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1
10 minute guide to lotus notes mail 4.5
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

2
10 minute guide to Microsoft exchange 5.0
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

3
10 minute guide to outlook 97
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

4
10 minute guide to schedule+ for windows 95
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

5
ActiveX programming unleashed
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

6
ActiveX programming unleashed
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

7
Advanced perl programming
http://www.hk8.org/old_web/

8
Advanced PL/SQL programming with packages
http://www.hk8.org/old_web/

9
Adventure in Prolog/AMZI
www.oopweb.com

10
Algorithms CMSC251/Mount, David
www.oopweb.com

11
Alison Balter's Mastering Access 95 development, premier ed.
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

12
Apache : The definitive guide, 3rd.ed.
http://www.hk8.org/old_web/

13
Beej's guide to network programming/Hall, Brain
www.oopweb.com

14
Beyond Linux from Scratch/BLFS Development Team
http://book.onairweb.net/computer/os/linux/Administration/Beyond_Linux_From_Scratch/

15
Borland C++ builder unleashed
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

16
Building an intranet with windows NT 4
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

17
Building an Intranet with Windows NT 4
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

18
Building expert systems in prolog/AMZI
www.oopweb.com

19
C programming language
http://book.onairweb.net/computer/pl/C/The_C_Programming_Language_by_K&R/

20
C Programming/Holmes, Steven
www.oopweb.com

21
C++ Annotations
www.oopweb.com

22
CGI developer's guide
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

23
CGI manual of style
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

24
CGI manual of style online
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

25
CGI programming
http://www.hk8.org/old_web/

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CGI programming unleashed
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

27
CGI programming with Perl, 2nd.ed.
http://www.hk8.org/old_web/

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Charlie Calvert's Borland C++ builder unleashed
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

29
Client/server computing, 2nd.ed.
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

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Client-server computing, 2nd.ed.
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

31
Common LISP, the language/Steele, Guy
www.oopweb.com

32
Compilers and compiler generators : an introduction with C++/Terry, P.D.
www.oopweb.com

33
Complete idiot's guide to creating HTML webpage
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

34
Computer graphics CMSC 427/Mount, David
www.oopweb.com

35
Configuring and troubleshooting the windows NT/95 registry
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

36
Creating commercial websites
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

37
Creating web applets with Java
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

38
Crystal Reports.NET
http://www.crystalreportsbook.com/Chapters.asp

39
Curious about the internet
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

40
Curious about the internet?
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

41
Dan appleman's developing activeX components with Visual Basic 5
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

42
Dan appleman's developing activex components with Visual Basic 5.0
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

43
Data structures CMSC420/Mount, David
www.oopweb.com

44
Database developer's guide with visual basic 4, 2nd.ed.
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

45
Database developer's guide with Visual Basic 4, 2nd.ed.
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

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Database developer's guide with Visual C++ 4, 2nd.ed.
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

47
Database developer's guide with Visual C++ 4, 2nd.ed.
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

48
Design and analysis of computer algorithms CMSC451/Mount, David
www.oopweb.com

49
Designing implementing Microsoft internet information server
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

50
Designing implementing Microsoft proxy server
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

51
Developing for netscape one
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

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Developing intranet applications with java
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

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Developing personal oracle 7 for windows 95 applications
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

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Developing personal Oracle 7 for windows 95 applications
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

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Developing professional java applets
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

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Developing professional java applets
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

57
DNS and BIND
http://www.hk8.org/old_web/

58
Doing objects with VB.NET and C#
http://vbwire.com/nl?6814

59
EAI/BPM Evaluation Series: IBM WebSphere MQ Workflow v3.3.2 & EAI Suite by
> Middleware Technology Evaluation Series, Phong Tran & Jeffrey Gosper
http://www.cmis.csiro.au/mte/reports/BPM_IBMwebsphereMQ332.htm

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Effective AWK programming
http://book.onairweb.net/computer/os/shell/Effective_AWK_Programming/

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Enterprise javabeans, 2nd.ed.
http://www.hk8.org/old_web/

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Exploring java
http://www.hk8.org/old_web/

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GNOME/Sheets, John
www.oopweb.com

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Graph theory/Prof. Even
www.oopweb.com

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Hacking java
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

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How intranets work
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

67
How intranets work
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

68
How to program visual basic 5.0
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

69
How to use HTML 3.2
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

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Html : The definitive guide
http://www.hk8.org/old_web/

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HTML 3.2 & CGI unleashed
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

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HTML 3.2 and CGI professional reference edition unleashed
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

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HTML by example
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

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Internet firewall
http://www.hk8.org/old_web/

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Intranets unleashed
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

76
Introduction to object-oriented programming using C++/Muller, Peter
www.oopweb.com

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Introduction to programming using Java/Eck, David
www.oopweb.com

78
Introduction to socket programming
http://book.onairweb.net/computer/network/An_Introduction_to_Socket_Programming/

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Java 1.1 unleashed
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

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Java 1.1 unleashed, 2nd.ed.
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

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Java 1.1 unleashed, 3rd.ed.
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

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Java 114 documentation
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

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Java AWT reference
http://www.hk8.org/old_web/

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Java by example
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

85
Java developer's guide
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

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Java developer's guide
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

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Java developer's reference
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

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Java developer's reference
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

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Java Distributed computing
http://www.hk8.org/old_web/

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Java enterprise
http://www.hk8.org/old_web/

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Java enterprise in a nutshell
http://www.hk8.org/old_web/

