Options: a . an 8-bit register in the microprocessor b . a 16-bit register in the microprocessor c . a set of memory locations in R/WM reserved for storing information temporarily during the execution of computer d . a 16-bit memory address stored in the program counter
Which of the following is correct for a gated D-type flip-flop?
Options: The Q output is either SET or RESET as soon as the D input goes HIGH or LOW., The output complement follows the input when enabled., Only one of the inputs can be HIGH at a time., The output toggles if one of the inputs is held HIGH.
Options: a. A high paging activity is called thrashing.
b. A high executing activity is called thrashing
c. A extremely long process is called thrashing
d. A extremely long virtual memory is called thrashing
Which of the following describe the DHCP Discover message? It uses FF:FF:FF:FF:FF:FF as a layer 2 broadcast. It uses UDP as the Transport layer protocol. It uses TCP as the Transport layer protocol. It does not use a layer 2 destination address.
Options: nodes represent the conditions, with the right side of tree listing the actions to be taken, the root is drawn on the left and is the starting point on the decision sequence., the branch depends on the condition and decisions to made, All of the above
We have been given access to the company's operational data, and have been asked to produce a report. We discover that some of the data we need are in an SQL server database while other needed data are in a separate Oracle database. This is an example of ________ .
Options: dirty data, inconsistent data, non-integrated data, a "wrong format" problem
Options: is a method of memory allocation by which the program is subdivided into equal portions, or pages and core is subdivided into equal portions or blocks., consists of those addresses that may be generated by a processor during execution of a computation., is a method of allocating processor time., allows multiple programs to reside in separate areas of core at the time.
Options: a TCP/IP protocol used to dynamically bind a high level IP Address to a low-level physical hardware address, a TCP/IP high level protocol for transferring files from one machine to another, a protocol used to monitor computers, a protocol that handles error and control messages