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From: yogesh0Reply 2 of 205Reply
Subject: Contributed Answer/Explanation to Q. 19
   1
   Only one return statement can be executed.

Posted at: Mon Nov 23 21:29:54 2009 (GMT)

From: suman65Reply 3 of 205Reply
Subject: Contributed Answer/Explanation to Q. 15
   String S ="275";

Posted at: Fri Nov 27 14:58:05 2009 (GMT)

From: niharReply 4 of 205Reply         View replies (1)
Subject: Contributed Answer/Explanation to Q. 1
   Applets and applications

Posted at: Sun Nov 29 15:09:38 2009 (GMT)

From: niharReply 5 of 205Reply
Subject: Contributed Answer/Explanation to Q. 4
   double x=3.142

Posted at: Sun Nov 29 15:10:13 2009 (GMT)

From: niharReply 6 of 205Reply
Subject: Contributed Answer/Explanation to Q. 9
   lang

Posted at: Sun Nov 29 15:10:30 2009 (GMT)

From: niharReply 7 of 205Reply
Subject: Contributed Answer/Explanation to Q. 21
   (f) four:42	  (g) four:4

Posted at: Sun Nov 29 15:12:50 2009 (GMT)

From: raveenasainibhondiReply 8 of 205Reply         View replies (1)
Subject: Contributed Answer/Explanation to Q. 10
   import

Posted at: Fri Dec 4 13:44:45 2009 (GMT)

From: raveenasainibhondiReply 9 of 205Reply
Subject: Contributed Answer/Explanation to Q. 10
   import

Posted at: Fri Dec 4 13:45:18 2009 (GMT)

From: raveenasainibhondiReply 10 of 205Reply
Subject: Contributed Answer/Explanation to Q. 16
   int a=integer.parseInt(str);

Posted at: Fri Dec 4 13:47:17 2009 (GMT)

From: raveenasainibhondiReply 11 of 205Reply
Subject: Contributed Answer/Explanation to Q. 17
   total=total+a;

Posted at: Fri Dec 4 13:47:37 2009 (GMT)

From: shree99Reply 12 of 205Reply
Subject: Contributed Answer/Explanation to Q. 13
   a=(0.05-(2*y*y*y))/(x-y);
   java syntax

Posted at: Sat Dec 12 08:59:12 2009 (GMT)

From: mintuReply 13 of 205Reply
Subject: Contributed Answer/Explanation to Q. 1
   Appelet and Application

Posted at: Wed Dec 30 14:43:15 2009 (GMT)

From: mintuReply 14 of 205Reply
Subject: Contributed Answer/Explanation to Q. 3
   Binary : needs sorted array , Linear : can search in unsorted array.

Posted at: Wed Dec 30 14:45:09 2009 (GMT)

From: sankumdurReply 15 of 205Reply
Subject: Contributed Answer/Explanation to Q. 29
   Look the explanation
   
   import java.io.*;
   
   
   public class temperature
   
   
   {
   
   
         public static void main(String argv[]) throws IOException
   
   
         {
   
   
                  DataInputStream input=new
   DataInputStream(System.in);
   
   
                  int ch;
   
   
                  double f,c; 
   
   
                  System.out.print("\n*****  Teperature
   Conversion  *****");
   
   
                  System.out.print("\n\n1. Celsius To
   Fahrenheit");
   
   
                  System.out.print("\n2. Fahrenheit To Celsius");
   
   
   
                  System.out.print("\n\nSelect Your Choice (1 or
   2) :: ");
   
   
                  ch=Integer.parseInt(input.readLine());
   
   
                  switch(ch)
   
   
                  {
   
   
                          case 1:
   
   
                                     
   System.out.print("\n\nInput temperature in degree centigrade :: ");
   
   
                                     
   c=Double.parseDouble(input.readLine());
   
   
                                     
   f=1.8*c+32;
   
   
                                     
   System.out.print("\n\nFahrenheit  =  "+f);
   
   
                                      break;
   
   
                            case 2:
   
   
                                     
   System.out.print("\n\nInput temperature in degree Fahrenheit :: ");
   
   
                                     
   f=Double.parseDouble(input.readLine());
   
