Computer Awareness Questions IBPS Clerk Mains Set 33

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Computer Awareness Questions IBPS Clerk Mains

1. Elementary data item are –
  • (A) Data item which is not broken down into smaller units
  • (B) Data item that can be broken down into smaller units
  • (C) Data item which is not decomposed into smaller units
  • (D) None of these
1. (A)

2. The first all-electronic digital computer developed by Mauchly and Eckert around 1946 is 
  • (A) ENIAC
  • (B) EDVAC
  • (C) Apple
  • (D) IBM pc
2. (A)

3. A semiconductor memory which allows the eraser of the information stared in it so that new information can be stared in it is referred as –
  • (A) EPROM
  • (B) ROM
  • (C) RAM
  • (D) None of these
3. (A)

4. Extended ASCII uses –
  • (A) 8 bits for coding
  • (B) 9 bits for coding
  • (C) 10 bits for coding
  • (D) 11 bits for coding
4. (A)

5. A device used for transmission of images scanned at a transmitting point and duplicated at a receiving point is –
  • (A) Facsimile (FAX)
  • (B) Telephone
  • (C) Photocopier
  • (D) None of these
5. (A)

6. A data transmission medium made of tiny threads of glass or plastic that can transmit huge amount of information at the speed of light is –
  • (A) Fiber optic cable
  • (B) Copper cable
  • (C) Twisted wire cable
  • (D) None of these
6. (A)

7. A method of using a communication channel in which signals can be transmitted between a source and a destination in both directions simultaneously is called –
  • (A) Full duplex
  • (B) Half duplex
  • (C) Quarter duplex
  • (D) None of these
7. (A)

8. A sequential electronic circuit which can be placed in one out of two stable states where each state may be used to represent a binary digit is stated as –
  • (A) Integrated circuit
  • (B) Firmware
  • (C) Flip-flop
  • (D) None of these
8. (C)

9. A sequence of instruction (software) that is substituted for hardware and stored in read only memory (ROM) is called –
  • (A) Integrated circuit
  • (B) Firmware
  • (C) Flip-flop
  • (D) None of these
9. (B)

10. A technique for processing jobs on a first-come, first-served basis is –
  • (A) Last -in, first-out LIFO
  • (B) First-in, last -out FILO
  • (C) First-in, first-out FIFO
  • (D) None of these
10. (C)

11. A collection of related records is referred as –
  • (A) Field
  • (B) File
  • (C) Data
  • (D) None of these
11. (B)

12. First generation computers uses –
  • (A) Vacuum tubes
  • (B) Integrated circuits
  • (C) Transistors
  • (D) None of these
12. (A)

13. First generation computers are programmed in –
  • (A) Assembly language
  • (B) Low level language
  • (C) Middle level language
  • (D) High level language
13. (A)

14. Pertains to the fact that most computer errors are not machine errors, they are data errors caused by incorrect input data. Thus incorrect input data results in inaccurate output is referred as –
  • (A) GIGO (Garbage in - garbage out)
  • (B) FIFO (first in –first out)
  • (C) LIFO (Last in –first out)
  • (D) None of these
14. (A)

15. Keys labeled F1 to F10 on computer board are –
  • (A) Function keys
  • (B) Enter key
  • (C) Numeric key
  • (D) Alphanumeric key
15. (A)