i. What is an Operating System?
ii. Explain the basic architecture of Linux/Unix OS.
i. Explain the following commands:
date (with all options)
ii. Display the date in the following format:
25 January 2015 12 Hours 45 Minutes 5 Seconds
iii. Find out the days of Feb 2014 and save it in a file ‘
iv. Write a command to display the users logged on.
i. Create a directory structure under your present working directory:
dept -- IT -- ITFile1.lst
-- CS -- CSFile1.lst
ii. Rename ‘
dept‘ to ‘
iii. Copy the entire directory ‘
BCA_dept‘ to ‘
MCA_dept‘ in the same level.
iv. Remove the subdirectory
IT from ‘
v. Rename the file ‘
ITFile1.lst‘ and ‘
ITFile2.lst‘ to ‘
SYFile‘ and ‘
vi. Copy all the files in the CS directory from ‘
BCA_dept‘, beginning with CS and ending with either 1 or 3 into another folder named ‘
CS_backup‘ (Same level as that of ‘
BCA_dept‘ and ‘
This is a marked e-commerce assignment that is due Friday. It is possible to submit this electronically or on paper but it will carry actual internal marks and is due Friday.
The requirements for this assignment are:
Create an e-commerce business model (i.e. a concept for an e-commerce website). The assignment should highlight the following:
- What problem does it solve?
- What are the key benefits?
- What are the key components?
- What are the key challenges?
This is a VB.NET assignment by Madhavendra Sir to be submitted in a Journal, by the 26th of August.
- Take two numbers from a user and print the maximum and minimum of those numbers.
- Take a number from a user and check if it’s odd or even.
- Add a number to itself using the assignment operator.
- Where a = 12, b = 10, use the
And operator and find out the result.
- Print numbers from 15 to 30 using
Do While and
- Print numbers from 10 to 30 using the
- Print all odd numbers between 1 and 20 using
- Demonstrate each loop.
- Print the multiplication table of 5.
- Find out factorial of a number.
- Calculate salary using a
- Swap two numbers (a = 10, b = 20) using a
- Swap two numbers without using a third (temp) variable.
- Find out the volume of a box where length = 10, breadth = 15, height = 25.
- Accept a number and display if it is prime or not.
- Accept a number from the user. Create 3 different methods to perform the following operations:
- Check whether number is an Armstrong Number.
- Factorial of the Number.
- Sum of the digits of a number.
- Login with the use of a comparison operator and a logical operator.
- Concatenate a string with a number.
- Accept a password from a user a maximum of 3 times. After 3 attempts, the user must be locked.