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From: sandyblr98Reply 1 of 86Reply         View replies (1)
Subject: Contributed Answer/Explanation to Q. 13
   int n[]={2,4,6,8,10}

Posted at: Wed Dec 2 15:16:55 2009 (GMT)

From: shan11Reply 2 of 86Reply
Subject: Contributed Answer/Explanation to Q. 5
   to allocate memory spaces

Posted at: Mon Dec 7 08:25:31 2009 (GMT)

From: shan11Reply 3 of 86Reply         View replies (1)
Subject: Contributed Answer/Explanation to Q. 6
   1)primitive data type

Posted at: Mon Dec 7 08:26:02 2009 (GMT)

From: shan11Reply 4 of 86Reply
Subject: Contributed Answer/Explanation to Q. 6
   1)primitive data type 
   2)non-primitive data type

Posted at: Mon Dec 7 08:26:26 2009 (GMT)

From: shan11Reply 5 of 86Reply
Subject: Contributed Answer/Explanation to Q. 7
   (a*a)+(b*b)

Posted at: Mon Dec 7 08:27:39 2009 (GMT)

From: shan11Reply 6 of 86Reply
Subject: Contributed Answer/Explanation to Q. 9
   -
   an impure function is that in which the formal parameters are the referance
   variable .the parameters it receives is of referance type .it changes the
   state of function which is known as side effects of using an impure
   function.it changes the actual parameters as well . 

Posted at: Mon Dec 7 08:31:27 2009 (GMT)

From: shan11Reply 7 of 86Reply
Subject: Contributed Answer/Explanation to Q. 12
   means that the method can be manipulated by all the classes of the same
   package.

Posted at: Mon Dec 7 08:34:48 2009 (GMT)

From: shan11Reply 8 of 86Reply
Subject: what about semicolon ?!?
   :p

Posted at: Mon Dec 7 08:36:29 2009 (GMT)

From: haifaReply 9 of 86Reply         View replies (3)
Subject: Contributed Answer/Explanation to Q. 18
   79

Posted at: Tue Dec 15 12:15:48 2009 (GMT)

From: haifaReply 10 of 86Reply
Subject: Contributed Answer/Explanation to Q. 11
   ABC

Posted at: Tue Dec 15 12:16:58 2009 (GMT)

From: vivek36Reply 11 of 86Reply
Subject: Contributed Answer/Explanation to Q. 1
   wrapping up of data and function into a single unit

Posted at: Wed Dec 23 17:21:29 2009 (GMT)

From: roshnirulzzzReply 12 of 86Reply
Subject: Contributed Answer/Explanation to Q. 16
   200
   
   1600+550 > 1750
   
   
   yes
   
   
   therefore true
   
   
   the value after the semicolen is for tru or false...
   
   
   so if ans is true..then we take the second value after the semicolen..

Posted at: Sat Jan 2 16:20:10 2010 (GMT)

From: roshnirulzzzReply 13 of 86Reply
Subject: Contributed Answer/Explanation to Q. 8
   -
   
   math.sqrt(x,3)+math.sqrt(y,3)-((x*y)/z)

Posted at: Sat Jan 2 16:23:22 2010 (GMT)

From: ratchetReply 14 of 86Reply
Subject: Contributed Answer/Explanation to Q. 4
   A wrapper class is a function used to convert a non primitive data type into
   a primitive data type.  
   
   For exaple a String variable into an integer variable
   
   
    
   
   
   String x ="95";  // A String variable with integer value
   
   
   function....
   
   
   int y=Integer.parseInt(x); 

Posted at: Tue Jan 26 02:18:34 2010 (GMT)

From: ratchetReply 15 of 86Reply
Subject: Contributed Answer/Explanation to Q. 7
   It also can be done by using Math function for example
   Math.pow(a,2)+Math.pow(b,2);

Posted at: Tue Jan 26 02:20:41 2010 (GMT)

From: ratchetReply 16 of 86Reply
Subject: giving a wrong answer
   I will give the actual answer

Posted at: Tue Jan 26 02:25:48 2010 (GMT)

From: ratchetReply 17 of 86Reply
Subject: Re: Contributed Answer/Explanation to Q. 18
   > 79
   >

Posted at: Tue Jan 26 02:26:33 2010 (GMT)

From: ratchetReply 18 of 86Reply
Subject: Contributed Answer/Explanation to Q. 18
   The correct answer.
   29+40+29=98

Posted at: Tue Jan 26 02:27:52 2010 (GMT)

From: dj_glitzzzReply 19 of 86Reply
Subject: Contributed Answer/Explanation to Q. 8
   z= Math.pow(x,3)+Math.pow(y,3)-((x*y)/z)

Posted at: Tue Jan 26 13:27:48 2010 (GMT)

From: dj_glitzzzReply 20 of 86Reply
Subject: Contributed Answer/Explanation to Q. 14
   when one function name has several  function definitions in the same
   program, but different no. and type of arguments, the function is said to be
   overloaded. the process of calling an overloaded funtion is known as
   function overloading. 

Posted at: Tue Jan 26 13:34:12 2010 (GMT)

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