   
                                     
   c=(5/9)*(f-32);
   
   
                                     
   System.out.print("\n\nCelsius  =  "+c);
   
   
                                      break;
   
   
                             default:
   
   
                                     
   System.out.print("\n\nWrong choice entered");
   
   
                                      break;
   
   
                     }
   
   
             }
   
   
   }        

Posted at: Mon Jan 4 12:48:22 2010 (GMT)

From: biswajitmReply 16 of 205Reply
Subject: Contributed Answer/Explanation to Q. 2
   An object that belongs to a class is said to be an instance of that class.
   The variables that the object contains are called instance variables.
   <!--
   @page { margin: 0.79in }
   P { margin-bottom: 0.08in }
   -->
   <ol>
	   <p style="margin-bottom: 0in">
	   <font face="Arial, sans-serif">class
	   Student {</font>	 
	   </p>
   </ol>
   <pre>
	      <font face="Arial, sans-serif"><font size="3">  
   String name;  // Student's name.</font></font>
   <font face="Arial, sans-serif"><font size="3">	   double
   test1, test2, test3;   // Grades on three tests.</font></font>
   <font face="Arial, sans-serif"><font size="3">	   double
   getAverage() {  // compute average test grade</font></font>
   <font face="Arial, sans-serif"><font size="3">		  
   return (test1 + test2 + test3) / 3; }</font></font>
   <font face="Arial, sans-serif"><font size="3">		       
      }  </font></font>
   </pre>
   <p>
   <font face="Arial, sans-serif">   public static void main(String
   args[])</font>
   </p>
   <p>
   <font face="Arial, sans-serif">   {</font>
   </p>
   <p style="margin-bottom: 0in">
   <font face="Arial, sans-serif">	   </font><font
   face="Arial, sans-serif"><font size="3">Student
   std;</font></font><font face="Arial, sans-serif"><font
   size="3"> </font></font>
   </p>
   <p style="margin-bottom: 0in">
   <font face="Arial, sans-serif"><font size="3">		   std
   = new Student();</font></font><font face="Arial,
   sans-serif"><font size="3">
   </font></font>
   </p>
   <p style="margin-bottom: 0in">
   <font face="Arial, sans-serif"><font size="3">		  
   System.out.println("Hello,
   "  +  std.name + ".	Your test grades are:");</font></font>
   </p>
   <pre>
	     <font face="Arial, sans-serif"><font size="3">        
      System.out.println(std.test1); </font></font><font
   face="Arial, sans-serif"></font>
   </pre>
   <pre>
   <font face="Arial, sans-serif"><font size="3">		       
		System.out.println(std.test2);</font></font>
   <font face="Arial, sans-serif"><font size="3">	  
   System.out.println(std.test3);</font></font>
   </pre>
   <pre>
   <font face="Arial, sans-serif"><font size="3">// test1, test2,
   test3 are instance variables</font></font> 
   </pre>
   <pre>
   <font face="Arial, sans-serif">}</font>
   </pre>

Posted at: Tue Jan 5 11:05:56 2010 (GMT)

From: biswajitmReply 17 of 205Reply
Subject: Contributed Answer/Explanation to Q. 5
   if-else-if construct is given in the below example
   <!--
   @page { margin: 0.79in }
   P { margin-bottom: 0.08in }
   -->
   <ol>
	   <li> 
	   <ol>
		   <p style="margin-bottom: 0in">
		   <font face="Arial, sans-serif"><span
   style="font-weight: normal">class
		   IfElseDemo {</span></font>
		   </p>
	   </ol>
	   </li>
   </ol>
   <pre>
			     <font face="Arial, sans-serif"><font
   size="3">public static void main(String[] args)
   </font></font>
   <font face="Arial, sans-serif"><font size="3">		       
	  {</font></font>
   <font face="Arial, sans-serif"><font size="3">		       
      int testscore = 76;</font></font>
   <font face="Arial, sans-serif"><font size="3">		       
      char grade;</font></font>
   <font face="Arial, sans-serif"><font size="3">		       
	      if (testscore >= 90) grade = 'A';</font></font>
   <font face="Arial, sans-serif"><font size="3">		       
      else if (testscore >= 80) grade = 'B';</font></font>
   <font face="Arial, sans-serif"><font size="3">		       
	      else if (testscore >= 70) grade =
   'C';</font></font>
   <font face="Arial, sans-serif"><font size="3">		       
	      else if (testscore >= 60) grade =
   'D';</font></font>
   <font face="Arial, sans-serif"><font size="3">		       
      else  grade = 'F';</font></font>
   <font face="Arial, sans-serif"><font size="3">		  
   </font></font><font face="Arial, sans-serif"><font
   size="3">        System.out.println("Grade = " +
   grade);</font></font>
   <font face="Arial, sans-serif"><font size="3">		       
      }</font></font>
   <font face="Arial, sans-serif"><font size="3">		  
   }</font></font>
   <font face="Arial, sans-serif"><font size="3">		   O/P
   : Grade= C</font></font>
   </pre>

