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PostSubject: ARRAY Chapter # 5   Sun Aug 25, 2013 3:14 pm

Computer Science 10th Class Paper

Objectives of Arrays Chapter.

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        (Ye objectives Array k chapter k hain.)

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Computer Science-10th
                Chapter: Arrays
Student Name:                                                                              Date:                                            .
Q. Click The Correct Option.

1. A Collection of subscripted variables with same valuable name is
a. Line Number       b. Array     c. Column      d. Circle  


2. Strings or numbers may be assigned to the subscripted variables in an array by using the statement.
a. DATA         b. READ    c. None of them    d. Both a,b  


3. The important use of array is to store data that are used later for
a. All are correct        b. Additional Purpose    
 c. Multiplication Purpose       d. Comparison Purpose  


4. The number of elements that BASIC assigns automatically in one dimensional array are.
a. 10           b. 09      c. 12        d. 11


5. The statement DIM X(30,50) would reserves  
a. 1500 Locations          b. 150 Locations      
 c. 1800 Locations        d. 80 Locations  


6. The number of arrays that can be declared with a single DIM statement may be
a. Any number        b. 1      c. 3        d. 2  


7. The statement to reserve memory location for an array P arranged in 15 columns and 10 rows may
be
a. P (15, 10)           b. DIM (15, 10)        
c. DIM P (15, 10)        d. DIM P (10, 15)  


8. Which of the following is not a valid subscript?
a. B(4)          b. B(4)    c. A(-2)      d. Num(10)  


9. DIM statement is used to declare an array in case of more than
a. 100 subscripts        b. 11 subscripts      
 c. 10 subscripts          d. 101 subscripts


10. In two dimensional array data is arranged in
a. Rows and Columns        b. Rows        
 c. 10 Columns           d. All of Above  



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Computer Science-10th

                Chapter: Arrays
Student Name:                                                                              Date:                                            .
Q. Click The Correct Option.

1. The doubly subscripted variable S (3,2) specifies the data element present in
a. Row 3 & Row 2          b. Column 3 & Column 2
c. Column 3 & Row 2        d. Column 2 & Row 3

2. Sorting is the re-arrangement of an array from
a. Largest to smallest      b. None is correct
c. a or b            d. Smallest to largest


3. Which of the following statement is used to find the largest value from an array
a. INPUT            b. FOR NEXT
c. IF-THEN-ELSE          d. ON-GOTO


4. Matching Items: Match the correct item.......... List
a. Two dimensional array      b. Declaration statement
c. Columns           d. One dimensional array


5. Matching Items: Match the correct item.......... Table
a. Declaration statement      b. Columns
c. None is correct        d. Two dimensional array


6. Matching Items: Match the correct item.......... Subscript
a. None is correct        b. Searching an array
c. Zero or positive integer      d. Declaration statement


7. Matching Items: Match the correct item.......... A$(5)
a. Declaration statement      b. String array
c. Searching an array       d. Zero or positive integer


8. Matching Items: Match the correct item.......... DIM
a. Zero or positive integer      b. Finding an element
c. Searching an array       d. Declaration statement


9. Matching Items: Match the correct item.......... LET
a. Reserved word          b. Finding an element
c. Rearranging          d. Searching an array


10. Matching Items: Match the correct item.......... Table look-up
a. Rearranging          b. Searching an array      
c. Zero or positive integer      d. Finding an element




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