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Java foundation classes in a nutshell
http://www.hk8.org/old_web/

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Java fundamental classes reference
http://www.hk8.org/old_web/

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Java in a nutshell
http://www.hk8.org/old_web/

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Java in a nutshell, 3rd.ed.
http://www.hk8.org/old_web/

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Java language reference
http://www.hk8.org/old_web/

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Java security
http://www.hk8.org/old_web/

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Java servlet programming
http://www.hk8.org/old_web/

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Java unleashed
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

100
Java unleashed
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

101
Java, 2nd.ed.
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

102
_JavaScript : the definitive guide
http://www.hk8.org/old_web/

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_Javascript manual of style
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

104
_Javascript manual of style
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

105
Josh's GNU Linux Guide/Joshua
http://book.onairweb.net/computer/os/linux/Administration/Josh's_GNU_Linux_Guide/

106
Late night activex
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

107
Late night activeX
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

108
Laura lemay's 3D graphics in and VRML 2
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

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Laura lemay's activex and _VBScript
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

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Laura lemay's graphics and web page design
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

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Laura lemay's guide to sizzling websites design
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

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Laura lemay's _javascript 1.1
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

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Laura lemay's web workshop activex and _VBScript
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

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Laura lemay's web workshop Graphics web page design
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

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Laura lemay's web workshop _javascript
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

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Learning perl
http://www.hk8.org/old_web/

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Learning perl on win32
http://www.hk8.org/old_web/

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Learning the kornshell
http://www.hk8.org/old_web/

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Learning unix
http://www.hk8.org/old_web/

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Learning vi
http://www.hk8.org/old_web/

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Linux from Scratch/Beekmans, Gerard
http://book.onairweb.net/computer/os/linux/Administration/Linux_From_Scratch/

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Linux in a nutshell, 3rd.ed.
http://www.hk8.org/old_web/

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Linux kernel/Rusling, David
www.oopweb.com

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Linux network administrator's guide/Dawson, Terry
www.oopweb.com

125
Linux system administrator's survival guide
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

126
MAPI, SAPI and TAPI developer's guide
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

127
Mastering access 95 development
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

128
Microsoft access 97 quick reference
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

129
Microsoft access 97 quick reference
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

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Microsoft backoffice 2 unleashed
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

131
Microsoft excel 97 quick reference
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

132
Microsoft excel 97 quick reference
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

133
Microsoft exchange server survival guide
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

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Microsoft frontpage unleashed
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

135
Microsoft word 97 quick reference
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

136
Microsoft word 97 quick reference
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

137
Microsoft works 4.5 6-In-1
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

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More than 100 full-text e-books
http://www.allfreetech.com/EBookCategory.asp

139
Ms backoffice administrator's survival guide
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

140
Ms backoffice unleashed
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

141
Mysql and msql
http://www.hk8.org/old_web/

142
Netscape plug-ins developer's kit
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

143
Official gamelan java directory
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

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Oracle built-in packages
http://www.hk8.org/old_web/

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Oracle PL/SQL built-in pocket reference
http://www.hk8.org/old_web/

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Oracle PL/SQL language pocket reference
http://www.hk8.org/old_web/

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Oracle PL/SQL programming guide to Oracle 8 features
http://www.hk8.org/old_web/

148
Oracle PL/SQL programming, 2nd.ed.
http://www.hk8.org/old_web/

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Oracle unleashed
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

150
Oracle unleashed
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

151
Oracle web applications PL/SQL developer's introduction
http://www.hk8.org/old_web/

152
Patterns of enterprise application architecture/Fowler, Martin
http://www.awprofessional.com/catalog/product.asp?product_id={574D77DF-6ED2-BC5-A6A8-02E59CA7482D}

153
PC week : the intranet advantage
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

154
Perl 5 by example
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

155
Perl 5 quick reference
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

156
Perl 5 unleashed
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

157
Perl 5.0 CGI web pages
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

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Perl cookbook
http://www.hk8.org/old_web/

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Perl for system administration
http://www.hk8.org/old_web/

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Perl in a nutshell
http://www.hk8.org/old_web/

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Perl quick reference
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

162
Peter norton's complete guide to windows NT 4 workstations
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

163
Presenting activex
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

164
Presenting activex
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

165
Presenting javabeans
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

166
Presenting javabeans
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

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Programming perl
http://www.hk8.org/old_web/

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Programming perl, 3rd.ed.
http://www.hk8.org/old_web/

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Programming the Perl DBI
http://www.hk8.org/old_web/

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Red hat linux unleashed
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

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Running a perfect intranet
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

172
Running Linux, 3rd.ed.
http://www.hk8.org/old_web/

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Sams teach yourself java 1.1 in 24 hours/
http://book.onairweb.net/computer/sams/Sams_Teach_Yourself_Java_1.1_Programming_in_24_Hours

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Sams Teach yourself java in 21 days/Lemay, Laura
http://book.onairweb.net/computer/sams/Sams_Teach_Yourself_Java_in_21_Days/

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Sams teach yourself linux in 24 hours/Ball, Bill
http://book.onairweb.net/computer/sams/Sams_Teach_Yourself_Linux_in_24%20Hours/

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Sams teach yourself shell programming in 24 hours
http://book.onairweb.net/computer/sams/Sams_Teach_Yourself_Shell_Programming_in_24_Hours/

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Sams teach yourself TCP/IP in 14 days
http://book.onairweb.net/computer/sams/Sams_Teach_Yourself_TCP-IP_in_14_Days(SE)/

