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According to this link the correct answer is Content coupling. because there is only coupling type that one module can change the private data of another module.
please share the correct answer of 2nd question.
2. content coupling
3. message coupling
Please give some idea about the part 3 (Strengths and weaknesses of the paper) of Question no 3
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Q# 02: (Marks: 6)
Coupling refers to how many dependencies there are between modules and the nature of the links. Based on the nature of dependency, there are different type of coupling like data coupling, stamp coupling, content coupling and control coupling etc. You are required to identify the type of coupling that the following statements represent. Justify your answer with solid reason.
i. Module A ``branches'' or ``falls through'' into Module B (by containing a GOTO statement that transfers control somewhere into the middle of Module B).
ii. Module A refers to, or changes, Module B's internal (and, again, ``private'') data
iii. Module A changes one of the statements in Module B's object code.
no 3: i think countrol coupling ha
no, common coupling
I think i'll be Content Coupling. kindly check this link: http://pages.cpsc.ucalgary.ca/~eberly/Courses/CPSC333/Lectures/Desi...
Type of Coupling
Indirect coupling occurs when one object interacts with another object through a third component, usually a controller. Another form of indirect coupling occurs when using a data-driven style of computation
Data coupling occurs when a portion of a data structure is passed among modules. When using data coupling, shorter parameter lists are preferred to longer ones
Stamp coupling occurs when a portion of data structure is passed among modules. When using stamp coupling, a smaller number of actual arguments are preferable to a larger number because the only data that should be passed to a module is what it requires
Control coupling occurs when information is passed to a module that affects its internal control. This is undesirable because it requires the calling module to know the internal operation of the module being called
External coupling occurs when a module depends on the external environment
Common coupling occurs when modules access common areas of global or shared data. This form of coupling can cause one module to unintentionally interfere with the operation of another module
Content coupling occurs when one module uses information contained in another module