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Java Programming Language Quiz - 1

Description: Java Programming Language Quiz - 1
Number of Questions: 7
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  1. @author

  2. {@link}

  3. @serialField

  4. @arg


Correct Option: D
Explanation:

To answer this question, the user needs to know about Javadoc tags and their purpose in documenting Java code.

Now, let's go through each option and explain why it is right or wrong:

A. @author: This is a valid Javadoc tag that is used to indicate the author of the code or the documentation.

B. {@link}: This is a valid Javadoc tag that is used to create a hyperlink to another class, method, or field in the code documentation.

C. @serialField: This is a valid Javadoc tag that is used to document the fields of a serializable class.

D. @arg: This is not a valid Javadoc tag. The correct Javadoc tag for documenting method arguments is @param.

Therefore, the answer is:

The Answer is: D. @arg

  1. An identifier can include letters and the first character can be a letter.

  2. An identifier can include digits, but the first character cannot be a digit.

  3. An identifier's length can exceed the length of the current line.

  4. The symbol for PI (3.14159...) is a valid identifier.


Correct Option: C
  1. Double precision floating-point (double)

  2. Character (char)

  3. Byte integer (byte)

  4. Boolean (boolean)


Correct Option: B

Which one of the following type-oriented statements is incorrect?

  1. User-defined types are also known as reference types.

  2. User-defined types are only defined via classes and interfaces.

  3. An array type is signified by an identifier and one or more pairs of square brackets.

  4. The declaration int[] x; introduces an array type.


Correct Option: B

Select a statement that best indicate a situation with low coupling.

  1. The attributes of the class are all private

  2. The class refers to a small number of other objects

  3. The object contains only a small number of variables

  4. The object is referred to using an anonymous variable, not directly

  5. The reference variable is declared for an interface type, not a class. The interface provides a small number of methods


Correct Option: E

AI Explanation

To answer this question, you need to understand the concept of coupling in software engineering. Coupling refers to the degree of interdependence between modules or components in a system. Low coupling means that the modules or components are loosely connected and have minimal dependencies on each other.

Let's go through each option to understand why it is correct or incorrect:

Option A) The attributes of the class are all private - This option does not indicate low coupling. The visibility of attributes does not necessarily determine the level of coupling.

Option B) The class refers to a small number of other objects - This option indicates low coupling. When a class refers to a small number of other objects, it suggests that it has minimal dependencies on other components.

Option C) The object contains only a small number of variables - This option does not directly indicate low coupling. The number of variables in an object does not necessarily determine the level of coupling.

Option D) The object is referred to using an anonymous variable, not directly - This option does not indicate low coupling. The way an object is referred to does not directly affect the level of coupling.

Option E) The reference variable is declared for an interface type, not a class. The interface provides a small number of methods - This option indicates low coupling. Declaring a reference variable for an interface type and having the interface provide a small number of methods suggests loose coupling between the components.

The correct answer is Option E. This option is correct because it indicates a situation with low coupling, where the reference variable is declared for an interface type, and the interface provides a small number of methods.

  1. must be created via a Java IDE.

  2. can run on different machines, but only with the same Operating System.

  3. are typically based on Servlets, JSPs and Enterprise Java Beans.

  4. need no runtime environment.


Correct Option: C
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