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operating systems Online Quiz - 68

Description: operating systems Online Quiz - 68
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  1. checks prime number; returns one when not prime and zero when prime

  2. checks prime number; returns none when not prime and zero when prime

  3. checks prime number; returns zero when not prime and one when prime

  4. checks prime number; returns zero when not prime and none when prime


Correct Option: D

"A user types history command and gets the following output 141 cd .tcs 142 ll tcs.lst 143 pwd 144 vi tcs.lst 145 ll -lrt | awk '{ print $NF }' 146 echo ""Test"" 147 ps -ef | grep lsnr 148 grep a * 149 ls 150 echo $PWD Refering to the scenario above, which one of the following is not a method for recovering the pwd command"

  1. r 143

  2. fc -e -r p

  3. fc -e 143

  4. r -8


Correct Option: B

Consider the script "beach.sh" for i in $1; do if (( ${#i} > 4 )); then print -n "#$i " fi done beach.sh "On the beach at night, stands a child with her father" What is the output of this script?

  1. #On the beach at night, stands a child with her father

  2. #On #the #at #a #with #her

  3. #beac #nigh #stan #chil #fath

  4. #beach #night, #stands #child #father


Correct Option: D

Consider the script let i=2 while (( i <= ($l - 1) )); do if (( ($l % i ) == 0 )); then print $? break; fi let i=i+1 done What is the program all about and what are the possible outputs

  1. checks prime number; returns one when not prime and zero when prime

  2. checks prime number; returns none when not prime and zero when prime

  3. checks prime number; returns zero when not prime and one when prime

  4. checks prime number; returns zero when not prime and none when prime


Correct Option: D

Consider the following case echo * We know that the output will be the list of all the files in current directory or equivalent to ls output. Which of the following command gives the ouput as * for the above script.

  1. set -t

  2. set -m

  3. set -f

  4. set -l


Correct Option: C

#! /bin/ksh for i in 1 2 3 4 ......... 50 # loop from 1 to 50 do let i=i+1 done echo $i What is the output of the above script.

  1. 2450

  2. 1275

  3. 1225

  4. 2550


Correct Option: B

Crown margin mode can be done using which command?

  1. nroff

  2. mm

  3. tbl

  4. fmt


Correct Option: D

Which key allows to append the script in next line

  1. back slash

  2. Single quote

  3. full stop (dot)

  4. frontslash


Correct Option: A

What is the default configuration for regular files?

  1. --xr--r--

  2. rw-r--r--

  3. r--r--r--

  4. rwxr--r--


Correct Option: B

Command that is used to find text matches from a file?

  1. find

  2. match

  3. grep

  4. use


Correct Option: C

Command to find out what kind of a Unix system you are on ?

  1. ipaddress

  2. uname

  3. ip

  4. sysip


Correct Option: B

Command to find how long a user is logged in ?

  1. network

  2. finger

  3. nstat

  4. nw


Correct Option: B

Command to check connections with a remote host

  1. show

  2. iproute

  3. ping

  4. table


Correct Option: C

Command to view the beginning of multiple files ?

  1. top|more

  2. begin|more

  3. head|multiple

  4. head|more


Correct Option: D

The numeric permission "400" stands for?

  1. read by anybody

  2. read by other

  3. read by owner

  4. read by group


Correct Option: C
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