Computer Science Mock Test NET Exam (System Software and Compilers) - Part 06


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  1.  A basic bock can be analysed by  a ____________.
    1.  graph with cycles
    2.  control graph
    3.  DAG
    4.  flow graph

  2. Loop is a collection of nodes that is ______.
    1.  strongly connected
    2.  loosely connected 
    3.  loosely connected and has a unique entry
    4.  strongly connected and has a unique entry

  3. A series of statements explaining how data is to be processed is called ________ .
    1.  program
    2.  loop
    3.  pascal
    4.  PL/I

  4. Compiler generally written by ___________.
    1.  system analysts
    2.  professional testers
    3.  computer manufacturers
    4.  professional programmers

  5. Compiler can diagnose _______.
    1.  logical errors only
    2.  syntax errors ony
    3.  grammatical errors only
    4.  both (a) & (b)

  6. Resolution of externally defined symbols is performed by _____.
    1.  Loader
    2.  Linker
    3.  Compiler
    4.  Editor

  7. Garbage collection system software __________.
    1.  collects all free space
    2.  collects all allocated but not used spaces
    3.  frees all allocated but not used spaces
    4.  group spaces that are used one contiguous area

  8. The optimization which avoids a test at every iteration is ______.
    1.  loop ramming
    2.  constant folding
    3.  predictive parsing
    4.  loop unrolling

  9. Storage mapping is done by ______.
    1.  loader
    2.  operating system
    3.  compiler
    4.  linker

  10. The segment base is specified using the register named as ______.
    1.  TITLE instructions
    2.  ORG instructions
    3.  SEGMENT instructions
    4.  ASSUME instructions



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