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Current Final Term Papers Spring 2012 Date: 16-July-2012 to 27-July-2012

Current Final Term Papers Spring 2012 Papers, July 2012, Solved Final Term Papers, Solved Papers, Solved Past Papers, Solved MCQs

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Current Final Term papers of this subject will be shared here During Exam.

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80-90% of the MCQs was from past papers.

most of the Subjective was programs based where you need to mention the errors

plz share paper  Noman Siddiqui

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Sb se pehly apna paper solve kar lain us k bad examiner se 1 page ly lain us pe  short question note kr lain aur phir ghar aa kar type kar k net pe share kar dain. Agar hr banda apna paper share kary tu hm sb above 60% marks le sakty hain. Plz share ur paper.  its sadqa jaria…….. 

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Amir bhai.....twadda paper kithay waah...

sheet pe agar helping material ho tu wo allow nae karte question paper le kar bahir ja sakte hain only questions likh kar..............

what is iterator? and what is output and input iterator? marks 5

dynamic and static binding marks 2

 Can a constructor throw an exception? How to handle the errors, when the constructor fails? marks 3

describe a way to declare a template function as a friend of any other class. marks 2

There are some errors in the code given below, you have to Indicate the line no. with error/s Give the reason for error/s Correct the error/s.      marks 5
1. #include <iostream>
2. #include <stdlib.h>
3. using namespace std;
4. template <typename T>
5. class MyClass{
6. public:
7. MyClass(){
8. cout"This is class1"endl;
9. }
10. };

12. template <typename T>
13. class MyClass<int*>{
14. public:
15. MyClass(){
16. cout"This is class2"endl;
17. }
18. };
19.
20. int main(int argc, char *argv[])
21. {
22. MyClass<int> c1;
23. MyClass<int*> c2;
24. system("PAUSE");
25. return 0;
26.}

Give three advantages that Iterators provide over Cursors.  marks 3

There are some errors in the code given below, you have to 1. Indicate the line no. with error/s 2. Give the reason for error/s 3. Correct the error/s. 1. #include (header extension is missing 2. #include 3. using namespace std; 4. template 5. class MyClass{ 6. public: 7. MyClass(){ 8. cout"This is class1"endl; 9. } 10. }; 11. template 12. class MyClass{ 13. public: 14. MyClass(){ 15. cout"This is class2"endl; 16. } 17. }; 18. int main(int argc, char *argv[]) 19. { 20. MyClass c1; 21. MyClass c2; 22. system("PAUSE"); 23. return 0; }   marks 5

Consider the code below, template< typename T > class T1 { public: T i; protected: T j; private: T k; friend void Test();}   This code has a template class T1 with three members i,j and k and a friend function Test(), you have to describe which member/s of T1 will be available in function Test().    marks 3

What will be the output after executing the following code?

class c1{ public: virtual void function(){ cout”I am in c1”endl; } }; class c2: public c1{ public: void function(){ cout”I am in c2”endl; } }; class c3: public c1 { public: void function(){ cout”I am in c3”endl; } }; int main(){ c1 * test1 = new c2(); c1 * test2 = new c3(); test1->function(); test2->function(); system(“PAUSE”); return 0;}     marks 3

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