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Spotting Errors

Directions (For the 8 items which follow) :

Passage - I

(i) In this section, a number of sentences are given. The sentences are underlined in three separate parts and each one is labeled (a), (b) and (c), Read each sentence to find out whether there is an error in any underlined part No sentence has more than one error. When you find an error in any one of the underlined parts (a), (b), or (c) indicate your response on the separate Answer Sheet at the appropriate space. You may feel that there is no error' response.

(ii) You are to indicate only one response for each items in your Answer Sheet. If you indicate more than one response, your answer will be considered wrong. Errors may be in grammar, word usage or idioms. There may be a word missing or there may be a word which should be removed.

(iii) You are not required to correct the error. You are required only to indicate your responses on the Answer Sheet.

Examples 'P' and 'Q' have been solved for you.

P. The young child (a)/ singed (b)/ a very sweet song (c)/ No error (d).

Q. We worked (a) / very hard (b)/ throughout the season (c)/ No error (d).

Explanation :

In item P, the word 'signed' is wrong. The letter under this part is (b), so (b) is the correct answer. Similarly for item Q, (d) is the correct answer. as the sentence does not contain any error

1. Whenever a person lost anything (a)/ the poor folk around (b)/ are suspected (c)/ No error (d).

(Ans : b)

2. Still impressive is that (a)/ we achieve this selective attention (b)/ through our latent ability to lip-read (c)/ No error (d).

(Ans : c)

3. As I entered the famous gallery (a)/ my attention was at once drawn (b)/ to the large sculpture in the corner (c)/ No error (d).

(Ans : b)

4. Everyday before (a)/ I start work for my livelihood (b)/ I do my prayer (c)/ No error (d).

(Ans : b)

5. Pooja went to her friend's house at the appointment hour; but (a)/ she was told (b)/ that her friend left half an hour earlier (c)/ No error (d).

(Ans : b)

6. Rekha is (a)/ enough old (b)/ to get married (c)/ No error (d).

(Ans : b)

7. As far as I am converned (a)/ I shall do everything (b)/ possible to help you (c)/ No error (d).

(Ans : b)

9. The person in the seat of justice (a)/ should be absolutely partial (b)/ and not treat his nearest and dearest with favour (c)/ No error (d).

(Ans : a)

Rearranging Parts of a Sentence

Direction (For the 8 items which follow)

In the following, some parts of the sentence have been jumbled up. You are required to rearrange these parts which are labeled P, Q, R and S to produce the correct sentence. Choose the proper sequence and mark in your Answer Sheet accordingly.

Example 'Z' has been solved for you.

Z. Some people believe that the effect (P)/ is very bad (Q)/ on children (R)/ of cinema (S)/.

The correct sequence should be

(a) P ? S ? R ? Q

(b) S ? P? Q ? R

(c) S ? R ? P ? Q

(d) Q ? S ? R ? P

Explanation :

The proper way of writing the sentence is "Some people believe that the effect of cinema on children is very bad" This is indicated by the sequence P ? S ? R ? Q and so (a) is the correct answer.

10. We are doing to the people (P)/ to give relief (Q)/ all we can (R)/ but more funds are needed (S)/.

The correct sequence should be

(a) P ? Q ? R ? S

(b) R ? Q ? P ? S (Ans)

(c) Q ? P ? R ? S

(d) S ? P ? Q ? R

11. The man when he was (P)/ in the office last evening (Q)/ could not finish (R)/ all his work (S)/.

The correct sequence should be

(a) P ? Q ? R ? S

(b) Q ? R ? S ? P (Ans)

(c) R ? Q ? P ? S

(d) R ? S ? P ? Q

12. The people decided they were going (P)/ how much (Q)/ to spend (R)/. on the construction of the school building (S)/.

The correct sequence should be

(a) Q ? P ? R ? S (Ans)

(b) P ? Q ? R ? S

(c) P ? R ? Q ? S

(d) S ? Q ? P ? R

13. The man said that those workers (P)/would be given a raise (Q)/ who did not go on (R)/ strike last month (S)/.

The correct sequence should be

(a) P ? Q ? R ? S

(b) P ? R ? S ? Q (Ans)

(c) Q ? P ? R ? S

(d) R ? S ? P ? Q

14. I think the members (P)/ are basically in agreement (Q)/ of the group (R)/ on the following points (S)/.

The correct sequence should be

(a) R ? Q ? P ? S

(b) S ? Q ? R ? P

(c) P ? R ? Q ? S (Ans)

(d) P ? Q ? S ? R

15. While it was true that I had (P)/to invest in industry (Q)/ some lands and houses (R)/ I did not have ready cash (S)/.

