. Which of the following statements does NOT hold true for the Top Values property?
Options: a. The Top Values property displays only the highest values from the query.
b. The Top Values property requires the fields to have a defined sort order.
c. The Top Values property finds a specified number of records.
d. The Top Values property finds a specified percentage of records.
Options: frequency on the vertical axis and amplitude on the horizontal axis, amplitude on the vertical axis and frequency on the horizontal axis, amplitude on the vertical axis and the passage of time on the horizontal axis, the passage of time on the vertical axis and amplitude on the horizontal axis
In linear search algorithm the Worst case occurs when
Options: A)The item is somewhere in the middle of the array
b.The item is not in the array at all
c.The item is the last element in the array
d.The item is the last element in the array or is not there at all
What is the difference between ‘Open’ and ‘Open Exclusively’?
Options: a. Open statement opens access database files and Open Exclusively opens database files of other program like Oracle
b. Open Exclusive locks whole database so that no one can access it whereas Open locks only the record that is being accessed
c. Both Open and Open Exclusively are same
d. Open Exclusive command does not exist in MS Access
. How to restrict the values of a cell so that only whole numbers between 9 and 99 can be entered in a cell.
Options: The Settings tab under the menu Format -> Cells
B. The Settings tab under the menu Data -> Validation
C. The Settings tab under the menu Data -> Filter -> Advanced Filter
D. the Settings tab under the menu Format -> Conditional Formatting
Ans:– B ,
The control unit of a microprocessor
Options: stores data in the memory, Â Â accepts input data from a keyboard, Â Â Performs arithmetic / logic / functions, Â Â none of the above
Options: a. Select Edit > Select > Column from the menu b. Click the column heading letter c. Hold down the shift key as you click anywhere in the column. d. Hold down the Ctrl key as you click anywhere in the column