Computer science is a dynamic and rapidly growing area that has become an integral part of the world that we live in today. Most people cannot live without the innovations around us today.
However, in the course of its studies, computer science is not an easy subject for most students to handle. Due to its rapidly changing life, students are most often not ready when faced with examination questions. This can be due to the lack of materials, information or the most haven’t attempted questions that are subject related. In our way of helping out, this quiz has been specifically designed for students who wish to test their knowledge and understanding of the subject. Based on the Advanced level syllabus, questions are carefully selected from the topics: “Data management, programming, Computer security and Networking”.
When a subroutine is called, the address of the instruction following the CALL instruction is sorted in/on the:
In object-oriented programming, an object is
In general, a low-level language program
In computability theory, a problem is said to be computable if:
When implementing recursive programs we use
Prototype refinement is
In a mesh topology
Any system generally used for real time applications is known as:
It is NOT a measure for data security
It is a computer crime to
Viruses are an issue of network
The number of connections in a full mesh topology that has n devices is given by
The main function of a browser is to
The concept by which we apply existing operations to new data types is
If the state of a database no longer reflects a real life state the database is supposed to capture, then such a database state is said to be
Recursive algorithms use a
The benefit of prototyping is:
A database table is in 3rd normal form if
Given the relations CLASS (ClassID, Cycle, Teachinghours) and STUDENT (StudentID, ClassID, StudName). What is the possible relation between STUDENT and CLASS?
When requirements analysis goes wrong, what could happen?