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Sed and awk
http://www.hk8.org/old_web/

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Sendmail
http://www.hk8.org/old_web/

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Sendmail desktop reference
http://www.hk8.org/old_web/

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Slackware linux unleashed
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

182
Special edition using java, 2nd.ed.
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

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Special edition using _javascript
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

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Special edition using _javascript
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

185
Special edition using _Jscript
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

186
Special edition using lotus notes and domino 4.5
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

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Special edition using Microsoft SQL server 6.5, 2nd.ed.
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

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Special edition using Microsoft visual Interdev
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

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Special edition using perl 5 for web programming
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

190
Special edition using perl for web programming
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

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Special edition using Visual Basic 4
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

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TCP/IP
http://www.hk8.org/old_web/

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Teach yourself activex programming in 21 days
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

194
Teach yourself C++ in 21 days
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

195
Teach yourself C++ in 21 days
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

196
Teach yourself CGI programming with Perl 5 in a week
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

197
Teach yourself database programming with VB5 in 21 days, 2nd.ed.
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

198
Teach yourself database programming with visual basic 5 in 21 days
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

199
Teach yourself HTML 3.2 in 24 hours
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

200
Teach yourself HTML 3.2 in 24 hours
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

201
Teach yourself internet game programming with java in 21 days
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

202
Teach yourself java 1.1 programming in 24 hours
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

203
Teach yourself jave in café in 21 days
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.tm

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Teach yourself Microsoft visual Interdev in 21 days
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

205
Teach yourself Microsoft visual Interdev in 21 days
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

206
Teach yourself oracle 8 in 21 days
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

207
Teach yourself perl 5 in 21 days
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

208
Teach yourself perl 5 in 21 days, 2nd.ed.
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

209
Teach yourself SQL in 21 days
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

210
Teach yourself SQL in 21 days, 2nd.ed.
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

211
Teach yourself TCP/IP in 14 days
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

212
Teach yourself TCP/IP in 14 days, 2nd.ed.
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

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Teach yourself the Internet in 24 hours
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

214
Teach yourself the internet in 24 hours
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

215
Teach yourself _VBScript in 21 days
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

216
Teach yourself _VBScript in 21 days
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

217
Teach yourself visual basic 5 in 24 hours
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

218
Teach yourself Visual Basic 5 in 24 hours
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

219
Teach yourself Visual J++ in 21 days
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

220
Teach yourself web publishing with HTML 3.2 in 14 days
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

221
Teach yourself web publishing with HTML in 14 days
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

222
Thinking in C++
http://www.mindview.net/Books

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Thinking in C++/Eckel, Bruce - Vol.I, 2nd.ed.
www.oopweb.com

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Thinking in C++/Eckel, Bruce - Vol.II, 2nd.ed.
www.oopweb.com

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Thinking in Enterprise Java
http://www.mindview.net/Books

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Thinking in Java, 2nd.ed.
www.oopweb.com

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Thinking in Java, 3rd.ed. (pdf)
http://www.mindview.net/Books

228
Tricks of the internet gurus
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

229
Tricks of the java programming gurus
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

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Unix and internet security
http://www.hk8.org/old_web/

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Unix hints and hacks/Waingrow, Kirk
http://book.onairweb.net/computer/os/unix/Administration/UNIX_Hints_&_Hacks/19270001..htm

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Unix in a nutshell
http://www.hk8.org/old_web/

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Unix kornshell quick reference
http://book.onairweb.net/computer/os/shell/Unix_KornShell_Quick_Reference/kornShell.html

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Unix power tools
http://www.hk8.org/old_web/

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Unix shell guide
http://book.onairweb.net/computer/os/shell/The_UNIX_Shell_Guide/

236
Unix unleashed
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

237
Unix unleashed
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

238
Unix unleashed Internet Ed./Burk, Robin
http://book.onairweb.net/computer/os/unix/Administration/UNIX_Unleashed(Internet_Edition)/fm.htm

239
Unix unleashed, System administrator's Edition
http://book.onairweb.net/computer/os/unix/Administration/UNIX_Unleashed_System_Administrator's_Edition/toc.htm

240
Unix Unleashed/Sams Publication
http://book.onairweb.net/computer/os/unix/Administration/UNIX_Unleashed/

241
Upgrading PCs illustrated
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

242
Using windows NT workstation 4.0
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

243
_VBScript unleashed
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

244
_Vbscript unleashed
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

245
Visual basic 4 in 12 easy lessons
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

246
Visual basic 4 unleashed
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

247
Visual Basic 5 night school
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

248
Visual basic programming in 12 easy lessons
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

249
Visual Basic programming in 12 easy lessons
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

250
Visual C++ 4 unleashed
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

251
Visual C++ programming in 12 easy lessons
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

252
Web database developer's guide with visual basic 5
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

253
Web database developer's guide with visual basic 5
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

254
Web programming desktop reference 6-in-1
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm
1
10 minute guide to lotus notes mail 4.5
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

2
10 minute guide to Microsoft exchange 5.0
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

3
10 minute guide to outlook 97
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

4
10 minute guide to schedule+ for windows 95
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

