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CS504 All current final term paper Fall 2015 at one place from 5th March to 16th March 2015.

CS504 All current final term paper Fall 2015 at one place from 5th March to 16th March 2015.

 

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Held on 07-MAR-2015 (cs504 final term paper semester fall 2014)

Total Questions: 52

MCQ 40: total time 120 minutes

4 Questions of 2 marks, 3 marks and 5 marks

Total marks: 80

Q. Define memory overruns (2 marks)

Answer:

A memory overrun occurs when you use memory that does not belong to you. This can be caused by overstepping an array boundary or by copying a string that is too big for the block of memory it is defined to hold. Memory overruns were once extremely common in the programming world because of the inability to tell what the actual size of something really was.

Q. explain bugs by giving an example (3 marks)

Q. write guidelines of comments (5 marks)

Answer:

1. All comments should be written in English. In an international environment English

is the preferred language.

2. Use // for all comments, including multi-line comments.

// Comment spanning

// more than one line

Since multilevel commenting is not supported in C++ and Java, using // comments ensure

that it is always possible to comment out entire sections of a file using /* */ for

debugging purposes etc.

3. Comments should be indented relative to their position in the code.

while (true) { // NOT: while (true) {

// Do something // // Do something

something(); // something();

} // }

Q. Describe at least two guidelines to avoid hazard caused by side effects. (5 marks)

Answer:

1. Never use “,” except for declaration

2. If you are initializing a variable at the time of declaration, do not declare another

variable in the same statement

3. Never use multiple assignments in the same statement

4. Be very careful when you use functions with side effects – functions that change the values of the parameters.

5. Try to avoid functions that change the value of some parameters and return some value at the same time.

Q. define software testing objectives and what do you mean by a successful test? (5 marks)

Answer:

Software testing objective

 The correct approach to testing a scientific theory is not to try to verify it, but to seek to refute the theory. That is to prove that it has errors. (Popper 1965)

 The goal of testing is to expose latent defects in a software system before it is put to use.

 A software tester tries to break the system. The objective is to show the presence of a defect not the absence of it.

 Testing cannot show the absence of a defect. It only increases your confidence in the software.

 This is because exhaustive testing of software is not possible – it is simply too expansive and needs virtually infinite resources.

Successful Test

From the following sayings, a successful test can be defined

“If you think your task is to find problems then you will look harder for them than if you think your task is to verify that the program has none” – Myers 1979.

“A test is said to be successful if it discovers an error” – doctor’s analogy.

 

About 30 MCQ from past (moaaz file) design patterns mein se b 2 question thy

sipaas guzaar hu janab e five star ka

kya yeh apka apna paper tha ya "fall 2014" k moaaz ki file se copy kiya huwa hy?

shukriya shukriya

kindly read it carefully 

i have mentioned that it is held on 07-march-2015

jee ye mera he paper ha apna zaati, jo yaad tha bta dia ha

sqlain tm open eyes se read kro is ko zraa

my GPA is 3.91 AL-HAMDULILLAH saqlain

tm apni khair manao and papers ki tyari kro

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Thanks for sharing!

is this current final term paper

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