Computing & Informatics - True/false type questions from AMIE exams

True/false type questions.
  1. Pentium is a 64-bit machine since it has got 64-bit Data Bus.
  2. Microsoft Windows 2000 is a single-user operating system.
  3. C++ is a completely portable language.
  4. An Assembler for Pentium is mandatory to support C++ execution in a Pentium based PC.
  5. TCP/IP can be run only when Ethernet is available as the data link protocol.
  6. Internet refers to a network of computers connected through optical fibres and other forms of wired cables.
  7. C++  compiler cannot handle scanf and printf commands are available in C.
  8. A modem, as well as an Ethernet card, are essential to provide Data One Broadband Connection.
  9. L1 cache is a split memory to speed up execution.
  10. The primary memory of every computer is essentially magnetic memory.
Answers
  1. True. It has a 64-bit data bus and internal processing capability.
  2. True. Only one user can login and work with windows 2000 OS. Multiple windows can be opened and multiple programs can be executed on a time-sharing basis.
  3. True. C++ can be run on any machine.
  4. False. C++ is a high-level language. A compiler is essential to translate C++ programs.
  5. False. TCP/IP runs any network that has TCP/IP software installed.
  6. False. Internet is a network of networks. Networking can be done using non-wired methods also. Ex: Wireless networks.
  7. False. By including stadio.h header file we can handle scanf and printf commands available in C
  8. True. They are required to translate signals from computer to a form that is acceptable by broadband connection and vice-versa.
  9. True. L1 cache works based on the principle of locality of reference and is used for increasing the speed of execution.
  10. False: Primary memory of modern computers are essentially semiconductor memories. 

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