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Made easy workbook
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madeeasy workbook question of programming methodology
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order p is between 2 to p child pointer can store in root node and between [p] to p child can store in other 2 nodes of B tree index . Btree index.how many maximum level of index required to store 300 distict keys in order 5 B tree index?
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Why aa*(bb*a)* not a regular expressian for starting and ending with symbol A Dfa
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Feb 25
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Madeeasy Workbook DBMS
Given a system using unspanned blocking and 100 byte blocks. A file contains record of 20,50,35,70,40,20. what percentage of space will be wasted in the blocks allocated for the file?
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Feb 23
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Madeeasy workbook (Parsing)
Consider the following grammer: S → S  S;S S → V = E V → id[E]  id E → id  (E) Find the number of conflicts in LR(0).
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Nov 20, 2019
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MadeEasy Workbook, DRDO 2008
Consider a sequence A of length n which is sorted except for one item that appears out of order.Which of the following can sort the sequence in O(n) time? (a) Heap sort (b) Quick sort (c) Merge sort (d) Insertion sort
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Oct 9, 2019
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Algorithms
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Recursive languages
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Sep 2, 2019
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Context free grammar: string derivation
Consider the following CFG S→aAbBC  abB A→bBd  ∈ B→eBf  g C→f How many derivative steps required to derive the string abegff using the above grammar when start symbol S is available?
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Jul 31, 2019
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Theory of Computation
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String generation
Identify from the following the string generated by following $ S→SS , $ $S \rightarrow \ (S_1, $ $ S_1→S) ,$ $S_1 \rightarrow ) $ A. $(( ) ( ) ))$ B. $((((( )))))) ($ C. $( ) ( ) ( ) ( ))$ D.$ (( ) ((( )) ( )))$
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Jul 31, 2019
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Binary semaphore
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Jul 30, 2019
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Context free grammar
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Jul 25, 2019
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Finiteautomata
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Jul 19, 2019
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Regular grammar to string production
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Jul 17, 2019
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Regular production Grammar
Consider the production grammar S→AB  AS A→a  aA B→b Which of the following regular expressions corresponding to the production grammar?
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Jul 17, 2019
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Regular expression to finite automata
The regular expression for even number of zeroes is A. (1* 01* 01*)* B. (1* 001*)* C. 1* + (1* 01* 01*)* D. ((0 + 1)* 0(0 + 1)* 0(0 + 1)*)* Also draw the finite automata.
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Jul 17, 2019
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Finite automata to Regular Expression
The language recognized by the given finite automata is A. (aa + ∊) (b + ba) (bab)* B. (aab + ba) (bab)* C. (aab) (bab)* + (bab)* D. (aab) (∈ + (bab)*)*
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Jul 17, 2019
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Regular expression
Which of the following regular expression over {0,1} denotes the set of all strings not containing 100 as sub string A. 0* (1*0)* B. 0* 10 10* C. 0* 1* 01* D. 0* (10 + 1)*
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Jul 16, 2019
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Closure properties of Regular Language
If L1 is regular and L2 ⊆ L1, then which of the following has to be regular? A. L2 B. L1 ∩ L2 C. L2^n D. L1^n
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Jul 15, 2019
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Theory of Computation
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Regular expression and regular language
R1=11(0+1)* R2=(0+1)* 11 R2=11(0+1)* 11 + 111 + 11 Which is true? A. L(R1)=L(R2)=L(R3) B. L(R1) ∪ L(R2)=L(R3) C. L(R1) ⊆ L(R3) D. L(R1) ∩ L(R2)=L(R3) Please answer with proper explanation.
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Jul 15, 2019
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if x and y are boolean variables which of the following is the equivalent of x xor y xor xy
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Jul 15, 2019
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Which of the following is the dual of ~(~p)$\equiv$p?
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Jun 25, 2019
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Madeeasy workbook
Consider a declaration Int a=5,*b=&a; printf("%d",a*b); The output is A) 25 B) garbage C)5 * address of b D) error message
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Jun 24, 2019
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