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Item, register, cash drawer may b a perfect example of Peter Coad Methodology 2 marks Page no 99

is ka ans just yehi ho ga k yes these are perfect examples of peter coad methodolgy

What type of bug this is and explain how. 5 marks page no 218

if((input >= 1 && input <= 10) &&

(input >= 15 && input <= 20))


// Do something for valid case




// Do something for invalid case


Ans:it is a example of logical error.
In order for the code to enter the valid case, the number must be between 1 and 10 and be
between 15 and 20. If a number is between 1 and 10, how can it possibly be between 15
and 20 as well? Seems unlikely, doesn’t it? This is a typical logical error.

Write down the sequence of declaration for the class and interface. page no 157

Class and Interface declarations should be organized in the following manner:
1. Class/Interface documentation.
2. class or interface statement.
3. Class (static) variables in the order public, protected, package (no access
modifier), private.
4. Instance variables in the order public, protected, package (no access modifier),
5. Constructors.
6. Methods (no specific order).

How the structures are identified in OOD? 3 marks

page 98

Ans:A structure is a manner of organization which expresses a semantically strong
organization within the problem domain. There are two type of structures:

Generalization-Specialization (Gen-Spec) and whole-part. This activity covers the
identification of these structures in the following 2 steps:
Identify Gen-Spec Structures (Hierarchy)
Consider each class that you have identified as a specialization and then look for its
generalization and vice versa.

List down any three potential points(phases) in development life cycle where there are greater chances of defect inclusion into development.

Ans:Following are the points in a development life cycle where defects enter into the
 Requirements
 Design
 Coding
 User documentation
 Testing itself can cause defects due to bad fixes
 Change requests at the maintenance or initial usage time

Q Which of the following are correct with reference to the abbreviation rules of naming convention?


We should always write:

  1. command instead of cmd
  2. copy instead of cp
  3. initialize instead of init
  4. html instead of HypertextMarkupLanguage

cpu instead of CentralProcessingUnit

all given are correct

all are not correct ..... only cpu and html are correct

all are correct dear written in the handout

Never write:
cmd instead of command
cp instead of copy
pt instead of point
comp instead of compute
init instead of initialize

HypertextMarkupLanguage instead of html
CentralProcessingUnit instead of cpu

aap is ko dekho is may sir nay kaha hai is ko aisay nai likha it means right to left corrct howi na??

“Any fool can write code that computers can understand, good programmers write code that humans can understand.”

What do you understand by above statement?

this statement means That is, it is not important
to write code that works, it is important to write code that works and is easy to understand so that it can be maintained.

Q What do you understand by the term System Downtime

Ans:A system downtime is the period in which
tremendous pressure is on developers end to fix the problem and make the system
running again

is the time when the system is not working properly


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