5
ActiveX programming unleashed
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

6
ActiveX programming unleashed
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

7
Advanced perl programming
http://www.hk8.org/old_web/

8
Advanced PL/SQL programming with packages
http://www.hk8.org/old_web/

9
Adventure in Prolog/AMZI
www.oopweb.com

10
Algorithms CMSC251/Mount, David
www.oopweb.com

11
Alison Balter's Mastering Access 95 development, premier ed.
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

12
Apache : The definitive guide, 3rd.ed.
http://www.hk8.org/old_web/

13
Beej's guide to network programming/Hall, Brain
www.oopweb.com

14
Beyond Linux from Scratch/BLFS Development Team
http://book.onairweb.net/computer/os/linux/Administration/Beyond_Linux_From_Scratch/

15
Borland C++ builder unleashed
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

16
Building an intranet with windows NT 4
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

17
Building an Intranet with Windows NT 4
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

18
Building expert systems in prolog/AMZI
www.oopweb.com

19
C programming language
http://book.onairweb.net/computer/pl/C/The_C_Programming_Language_by_K&R/

20
C Programming/Holmes, Steven
www.oopweb.com

21
C++ Annotations
www.oopweb.com

22
CGI developer's guide
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

23
CGI manual of style
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

24
CGI manual of style online
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

25
CGI programming
http://www.hk8.org/old_web/

26
CGI programming unleashed
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

27
CGI programming with Perl, 2nd.ed.
http://www.hk8.org/old_web/

28
Charlie Calvert's Borland C++ builder unleashed
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

29
Client/server computing, 2nd.ed.
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

30
Client-server computing, 2nd.ed.
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

31
Common LISP, the language/Steele, Guy
www.oopweb.com

32
Compilers and compiler generators : an introduction with C++/Terry, P.D.
www.oopweb.com

33
Complete idiot's guide to creating HTML webpage
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

34
Computer graphics CMSC 427/Mount, David
www.oopweb.com

35
Configuring and troubleshooting the windows NT/95 registry
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

36
Creating commercial websites
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

37
Creating web applets with Java
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

38
Crystal Reports.NET
http://www.crystalreportsbook.com/Chapters.asp

39
Curious about the internet
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

40
Curious about the internet?
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

41
Dan appleman's developing activeX components with Visual Basic 5
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

42
Dan appleman's developing activex components with Visual Basic 5.0
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

43
Data structures CMSC420/Mount, David
www.oopweb.com

44
Database developer's guide with visual basic 4, 2nd.ed.
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

45
Database developer's guide with Visual Basic 4, 2nd.ed.
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

46
Database developer's guide with Visual C++ 4, 2nd.ed.
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

47
Database developer's guide with Visual C++ 4, 2nd.ed.
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

48
Design and analysis of computer algorithms CMSC451/Mount, David
www.oopweb.com

49
Designing implementing Microsoft internet information server
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

50
Designing implementing Microsoft proxy server
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

51
Developing for netscape one
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

52
Developing intranet applications with java
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

53
Developing personal oracle 7 for windows 95 applications
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

54
Developing personal Oracle 7 for windows 95 applications
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

55
Developing professional java applets
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

56
Developing professional java applets
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

57
DNS and BIND
http://www.hk8.org/old_web/

58
Doing objects with VB.NET and C#
http://vbwire.com/nl?6814

59
EAI/BPM Evaluation Series: IBM WebSphere MQ Workflow v3.3.2 & EAI Suite by
> Middleware Technology Evaluation Series, Phong Tran & Jeffrey Gosper
http://www.cmis.csiro.au/mte/reports/BPM_IBMwebsphereMQ332.htm

60
Effective AWK programming
http://book.onairweb.net/computer/os/shell/Effective_AWK_Programming/

61
Enterprise javabeans, 2nd.ed.
http://www.hk8.org/old_web/

62
Exploring java
http://www.hk8.org/old_web/

63
GNOME/Sheets, John
www.oopweb.com

64
Graph theory/Prof. Even
www.oopweb.com

65
Hacking java
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

66
How intranets work
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

67
How intranets work
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

68
How to program visual basic 5.0
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

69
How to use HTML 3.2
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

70
Html : The definitive guide
http://www.hk8.org/old_web/

71
HTML 3.2 & CGI unleashed
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

72
HTML 3.2 and CGI professional reference edition unleashed
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

73
HTML by example
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

74
Internet firewall
http://www.hk8.org/old_web/

75
Intranets unleashed
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

76
Introduction to object-oriented programming using C++/Muller, Peter
www.oopweb.com

77
Introduction to programming using Java/Eck, David
www.oopweb.com

78
Introduction to socket programming
http://book.onairweb.net/computer/network/An_Introduction_to_Socket_Programming/

79
Java 1.1 unleashed
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

80
Java 1.1 unleashed, 2nd.ed.
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

81
Java 1.1 unleashed, 3rd.ed.
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

82
Java 114 documentation
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

83
Java AWT reference
http://www.hk8.org/old_web/

84
Java by example
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

85
Java developer's guide
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

86
Java developer's guide
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

87
Java developer's reference
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

88
Java developer's reference
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

89
Java Distributed computing
http://www.hk8.org/old_web/

90
Java enterprise
http://www.hk8.org/old_web/

91
Java enterprise in a nutshell
http://www.hk8.org/old_web/

92
Java foundation classes in a nutshell
http://www.hk8.org/old_web/

93
Java fundamental classes reference
http://www.hk8.org/old_web/

94
Java in a nutshell
http://www.hk8.org/old_web/

95
Java in a nutshell, 3rd.ed.
http://www.hk8.org/old_web/

96
Java language reference
http://www.hk8.org/old_web/

97
Java security
http://www.hk8.org/old_web/

98
Java servlet programming
http://www.hk8.org/old_web/

99
Java unleashed
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

100
Java unleashed
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

101
Java, 2nd.ed.
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

102
_JavaScript : the definitive guide
http://www.hk8.org/old_web/

103
_Javascript manual of style
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

