 3

  3. 4

  4. 8

  5. 9


Correct Option: B

Given:

class TKO {
    public static void main(String[] args) {
        String s = "-";
        Integer x = 343;
        long L343 = 343L;
        if(x.equals(L343))  s += ".e1 ";
        if(x.equals(343))  s += ".e2 ";
        Short s1 = (short)((new Short((short)343)) / (new Short((short)49)));
        if(s1 == 7)        s += "=s ";
        if(s1 < new Integer(7+1))  s += "fly ";
        System.out.println(s);
    }
}

Which of the following will be included in the output String s? (Choose all that apply.)

  1. .e1

  2. .e2

  3. =s

  4. fly


Correct Option: B,C,D

Given:


import java.util.*;   
public class Magellan {   
  public static void main(String[] args) {   
    TreeMap myMap = new TreeMap();   
    myMap.put("a", "apple"); myMap.put("d", "date");   
    myMap.put("f", "fig"); myMap.put("p", "pear");   
    System.out.println("1st after mango: " +   // sop 1  
       myMap.higherKey("f"));  
     System.out.println("1st after mango: " +   // sop 2  
       myMap.ceilingKey("f"));  
     System.out.println("1st after mango: " +   // sop 3  
       myMap.floorKey("f"));  
     SortedMap sub = new TreeMap();  
     sub = myMap.tailMap("f");  
     System.out.println("1st after mango: " +   // sop 4  
       sub.firstKey());  
   }  
 }

Which of the System.out.println statements will produce the output 1st after mango: p?

  1. sop 1

  2. sop 2

  3. sop 3

  4. sop 4

  5. compilation fails


Correct Option: A

Given:

public static void before() {
    Set set = new TreeSet();
    set.add("2");
    set.add(3);
    set.add("1");
    Iterator it = set.iterator();
    while (it.hasNext())    System.out.print(it.next() + " ");
}

Which statements are true?

  1. The before() method will print 1 2

  2. The before() method will print 1 2 3

  3. The before() method will print three numbers, but the order cannot be determined

  4. The before() method will not compile

  5. The before() method will throw exception at runtime


Correct Option: E

What is the output of the below JavaScript?


var one = ["a", "b", "c", "d"];         
alert(one.slice(-2));       

  1. error

  2. a,b

  3. a,b,c,d

  4. c,d


Correct Option: D

var one = ["a", "b", "c"];          
one.pop();          
alert(one);     

  1. a,b

  2. b,c

  3. error

  4. a,b,c


Correct Option: A

var one = ["a", "b"];
alert(one.join("&&"));      

  1. a&&b

  2. ab&&

  3. a,b,&&

  4. error


Correct Option: A

var one = ["a", "b"];       
var two = ["c", "d"];       
var three = one.concat(two);        alert(three);       

  1. abcd

  2. a,b,c,d

  3. c,d,a,b

  4. error


Correct Option: B

    var str = "This is an Example";
    alert(str.replace("Example", "Error"));     

  1. Example

  2. Error

  3. This is an Example

  4. This is an Error


Correct Option: D

var str = "This is an Example"; 
 alert(str.search("example"));      

  1. 11

  2. -1

  3. error

  4. Example


Correct Option: B

var str = "This is an Example";
  alert(str.match("example"));      

  1. null

  2. Example

  3. example

  4. error


Correct Option: A

var patt1 = new RegExp(/e/g);
 alert(patt1.exec("This is an Example"));   

  1. e

  2. E

  3. error

  4. 16


Correct Option: A

What is the output of the below JavaScript?


var patt1 = new RegExp("e");        
alert(patt1.test("This is an example"));    

  1. false

  2. true

  3. e

  4. 11


Correct Option: B

What is the output of the below JavaScript?


var bol = new Boolean();        
alert(bol);     

  1. false

  2. true

  3. error

  4. None of the above


Correct Option: A
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