The correct sequence should be

(a) P ? Q ? R ? S (Ans)

(b) P ? R ? S ? Q

(c) S ? Q ? P ? S

(d) Q ? P ? R ? S

16. But for your help (P)/ to finish this work (Q)/ it would not have been possible (R)/ in time (S)/.

The correct sequence should be

(a) P ? R ? Q ? S (Ans)

(b) S ? P ? Q ? R

(c) R ? P ? Q ? S

(d) P ? Q ? R ? S

17. The boy in the competition (P)/who was wearing spectacles (Q)/ won many prizes (R)/ held in our college (S)/.

The correct sequence should be

(a) P ? Q ? R ? S

(b) R ? P ? S ? Q

(c) Q ? R ? P ? S

(d) Q ? P ? S ? R (Ans)

1. Write the next number in the series. 16, 13, 17, 12, 18, 11, .....

(a) 12

(b) 19 (Ans)

(c) 22

(d) 14

(e) None

Ans : See the alternate numbers.

2. If 'APPEAR' is coded as 'PAEPRA', then 'PROVIDENCE' can be coded as

(a) PROIVEDNLNE

(b) PROVPINECE

(c) RPVODINEEC (Ans)

(d) EORIVEOCEP

(e) None

Ans : The word 'APPEAR' has been coded by interchanging the two letters at a time. Hence PROVIDENCE is coded as in (C)

3. Find the next number in the series : 1, 4, 9, 61, 52, .... ?

(a) 63 (Ans)

(b) 50

(c) 55

(d) 70

(e) None

Ans : 12 = 1; 22 = 4; 32 = 9; 42 = 16. Now reversed 16 and is written as 61, 52 = 25 if reversed you get 52; the first three being single digits which even if reversed will be the same numbers.

4. If 2 * 8 = 4, 3 * 15 = 5, 4 * 24 = 6 then 5 * 40 = ?

(a) 10

(b) 8 (Ans)

(c) 6

(d) 14

(e) None

Ans : 8 ÷ 2 = 4, 15 ÷ 3 = 5, 24 ÷ 4 = 6. Hence 40 ÷ 5 = 8

5. I am seventh in the queue from either end. How many people are there in the queue ?

(a) 10

(b) 11

(c) 13 (Ans)

(d) 14

(e) None

6. Write the next number in the series : 2, 6, 9, 12, 16, 18, .......

(a) 24

(b) 23 (Ans)

(c) 32

(d) 28

(e) None

Ans : See alternate numbers.

7. Insert the missing number :

2 5 7

4 7 5

3 6

(a) 12

(b) 4

(c) 8

(d) 6 (Ans)

(e) None

Ans : See the vertical rows 2 + 4 ? 3, 5 + 7 ? 6, 7 + 5 ? 6,
2 2 2

8. A cowherd had 19 cows. All but eight died. How many will he have left ?

(a) 7

(b) 11

(c) 8 (Ans)

(d) 9

(e) None

9. The Twenty First Century will start on Ist January in the year

(a) 2001 (Ans)

(b) 2000

(c) 2101

(d) 2100

(e) None

10. Complete the series : 4, 8, 12, 16, 20, .... ?

(a) 24 (Ans)

(b) 22

(c) 18

(d) 14

(e) None

Ans : Here the difference between the successive numbers is 4. Hence, ? = 20 + 4 = 24

11. Complete the series : 23, 27, 49, ?, 72, 32

(a) 88

(b) 90

(c) 92

(d) 94 (Ans)

(e) None

12. Complete the series : 240, 240, 120, 40, ?, 2

(a) 6

(b) 8

(c) 10 (Ans)

(d) 20

(e) None

13. If JOEJB means INDIA then BSNZ means

(a) BASF

(b) ARMY (Ans)

(c) KRAL

(d) CTOA

(e) None

14. Supply the missing figure 2, 6, 12, 20, 30, .....

(a) 42 (Ans)

(b) 38

(c) 46

(d) 56

(e) None

Ans : The series has difference of 4, 6, 8, 10 and so on. Hence the missing number must be 42.