Posted at: Tue Jan 5 11:08:08 2010 (GMT)

From: biswajitmReply 18 of 205Reply
Subject: Contributed Answer/Explanation to Q. 6
   Formal parameters are the parameters as they are known in the function
   definition. Actual parameters (also known as arguments) are what are passed
   by the caller.
   <!--
   @page { margin: 0.79in }
   P { margin-bottom: 0.08in }
   -->
   <p>
   <font face="Arial, sans-serif">For example, in the following code,
   a and b are the formal parameters, and x and y are the actual
   parameters: <br />
   </font>
   </p>
   <p>
   <font face="Arial, sans-serif">int max(int a, int b) { <br />
   if (a > b) return
   a; <br />
   else return b; <br />
   } </font>
   </p>
   <p>
   <font face="Arial, sans-serif">int m = max(x, y); </font>
   </p>

Posted at: Tue Jan 5 11:09:25 2010 (GMT)

From: biswajitmReply 19 of 205Reply
Subject: Contributed Answer/Explanation to Q. 11
   Math Class
   <p>
   <font
   color="#7f0055"><strong>public class </strong></font>
   <font color="#000080">mathclass{<br />
   </font>
   <font color="#ffffff">  </font><font
   color="#7f0055"><strong>public static </strong></font>
   ;<font
   color="#7f0055"><strong>void </strong></font><font
   color="#000080">main(String[] args){<br />
   </font>
   <font color="#ffffff">    </font><font
   color="#3f7f5f">//E and round()</font><br />
   <font color="#ffffff">    </font><font
   color="#000080">System.out.println(</font><font
   color="#2a00ff">"e = " </font><font
   color="#000080">+ Math.round(Math.E*</font><font
   color="#990000">100</font><font
   color="#000080">)/</font><font
   color="#990000">100f</font><font color="#000080">);<br
   />
   </font>
   <font color="#ffffff">    </font><font
   color="#3f7f5f">//PI</font><br />
   <font color="#ffffff">   </font><font
   color="#000080"> System.out.println(</font><font
   color="#2a00ff">"pi = " </font><font
   color="#000080">+ Math.round(Math.PI*</font><font
   color="#990000">100</font><font
   color="#000080">)/</font><font
   color="#990000">100f</font><font color="#000080">);<br
   />
   </font>
   <font color="#ffffff">    </font><font
   color="#3f7f5f">//abs()</font><br />
   <font color="#ffffff">    </font><font
   color="#000080">System.out.println(</font><font
   color="#2a00ff">"Absolute number = " </font><font
   color="#000080">+ Math.abs(Math.PI));<br />
   </font><font color="#ffffff">   </font><font
   color="#3f7f5f">//ceil()</font><br />
   <font color="#ffffff">    </font><font
   color="#000080">System.out.println(</font><font
   color="#2a00ff">"Smallest value but greater than </font>
   </p>
   <p>
   <font color="#2a00ff">                        
   the argument = " </font><font
   color="#000080">+ Math.ceil(Math.PI));<br />
   </font><font color="#ffffff">  </font><font
   color="#3f7f5f">//exp()</font><br />
   <font color="#ffffff">    </font><font
   color="#000080">System.out.println(</font><font
   color="#2a00ff">"Exponent number powered by </font>
   </p>
   <p>
   <font color="#2a00ff">                        
   the argument = "</font><font
   color="#000080"> + Math.exp(</font><font
   color="#990000">0</font><font color="#000080">));<br />
   
