Q. Using input and output functions in C, write a program to accept a stringof characters.

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Ans: There is an example which will help to understand about Initializing Strings,Reading Strings from the terminal, writing strings to screen, Arithmetic operations
on characters. A string is a sequence of characters. Any sequence or set of characters defined within double quotation symbols is a constant string. In c it isrequired to do some meaningful operations on strings they are: Read the rest of this entry »

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Q. With the help of suitable examples, explain type conversions using various data types.

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Ans: In computer science, type conversion or typecasting refers to changing anentity of one DATA type into another. This is done to take advantage of certain features of type hierarchies.
For instance, values from a more limitedset, suchas integers, can be stored in a more compact format and later converted to a different format enabling operations not previouslypossible, such as division Read the rest of this entry »

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Q. Describe the following: o Importance of ADO.Net o Data Access Scenarios Disconnected Architectures

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Ans:Importance of ADO.Net
The ADO.NET has been developed to enhance he creation of powerful and
scalable web applications, by working with data in a disconnected way
under the .Net framework’s stateless distributed web model. It has been
specifically designed to operate in a 3-tier environment. As the ADO.NEToperates in a disconnected way, no longer remaining connected to the dataserver while performing positional updates, there is a far great scope for Read the rest of this entry »

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Q. What do you understand by Information processes data?

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Ans: Data are generally considered to be raw facts that have undefined usesand application; information is considered to be processed data thatinfluences choices, that is, data that have somehow been formatted, filtered,
and summarized; and knowledge is considered to be an understanding
derived from information distinctions among data, information, and
knowledge may be derived from scientific terminology. The researcher
collects data to test hypotheses; thus, data refer to unprocessed and
unanalyzed numbers. When the data are analyzed, scientists talk about the Read the rest of this entry »

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