15. Find out the ODD pair :

(a) Nice - good

(b) Heavy - light (Ans)

(c) Bulky - fat

(d) Sturdy - Healthy

(e) None

16. Find out the ODD pair :

(a) 3 - 9 (Ans)

(b) 4 - 16

(c) 6 - 36

(d) 8 - 64

(e) 2 - 4

17. The sum of any 4 consecutive even numbers is divisible by a number. Can you find out the correct choice ?

(a) by 6

(b) by 8

(c) by 4 (Ans)

(d) by 3

(e) None

18. Which is the number if it comes to 15 when divided by 4 and added by 9 ?

(a) 21

(b) 26

(c) 24 (Ans)

(d) 22

(e) None

19. 36 is to 4 as 9 is to

(a) 27

(b) 1 (Ans)

(c) 5

(d) 18

(e) None

20. 91 : 7 : :

(a) 10 : 3

(b) 21 : 9

(c) 13 : 1 (Ans)

(d) 15 : 7

(e) None

What will be the output of the following code?

void main ()

{ int i = 0 , a[3] ;

a[i] = i++;

printf (“%d",a[i]) ;

}

Ans: The output for the above code would be a garbage value. In the statement a[i] = i++; the value of the variable i would get assigned first to a[i] i.e. a[0] and then the value of i would get incremented by 1. Since a[i] i.e. a[1] has not been initialized, a[i] will have a garbage value.

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2.

Why doesn't the following code give the desired result?

int x = 3000, y = 2000 ;

long int z = x * y ;

Ans: Here the multiplication is carried out between two ints x and y, and the result that would overflow would be truncated before being assigned to the variable z of type long int. However, to get the correct output, we should use an explicit cast to force long arithmetic as shown below:

long int z = ( long int ) x * y ;

Note that ( long int )( x * y ) would not give the desired effect.

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3.

Why doesn't the following statement work?

char str[ ] = "Hello" ;

strcat ( str, '!' ) ;

Ans: The string function strcat( ) concatenates strings and not a character. The basic difference between a string and a character is that a string is a collection of characters, represented by an array of characters whereas a character is a single character. To make the above statement work writes the statement as shown below:

strcat ( str, "!" ) ;

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4.

How do I know how many elements an array can hold?

Ans: The amount of memory an array can consume depends on the data type of an array. In DOS environment, the amount of memory an array can consume depends on the current memory model (i.e. Tiny, Small, Large, Huge, etc.). In general an array cannot consume more than 64 kb. Consider following program, which shows the maximum number of elements an array of type int, float and char can have in case of Small memory model.

main( )

{

int i[32767] ;

float f[16383] ;

char s[65535] ;

}

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5.

How do I write code that reads data at memory location specified by segment and offset?

Ans: Use peekb( ) function. This function returns byte(s) read from specific segment and offset locations in memory. The following program illustrates use of this function. In this program from VDU memory we have read characters and its attributes of the first row. The information stored in file is then further read and displayed using peek( ) function.

#include <stdio.h>

#include <dos.h>

main( )

{

char far *scr = 0xB8000000 ;

FILE *fp ;

int offset ;

char ch ;

if ( ( fp = fopen ( "scr.dat", "wb" ) ) == NULL )

{

printf ( "\nUnable to open file" ) ;

exit( ) ;

}

// reads and writes to file

for ( offset = 0 ; offset < 160 ; offset++ )

fprintf ( fp, "%c", peekb ( scr, offset ) ) ;

fclose ( fp ) ;

if ( ( fp = fopen ( "scr.dat", "rb" ) ) == NULL )

{

printf ( "\nUnable to open file" ) ;

exit( ) ;

}

// reads and writes to file

for ( offset = 0 ; offset < 160 ; offset++ )

{

fscanf ( fp, "%c", &ch ) ;

printf ( "%c", ch ) ;

}

fclose ( fp ) ;

}

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6.

How do I compare character data stored at two different memory locations?

Ans: Sometimes in a program we require to compare memory ranges containing strings. In such a situation we can use functions like memcmp( ) or memicmp( ). The basic difference between two functions is that memcmp( ) does a case-sensitive comparison whereas memicmp( ) ignores case of characters. Following program illustrates the use of both the functions.

