How To Exam?

# Rajiv Gandhi Proudyogiki Vishwavidyalaya 2009-1st Sem B.C.A Computer Application Bachelor of (ester) , .PROGRAMMING METHODOLOGY AND C PROGRAMMING - Question Paper

Monday, 28 January 2013 09:55Web

Bachelor of Computer Application
(First Semester) Examination, June 2009
Programming Methodology And C programming
Duration: 3Hours Max. Marks: 100
Min. Pass marks: 40
(Unit 1)
1. (a) explain the subsequent programming logics with examples: 10
(1) Loping
(2) Recursion.

(b) Differntiate ranging from the following: 10
(1) Program and Pseudo codes
(2) Top-down and Bottom-up programming.

or
2. (a) Dicuss different stages in program development ans tools/aids used in every stage. 10

(b) explain the subsequent programming logic/techniques: 10
(1) Cohesion and coupling;
(2) Structured programming.

(Unit 2)
3 Explaing the subsequent in C: 20
(1) Data types;
(2) Logical operaters;
(3) Conditional and Bitwise operators;
(4) Precedence and Associativity of operators;
(5) kind conversion;

or
4. (a)Write variou mathematical and character library funtion with the help of suitale example.10

(b) provide the structure of a C program. 10

(Unit 3)
5. (a) Write a program in C to organize set of numbers in deseceding order, using array. 10

(b) discuss switch staement with its syntax ans suitable example. 10

or
6. Write a prgram to multiply matrix A of ordr (m*n) and matrix B of order (p*q). 20

(Unit 4)
7. (a) Distinguis ranging from function call by value and call by reference. 10

(b) What is recursion? What is well described recursive function? Write a program to obtain the
product of 2 intergers using recursion. 10

or
8. (a) discuss structure and compare it with arrays. 10
(b) discuss how can you pass array as argument to a function. 10

(Unit 5)
9. (a) What is union? How is it declared? Compare union ans structure. 10
(b) How can you pass structure as funcion argument. 10
or
10. discuss the following: 20
(1) Structure;
(2) Returning structure from a function;
(3) Debug and choice menu of the TCCIDE;
(4) fault codes and their meaning.