104
_Javascript manual of style
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

105
Josh's GNU Linux Guide/Joshua
http://book.onairweb.net/computer/os/linux/Administration/Josh's_GNU_Linux_Guide/

106
Late night activex
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

107
Late night activeX
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

108
Laura lemay's 3D graphics in and VRML 2
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

109
Laura lemay's activex and _VBScript
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

110
Laura lemay's graphics and web page design
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

111
Laura lemay's guide to sizzling websites design
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

112
Laura lemay's _javascript 1.1
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

113
Laura lemay's web workshop activex and _VBScript
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

114
Laura lemay's web workshop Graphics web page design
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

115
Laura lemay's web workshop _javascript
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

116
Learning perl
http://www.hk8.org/old_web/

117
Learning perl on win32
http://www.hk8.org/old_web/

118
Learning the kornshell
http://www.hk8.org/old_web/

119
Learning unix
http://www.hk8.org/old_web/

120
Learning vi
http://www.hk8.org/old_web/

121
Linux from Scratch/Beekmans, Gerard
http://book.onairweb.net/computer/os/linux/Administration/Linux_From_Scratch/

122
Linux in a nutshell, 3rd.ed.
http://www.hk8.org/old_web/

123
Linux kernel/Rusling, David
www.oopweb.com

124
Linux network administrator's guide/Dawson, Terry
www.oopweb.com

125
Linux system administrator's survival guide
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

126
MAPI, SAPI and TAPI developer's guide
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

127
Mastering access 95 development
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

128
Microsoft access 97 quick reference
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

129
Microsoft access 97 quick reference
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

130
Microsoft backoffice 2 unleashed
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

131
Microsoft excel 97 quick reference
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

132
Microsoft excel 97 quick reference
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

133
Microsoft exchange server survival guide
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

134
Microsoft frontpage unleashed
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

135
Microsoft word 97 quick reference
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

136
Microsoft word 97 quick reference
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

137
Microsoft works 4.5 6-In-1
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

138
More than 100 full-text e-books
http://www.allfreetech.com/EBookCategory.asp

139
Ms backoffice administrator's survival guide
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

140
Ms backoffice unleashed
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

141
Mysql and msql
http://www.hk8.org/old_web/

142
Netscape plug-ins developer's kit
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

143
Official gamelan java directory
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

144
Oracle built-in packages
http://www.hk8.org/old_web/

145
Oracle PL/SQL built-in pocket reference
http://www.hk8.org/old_web/

146
Oracle PL/SQL language pocket reference
http://www.hk8.org/old_web/

147
Oracle PL/SQL programming guide to Oracle 8 features
http://www.hk8.org/old_web/

148
Oracle PL/SQL programming, 2nd.ed.
http://www.hk8.org/old_web/

149
Oracle unleashed
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

150
Oracle unleashed
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

151
Oracle web applications PL/SQL developer's introduction
http://www.hk8.org/old_web/

152
Patterns of enterprise application architecture/Fowler, Martin
http://www.awprofessional.com/catalog/product.asp?product_id={574D77DF-6ED2-BC5-A6A8-02E59CA7482D}

153
PC week : the intranet advantage
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

154
Perl 5 by example
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

155
Perl 5 quick reference
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

156
Perl 5 unleashed
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

157
Perl 5.0 CGI web pages
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

158
Perl cookbook
http://www.hk8.org/old_web/

159
Perl for system administration
http://www.hk8.org/old_web/

160
Perl in a nutshell
http://www.hk8.org/old_web/

161
Perl quick reference
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

162
Peter norton's complete guide to windows NT 4 workstations
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

163
Presenting activex
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

164
Presenting activex
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

165
Presenting javabeans
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

166
Presenting javabeans
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

167
Programming perl
http://www.hk8.org/old_web/

168
Programming perl, 3rd.ed.
http://www.hk8.org/old_web/

169
Programming the Perl DBI
http://www.hk8.org/old_web/

170
Red hat linux unleashed
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

171
Running a perfect intranet
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

172
Running Linux, 3rd.ed.
http://www.hk8.org/old_web/

173
Sams teach yourself java 1.1 in 24 hours/
http://book.onairweb.net/computer/sams/Sams_Teach_Yourself_Java_1.1_Programming_in_24_Hours

174
Sams Teach yourself java in 21 days/Lemay, Laura
http://book.onairweb.net/computer/sams/Sams_Teach_Yourself_Java_in_21_Days/

175
Sams teach yourself linux in 24 hours/Ball, Bill
http://book.onairweb.net/computer/sams/Sams_Teach_Yourself_Linux_in_24%20Hours/

176
Sams teach yourself shell programming in 24 hours
http://book.onairweb.net/computer/sams/Sams_Teach_Yourself_Shell_Programming_in_24_Hours/

177
Sams teach yourself TCP/IP in 14 days
http://book.onairweb.net/computer/sams/Sams_Teach_Yourself_TCP-IP_in_14_Days(SE)/