#include <mem.h>

main( )

{

char *arr1 = "Kicit" ;

char *arr2 = "kicitNagpur" ;

int c ;

c = memcmp ( arr1, arr2, sizeof ( arr1 ) ) ;

if ( c == 0 )

printf ( "\nStrings arr1 and arr2 compared using memcmp are identical" ) ;

else

printf ( "\nStrings arr1 and arr2 compared using memcmp are not identical"

) ;

c = memicmp ( arr1, arr2, sizeof ( arr1 ) ) ;

if ( c == 0 )

printf ( "\nStrings arr1 and arr2 compared using memicmp are identical" )

;

else

printf ( "\nStrings arr1 and arr2 compared using memicmp are not

identical" ) ;

}

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7.

Fixed-size objects are more appropriate as compared to variable size data objects. Using variable-size data objects saves very little space. Variable size data objects usually have some overhead. Manipulation of fixed-size data objects is usually faster and easier. Use fixed size when maximum size is clearly bounded and close to average. And use variable-size data objects when a few of the data items are bigger than the average size. For example,

char *num[10] = { "One", "Two", "Three", "Four",

"Five", "Six", "Seven", "Eight", "Nine", "Ten" } ;

Instead of using the above, use

char num[10][6] = { "One", "Two", "Three", "Four",

"Five", "Six", "Seven", "Eight", "Nine", "Ten" } ;

The first form uses variable-size data objects. It allocates 10 pointers, which are pointing to 10 string constants of variable size. Assuming each pointer is of 4 bytes, it requires 90 bytes. On the other hand, the second form uses fixed size data objects. It allocates 10 arrays of 6 characters each. It requires only 60 bytes of space. So, the variable-size in this case does not offer any advantage over fixed size.

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8.

The Spawnl( ) function...

DOS is a single tasking operating system, thus only one program runs at a time. The Spawnl( ) function provides us with the capability of starting the execution of one program from within another program. The first program is called the parent process and the second program that gets called from within the first program is called a child process. Once the second program starts execution, the first is put on hold until the second program completes execution. The first program is then restarted. The following program demonstrates use of spawnl( ) function.

/* Mult.c */

int main ( int argc, char* argv[ ] )

{

int a[3], i, ret ;

if ( argc < 3 || argc > 3 )

{

printf ( "Too many or Too few arguments..." ) ;

exit ( 0 ) ;

}

for ( i = 1 ; i < argc ; i++ )

a[i] = atoi ( argv[i] ) ;

ret = a[1] * a[2] ;

return ret ;

}

/* Spawn.c */

#include <process.h>

#include <stdio.h>

main( )

{

int val ;

val = spawnl ( P_WAIT, "C:\\Mult.exe", "3", "10",

"20", NULL ) ;

printf ( "\nReturned value is: %d", val ) ;

}

Here, there are two programs. The program 'Mult.exe' works as a child process whereas 'Spawn.exe' works as a parent process. On execution of 'Spawn.exe' it invokes 'Mult.exe' and passes the command-line arguments to it. 'Mult.exe' in turn on execution, calculates the product of 10 and 20 and returns the value to val in 'Spawn.exe'. In our call to spawnl( ) function, we have passed 6 parameters, P_WAIT as the mode of execution, path of '.exe' file to run as child process, total number of arguments to be passed to the child process, list of command line arguments and NULL. P_WAIT will cause our application to freeze execution until the child process has completed its execution. This parameter needs to be passed as the default parameter if you are working under DOS. under other operating systems that support multitasking, this parameter can be P_NOWAIT or P_OVERLAY. P_NOWAIT will cause the parent process to execute along with the child process, P_OVERLAY will load the child process on top of the parent process in the memory.

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9.

Are the following two statements identical?

char str[6] = "Kicit" ;

char *str = "Kicit" ;

Ans: No! Arrays are not pointers. An array is a single, pre-allocated chunk of contiguous elements (all of the same type), fixed in size and location. A pointer on the other hand, is a reference to any data element (of a particular type) located anywhere. A pointer must be assigned to point to space allocated elsewhere, but it can be reassigned any time. The array declaration char str[6] ; requests that space for 6 characters be set aside, to be known

by name str. In other words there is a location named str at which six characters are stored. The pointer declaration char *str ; on the other hand, requests a place that holds a pointer, to be known by the name str. This pointer can point almost anywhere to any char, to any contiguous array of chars, or nowhere.

