 ### programming languages Online Quiz - 104

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A function call is always an rvalue. True or false?

1. True

2. False

Correct Option: B

What is the value of y at the end of main? const int x = 5; int main(int argc, char** argv) { int x[x]; int y = sizeof(x) / sizeof(int); return 0; }

1. 0

2. 5

3. undefined

4. 2

Correct Option: B

#### AI Explanation

To determine the value of `y` at the end of `main`, let's go through the code step by step:

``````const int x = 5;
int main(int argc, char** argv)
{
int x[x];
int y = sizeof(x) / sizeof(int);
return 0;
}
``````

In this code, we have a constant integer `x` initialized with the value of 5.

Next, we declare an array `x` with the size of `x`, which is 5. This means we are declaring an array with 5 elements.

Then, we calculate the value of `y` by dividing the size of the array `x` (which is 5 * `sizeof(int)`) by the size of an `int` (`sizeof(int)`).

The `sizeof` operator returns the size of a data type in bytes. In this case, `sizeof(int)` returns the size of an `int` in bytes.

Since the size of an `int` is typically 4 bytes, the size of the array `x` is 20 bytes (5 * 4).

Therefore, `y` is equal to the size of the array `x` (20 bytes) divided by the size of an `int` (4 bytes), which is 5.

Hence, the correct answer is B) 5.

1. compilation error

2. garbage value

3. 400

4. 1

Correct Option: B

Print the output of this program main() { int k = 5; if (++k < 5 && k++/5 || ++k <= 8); printf("%d\n", k); }

1. 5

2. 7

3. 8

4. garbage value

Correct Option: B
Explanation:

To solve this question, we need to understand the order of operations and logical operators.

The given program uses the if statement to check some conditions. If the conditions are met, it increases the value of k. Finally, it prints the value of k using printf.

The given expression can be broken down into three parts:

1. ++k < 5
2. k++/5
3. ++k <= 8

Let's evaluate each part:

1. ++k < 5: The value of k is first incremented to 6. Then, this expression checks if 6 is less than 5. This is false, so the expression evaluates to false.

2. k++/5: The value of k is still 6. This expression divides 6 by 5 (integer division), which evaluates to 1. However, this expression is not used in the if statement because of short-circuiting.

3. ++k <= 8: The value of k is now 7 (due to the previous increment). This expression checks if 7 is less than or equal to 8. This is true, so the expression evaluates to true.

Since the expression in the if statement evaluates to true, the code inside the if statement is executed. This code does nothing, so k remains 7. Finally, the value of k is printed using printf.

Therefore, the output of this program is:

``````7
``````

1. True

2. False

Correct Option: A

What is result of the question Integer i1=10; Integer i2=10; (i1!=i2)-->result is

1. True

2. False

Correct Option: A

What is the result of this Integer i1=10; int i2=10; (i1==i2)-->result is

1. True

2. False

Correct Option: A
1. true

2. false

3. compilation error

4. exception thrown at runtime

Correct Option: A

String s1=new String("abc"); String s2=new String("abc"); (s1==s2)-->result is

1. true

2. false

3. compilation error

4. exception thrown at runtime

Correct Option: B

Integer i1=10; Integer i2=10; (i1.equals(i2++))-->result is

1. true

2. false

3. compilation error

4. exception thrown at runtime

Correct Option: B

LINQ is abbreviation of

1. Language Integrated Query

2. Language Independent Query

3. Language Interrelated Query

4. None of the above

Correct Option: A

In which version of .Net framework LINQ has been introduced

1. 2.0

2. 3.0

3. 3.5

4. 4.0

Correct Option: C
1. Querying of in-memory collections

2. Abstraction layer of data sources

3. Object and Collection Initializers

4. Lambda expressions

Correct Option: A,B,C

Features of LINQ

1. Querying of in-memory collections

2. Abstraction layer of data sources

3. Object and Collection Initializers

4. Lambda expressions

Correct Option: A,B,C

List Names = new List(); Names.Add("A"); Names.Add("B"); Names.Add("C"); var res = Names.Where(n => n == "D"); if (res == null) Console.WriteLine("res is null"); else Console.WriteLine("res is not null"); Console.Read(); What would be printed?

1. res is null

2. res is not null

3. Run time error

4. None of the above

Correct Option: B

List Names = new List(); Names.Add("A"); Names.Add("B"); Names.Add("C"); var res = Names.Where(n => n == "D"); res is the type of

1. List

2. IEnumerable

3. List

4. IEnumerable

Correct Option: B
1. True

2. False

Correct Option: B
1. Compilation and output of "Not equal! 10".

2. Compilation and output of "Not equal! 20".

3. Compilation and output of "We are equal 10".

4. Compilation error, attempting to perform binary comparison on logical data type.

Correct Option: A
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