178
Sed and awk
http://www.hk8.org/old_web/

179
Sendmail
http://www.hk8.org/old_web/

180
Sendmail desktop reference
http://www.hk8.org/old_web/

181
Slackware linux unleashed
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

182
Special edition using java, 2nd.ed.
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

183
Special edition using _javascript
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

184
Special edition using _javascript
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

185
Special edition using _Jscript
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

186
Special edition using lotus notes and domino 4.5
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

187
Special edition using Microsoft SQL server 6.5, 2nd.ed.
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

188
Special edition using Microsoft visual Interdev
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

189
Special edition using perl 5 for web programming
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

190
Special edition using perl for web programming
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

191
Special edition using Visual Basic 4
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

192
TCP/IP
http://www.hk8.org/old_web/

193
Teach yourself activex programming in 21 days
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

194
Teach yourself C++ in 21 days
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

195
Teach yourself C++ in 21 days
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

196
Teach yourself CGI programming with Perl 5 in a week
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

197
Teach yourself database programming with VB5 in 21 days, 2nd.ed.
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

198
Teach yourself database programming with visual basic 5 in 21 days
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

199
Teach yourself HTML 3.2 in 24 hours
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

200
Teach yourself HTML 3.2 in 24 hours
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

201
Teach yourself internet game programming with java in 21 days
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

202
Teach yourself java 1.1 programming in 24 hours
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

203
Teach yourself jave in café in 21 days
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.tm

204
Teach yourself Microsoft visual Interdev in 21 days
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

205
Teach yourself Microsoft visual Interdev in 21 days
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

206
Teach yourself oracle 8 in 21 days
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

207
Teach yourself perl 5 in 21 days
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

208
Teach yourself perl 5 in 21 days, 2nd.ed.
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

209
Teach yourself SQL in 21 days
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

210
Teach yourself SQL in 21 days, 2nd.ed.
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

211
Teach yourself TCP/IP in 14 days
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

212
Teach yourself TCP/IP in 14 days, 2nd.ed.
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

213
Teach yourself the Internet in 24 hours
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

214
Teach yourself the internet in 24 hours
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

215
Teach yourself _VBScript in 21 days
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

216
Teach yourself _VBScript in 21 days
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

217
Teach yourself visual basic 5 in 24 hours
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

218
Teach yourself Visual Basic 5 in 24 hours
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

219
Teach yourself Visual J++ in 21 days
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/

220
Teach yourself web publishing with HTML 3.2 in 14 days
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ADSL - Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line
AGP - Accelerated Graphics Port
ALI - Acer Labs, Incorporated
ALU - Arithmetic Logic Unit
AMD - Advanced Micro Devices
APC - American Power Conversion
ASCII - American Standard Code for Information Interchange
ASIC - Application Specific Integrated Circuit
ASPI - Advanced SCSI Programming Interface
AT - Advanced Technology
ATI - ATI Technologies Inc.
ATX - Advanced Technology Extended

--- B ---
BFG - BFG Technologies
BIOS - Basic Input Output System
BNC - Barrel Nut Connector

--- C ---
CAS - Column Address Signal
CD - Compact Disk
CDR - Compact Disk Recorder
CDRW - Compact Disk Re-Writer
CD-ROM - Compact Disk - Read Only Memory
CFM - Cubic Feet per Minute (ft�/min)
CMOS - Complementary Metal Oxide Semiconductor
CPU - Central Processing Unit
CTX - CTX Technology Corporation (Commited to Excellence)

--- D ---

DDR - Double Data Rate
DDR-SDRAM - Double Data Rate - Synchronous Dynamic Random Access Memory
DFI - DFI Inc. (Design for Innovation)
DIMM - Dual Inline Memory Module
DRAM - Dynamic Random Access Memory
DPI - Dots Per Inch
DSL - See ASDL
DVD - Digital Versatile Disc
DVD-RAM - Digital Versatile Disk - Random Access Memory

--- E ---
ECC - Error Correction Code
ECS - Elitegroup Computer Systems
EDO - Extended Data Out
EEPROM - Electrically Erasable Programmable Read-Only Memory
EPROM - Erasable Programmable Read-Only Memory
EVGA - EVGA Corporation

--- F ---
FC-PGA - Flip Chip Pin Grid Array
FDC - Floppy Disk Controller
FDD - Floppy Disk Drive
FPS - Frame Per Second
FPU - Floating Point Unit
FSAA - Full Screen Anti-Aliasing
FS - For Sale
FSB - Front Side Bus

--- G ---
GB - Gigabytes
GBps - Gigabytes per second or Gigabits per second
GDI - Graphical Device Interface
GHz - GigaHertz

--- H ---
HDD - Hard Disk Drive
HIS - Hightech Information System Limited
HP - Hewlett-Packard Development Company
HSF - Heatsink-Fan

--- I ---
IBM - International Business Machines Corporation
IC - Integrated Circuit
IDE - Integrated Drive Electronics
IFS- Item for Sale
IRQ - Interrupt Request
ISA - Industry Standard Architecture
ISO - International Standards Organization

--- J ---
JBL - JBL (Jame B. Lansing) Speakers
JVC - JVC Company of America

- K ---
Kbps - Kilobits Per Second
KBps - KiloBytes per second

--- L ---
LG - LG Electronics
LAN - Local Area Network
LCD - Liquid Crystal Display
LDT - Lightning Data Transport
LED - Light Emitting Diode

--- M ---
MAC - Media Access Control
MB � MotherBoard or Megabyte
MBps - Megabytes Per Second
Mbps - Megabits Per Second or Megabits Per Second
MHz - MegaHertz
MIPS - Million Instructions Per Second
MMX - Multi-Media Extensions
MSI - Micro Star International

--- N ---
NAS - Network Attached Storage
NAT - Network Address Translation
NEC - NEC Corporation
NIC - Network Interface Card