   </font>
   <font color="#ffffff">    </font><font
   color="#3f7f5f">//floor()</font><br />
   <font color="#ffffff">    </font><font
   color="#000080">System.out.println(</font><font
   color="#2a00ff">"Largest value but less </font>
   </p>
   <p>
   <font color="#2a00ff">                    
   than the argument = " </font><font
   color="#000080">+ Math.floor(Math.E));</font><br />
   <font color="#ffffff">    </font><font
   color="#3f7f5f">//IEEEremainder()</font><br />
   <font color="#ffffff">    </font><font
   color="#000080">System.out.println(</font><font
   color="#2a00ff">"Remainder = " </font><font
   color="#000080">+ </font>
   </p>
   <p>
   <font color="#000080">                       
   Math.IEEEremainder(</font><font
   color="#990000">5.3f</font><font
   color="#000000">,</font><font
   color="#990000">2.2f</font><font color="#000080">));<br
   />
   </font>
   <font color="#ffffff">    </font><font
   color="#3f7f5f">//max()</font><br />
   <font color="#ffffff">    </font><font
   color="#000080">System.out.println(</font><font
   color="#2a00ff">"Maximum Number = " </font><font
   color="#000080">+ Math.max(</font><font
   color="#990000">10</font><font
   color="#000000">,</font><font
   color="#990000">10.3</font><font
   color="#000080">));</font><br />
   <font color="#ffffff">    </font><font
   color="#3f7f5f">//min()</font><br />
   <font color="#ffffff">    </font><font
   color="#000000">System.out.println</font><font
   color="#000000">(</font><font
   color="#2a00ff">"Minimum Number = " </font><font
   color="#000080">+ Math.min(</font><font
   color="#990000">10</font><font
   color="#000000">,</font><font
   color="#990000">10.3</font><font color="#000080">));<br
   />
   </font>
   <font color="#ffffff">    </font><font
   color="#3f7f5f">//pow()</font><br />
   <font color="#ffffff">    </font><font
   color="#000080">System.out.println(</font><font
   color="#2a00ff">"Power = " </font><font
   color="#000080">+ Math.pow(</font><font
   color="#990000">10</font><font
   color="#000000">,</font><font
   color="#990000">3</font><font color="#000080">));<br />
   
   </font>
   <font color="#ffffff">    </font><font
   color="#3f7f5f">//random()</font><br />
   <font color="#ffffff">   </font><font
   color="#000080"> System.out.println(</font><font
   color="#2a00ff">"Random Number = " </font><font
   color="#000080">+ Math.random());<br />
   </font>
   <font color="#ffffff">    </font><font
   color="#3f7f5f">//rint()</font><br />
   <font color="#ffffff">    </font><font
   color="#000080">System.out.println(</font><font
   color="#2a00ff">"Closest to the Argument </font>
   </p>
   <p>
   <font color="#2a00ff">                      
   = " </font><font
   color="#000080">+ Math.rint(</font><font
   color="#990000">30</font><font color="#000080">));<br
   />
   </font>
   <font color="#ffffff">    </font><font
   color="#3f7f5f">//round()</font><br />
   <font color="#ffffff">    </font><font
   color="#000080">System.out.println(</font><font
   color="#2a00ff">"Round = "</font><font
   color="#000080"> + Math.round(Math.E));<br />
   </font>
   <font color="#ffffff">    </font><font
   color="#3f7f5f">//sqrt()</font><br />
   <font color="#ffffff">    </font><font
   color="#000080">System.out.println(</font><font
   color="#2a00ff">"Square Root = " </font><font
   color="#000080">+ Math.sqrt(</font><font
   color="#990000">400</font><font color="#000080">));<br
   />
   }<br />
   }</font>
   </p>

Posted at: Tue Jan 5 13:19:26 2010 (GMT)

From: biswajitmReply 20 of 205Reply
Subject: Contributed Answer/Explanation to Q. 14
   Answer
   income <= 10000?tax=0:tax=12;

Posted at: Tue Jan 5 13:25:26 2010 (GMT)

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