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10.

Is the following code fragment correct?

const int x = 10 ;

int arr[x] ;

Ans: No! Here, the variable x is first declared as an int so memory is reserved for it. Then it is qualified by a const qualifier. Hence, const qualified object is not a constant fully. It is an object with read only attribute, and in C, an object associated with memory cannot be used in array dimensions.

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11.

How do I write code to retrieve current date and time from the system and display it as a string?

Ans: Use time( ) function to get current date and time and then ctime( ) function to display it as a string. This is shown in following code snippet.

#include <sys\types.h>

void main( )

{

time_t curtime ;

char ctm[50] ;

time ( &curtime ) ; //retrieves current time &

stores in curtime

printf ( "\nCurrent Date & Time: %s", ctime (

&curtime ) ) ;

}

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12.

How do I change the type of cursor and hide a cursor?

Ans: We can change the cursor type by using function _setcursortype( ). This function can change the cursor type to solid cursor and can even hide a cursor. Following code shows how to change the cursor type and hide cursor.

#include <conio.h>

main( )

{

/* Hide cursor */

_setcursortype ( _NOCURSOR ) ;

/* Change cursor to a solid cursor */

_setcursortype ( _SOLIDCURSOR ) ;

/* Change back to the normal cursor */

_setcursortype ( _NORMALCURSOR ) ;

}

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13.

How do I write code that would get error number and display error message if any standard error occurs?

Ans: Following code demonstrates this.

#include <stdio.h>

#include <stdlib.h>

#include <errno.h>

main( )

{

char *errmsg ;

FILE *fp ;

fp = fopen ( "C:\file.txt", "r" ) ;

if ( fp == NULL )

{

errmsg = strerror ( errno ) ;

printf ( "\n%s", errmsg ) ;

}

}

Here, we are trying to open 'file.txt' file. However, if the file does not exist, then it would cause an error. As a result, a value (in this case 2) related to the error generated would get set in errno. errno is an external int variable declared in 'stdlib.h' and also in 'errno.h'. Next, we have called sterror( ) function which takes an error number and returns a pointer to standard error message related to the given error number.

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14.

How do I write code to get the current drive as well as set the current drive?

Ans: The function getdisk( ) returns the drive number of current drive. The drive number 0 indicates 'A' as the current drive, 1 as 'B' and so on. The Setdisk( ) function sets the current drive. This function takes one argument which is an integer indicating the drive to be set. Following program demonstrates use of both the functions.

#include <dir.h>

main( )

{

int dno, maxdr ;

dno = getdisk( ) ;

printf ( "\nThe current drive is: %c\n", 65 + dno

) ;

maxdr = setdisk ( 3 ) ;

dno = getdisk( ) ;

printf ( "\nNow the current drive is: %c\n", 65 +

dno ) ;

}

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15.

The functions memcmp( ) and memicmp( )

The functions memcmp( ) and memicmp( ) compares first n bytes of given two blocks of memory or strings. However, memcmp( ) performs comparison as unsigned chars whereas memicmp( ) performs comparison as chars but ignores case (i.e. upper or lower case). Both the functions return an integer value where 0 indicates that two memory buffers compared are identical. If the value returned is greater than 0 then it indicates that the first buffer is bigger than the second one. The value less than 0 indicate that the first buffer is less than the second buffer. The following code snippet demonstrates use of both

#include <stdio.h>

#include <mem.h>

main( )

{

char str1[] = "This string contains some

characters" ;

char str2[] = "this string contains" ;

int result ;

result = memcmp ( str1, str2, strlen ( str2 ) ) ;

printf ( "\nResult after comapring buffer using

memcmp( )" ) ;

show ( result ) ;

result = memicmp ( str1, str2, strlen ( str2 ) ) ;

printf ( "\nResult after comapring buffer using

memicmp( )" ) ;

show ( result ) ;

}

show ( int r )

{

if ( r == 0 )

printf ( "\nThe buffer str1 and str2 hold

identical data" ) ;

if ( r > 0 )

printf ( "\nThe buffer str1 is bigger than buffer

str2" ) ;

if ( r < 0 )

printf ( "\nThe buffer str1 is less than buffer

str2" ) ;

}

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