--- O ---
OC - Overclock (Over Clock)
OCZ - OCZ Technology
OEM - Original Equipment Manufacturer

--- P ---
PC - Personal Computer
PCB - Printed Circuit Board
PCI - Peripheral Component Interconnect
PDA - Personal Digital Assistant
PCMCIA - Peripheral Component Microchannel Interconnect Architecture
PGA - Professional Graphics Array
PLD - Programmable Logic Device
PM - Private Message / Private Messaging
PnP - Plug 'n Play
PNY - PNY Technology
POST - Power On Self Test
PPPoA - Point-to-Point Protocol over ATM
PPPoE - Point-to-Point Protocol over Ethernet
PQI - PQI Corporation
PSU - Power Supply Unit

--- R ---
RAID - Redundant Array of Inexpensive Disks
RAM - Random Access Memory
RAMDAC - Random Access Memory Digital Analog Convertor
RDRAM - Rambus Dynamic Random Access Memory
ROM - Read Only Memory
RPM - Revolutions Per Minute

--- S ---
SASID - Self-scanned Amorphous Silicon Integrated Display
SCA - SCSI Configured Automatically
SCSI - Small Computer System Interface
SDRAM - Synchronous Dynamic Random Access Memory
SECC - Single Edge Contact Connector
SODIMM - Small Outline Dual Inline Memory Module
SPARC - Scalable Processor ArChitecture
SOHO - Small Office Home Office
SRAM - Static Random Access Memory
SSE - Streaming SIMD Extensions
SVGA - Super Video Graphics Array
S/PDIF - Sony/Philips Digital Interface

--- T ---
TB - Terabytes
TBps - Terabytes per second
Tbps - Terabits per second
TDK - TDK Electronics
TEC - Thermoelectric Cooler
TPC - TipidPC
TWAIN - Technology Without An Important Name

--- U ---
UART - Universal Asynchronous Receiver/Transmitter
USB - Universal Serial Bus
UTP - Unshieled Twisted Pair

--- V ---
VCD - Video CD
VPN - Virtual Private Network

--- W ---
WAN - Wide Area Network
WTB - Want to Buy
WYSIWYG - What You See Is What You Get

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XGA - Extended Graphics Array
XFX - XFX Graphics, a Division of Pine
XMS - Extended Memory Specification
XT - Extended Technology

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Choosing a domain name for your site is one of the most important steps towards creating the perfect internet presence. If you run an on-line business, picking a name that will be marketable and achieve success in search engine placement is paramount. Many factors must be considered when choosing a good domain name. This article summarizes all the different things to consider before making that final registration step!


Short and Sweet

Domain names can be really long or really short (1 - 67 characters). In general, it is far better to choose a domain name that is short in length. The shorter your domain name, the easier it will be for people remember. Remembering a domain name is very important from a marketability perspective. As visitors reach your site and enjoy using it, they will likely tell people about it. And those people may tell others, etc. As with any business, word of mouth is the most powerful marketing tool to drive traffic to your site (and it's free too!). If your site is long and difficult to pronounce, people will not remember the name of the site and unless they bookmark the link, they may never return.


Consider Alternatives

Unless a visitor reaches your site through a bookmark or a link from another site, they have typed in your domain name. Most people on the internet are terrible typists and misspell words constantly. If your domain name is easy to misspell, you should think about alternate domain names to purchase. For example, if your site will be called "MikesTools.com", you should also consider buying "MikeTools.com" and "MikeTool.com". You should also secure the different top level domain names besides the one you will use for marketing purposes ("MikesTools.net", "MikesTools.org", etc.) You should also check to see if there are existing sites based on the misspelled version of the domain name you are considering. "MikesTools.com" may be available, but "MikesTool.com" may be home to a graphic pornography site. You would hate for a visitor to walk away thinking you were hosting something they did not expect.

Also consider domain names that may not include the name of your company, but rather what your company provides. For example, if the name of your company is Mike's Tools, you may want to consider domain names that target what you sell. For example: "buyhammers.com" or "hammer-and-nail.com". Even though these example alternative domain names do not include the name of your company, it provides an avenue for visitors from your target markets. Remember that you can own multiple domain names, all of which can point to a single domain. For example, you could register "buyhammers.com", "hammer-and-nail.com", and "mikestools.com" and have "buyhammers.com" and "hammer-and-nail.com" point to "mikestools.com".


Hyphens: Your Friend and Enemy

Domain name availability has become more and more scant over the years. Many single word domain names have been scooped up which it makes it more and more difficult to find a domain name that you like and is available. When selecting a domain name, you have the option of including hyphens as part of the name. Hyphens help because it allows you to clearly separate multiple words in a domain name, making it less likely that a person will accidentally misspell the name. For example, people are more likely to misspell "domainnamecenter.com" than they are "domain-name-center.com". Having words crunched together makes it hard on the eyes, increasing the likelihood of a misspelling. On the other hand, hyphens make your domain name longer. The longer the domain name, the easier it is for people to forget it altogether. Also, if someone recommends a site to someone else, they may forget to mention that each word in the domain name is separated by a hyphen. If do you choose to leverage hyphens, limit the number of words between the hyphens to three. Another advantage to using hyphens is that search engines are able to pick up each unique word in the domain name as key words, thus helping to make your site more visible in search engine results.


Dot What?

There are many top level domain names available today including .com, .net, .org, and .biz. In most cases, the more unusual the top level domain, the more available domain names are available. However, the .com top level domain is far and away the most commonly used domain on the internet, driven by the fact that it was the first domain extension put to use commercially and has received incredible media attention. If you cannot lay your hands on a .com domain name, look for a .net domain name, which is the second most commercially popular domain name extension.


Long Arm of the Law

Be very careful not to register domain names that include trademarked names. Although internet domain name law disputes are tricky and have few cases in existence, the risk of a legal battle is not a risk worth taking. Even if you believe your domain name is untouchable by a business that has trademarked a name, do not take the chance: the cost of litigation is extremely high and unless you have deep pockets you will not likely have the resources to defend yourself in a court of law. Even stay away from domain names in which part of the name is trademarked: the risks are the same.


Search Engines and Directories

All search engines and directories are different. Each has a unique process for being part of the results or directory listing and each has a different way of sorting and listing domain names. Search engines and directories are the most important on-line marketing channel, so consider how your domain name choice affects site placement before you register the domain. Most directories simply list links to home pages in alphabetical order. If possible, choose a domain name with a letter of the alphabet near the beginning ("a" or "b"). For example, "aardvark-pest-control.com" will come way above "joes-pest-control.com". However, check the directories before you choose a domain name. You may find that the directories you would like be in are already cluttered with domain names beginning with the letter "a". Search engines scan websites and sort results based on key words. Key words are words that a person visiting a search engine actually search on. Having key words as part of your domain name can help you get better results.

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file://DragonBall/db135.rm
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More than 100 Keyboard Shortcuts
Keyboard Shorcuts (Microsoft Windows)
1. CTRL+C (Copy)
2. CTRL+X (Cut)
3. CTRL+V (Paste)
4. CTRL+Z (Undo)
5. DELETE (Delete)
6. SHIFT+DELETE (Delete the selected item permanently without placing the item in the Recycle Bin)
7. CTRL while dragging an item (Copy the selected item)
8. CTRL+SHIFT while dragging an item (Create a shortcut to the selected item)
9. F2 key (Rename the selected item)
10. CTRL+RIGHT ARROW (Move the insertion point to the beginning of the next word)
11. CTRL+LEFT ARROW (Move the insertion point to the beginning of the previous word)
12. CTRL+DOWN ARROW (Move the insertion point to the beginning of the next paragraph)
13. CTRL+UP ARROW (Move the insertion point to the beginning of the previous paragraph)
14. CTRL+SHIFT with any of the arrow keys (Highlight a block of text)
SHIFT with any of the arrow keys (Select more than one item in a window or on the desktop, or select text in a document)
15. CTRL+A (Select all)
16. F3 key (Search for a file or a folder)
17. ALT+ENTER (View the properties for the selected item)
18. ALT+F4 (Close the active item, or quit the active program)
19. ALT+ENTER (Display the properties of the selected object)
20. ALT+SPACEBAR (Open the shortcut menu for the active window)
21. CTRL+F4 (Close the active document in programs that enable you to have multiple documents open simultaneously)
22. ALT+TAB (Switch between the open items)
23. ALT+ESC (Cycle through items in the order that they had been opened)
24. F6 key (Cycle through the screen elements in a window or on the desktop)
25. F4 key (Display the Address bar list in My Computer or Windows Explorer)
26. SHIFT+F10 (Display the shortcut menu for the selected item)
27. ALT+SPACEBAR (Display the System menu for the active window)
28. CTRL+ESC (Display the Start menu)
29. ALT+Underlined letter in a menu name (Display the corresponding menu) Underlined letter in a command name on an open menu (Perform the corresponding command)
30. F10 key (Activate the menu bar in the active program)
31. RIGHT ARROW (Open the next menu to the right, or open a submenu)
32. LEFT ARROW (Open the next menu to the left, or close a submenu)
33. F5 key (Update the active window)
34. BACKSPACE (View the folder one level up in My Computer or Windows Explorer)
35. ESC (Cancel the current task)
36. SHIFT when you insert a CD-ROM into the CD-ROM drive (Prevent the CD-ROM from automatically playing)
Dialog Box Keyboard Shortcuts
1. CTRL+TAB (Move forward through the tabs)
2. CTRL+SHIFT+TAB (Move backward through the tabs)
3. TAB (Move forward through the options)
4. SHIFT+TAB (Move backward through the options)
5. ALT+Underlined letter (Perform the corresponding command or select the corresponding option)
6. ENTER (Perform the command for the active option or button)
7. SPACEBAR (Select or clear the check box if the active option is a check box)
8. Arrow keys (Select a button if the active option is a group of option buttons)
9. F1 key (Display Help)
10. F4 key (Display the items in the active list)
11. BACKSPACE (Open a folder one level up if a folder is selected in the Save As or Open dialog box)
Microsoft Natural Keyboard Shortcuts
1. Windows Logo (Display or hide the Start menu)
2. Windows Logo+BREAK (Display the System Properties dialog box)
3. Windows Logo+D (Display the desktop)
4. Windows Logo+M (Minimize all of the windows)
5. Windows Logo+SHIFT+M (Restore the minimized windows)
6. Windows Logo+E (Open My Computer)
7. Windows Logo+F (Search for a file or a folder)
8. CTRL+Windows Logo+F (Search for computers)
9. Windows Logo+F1 (Display Windows Help)
10. Windows Logo+ L (Lock the keyboard)
11. Windows Logo+R (Open the Run dialog box)
12. Windows Logo+U (Open Utility Manager)
13. Accessibility Keyboard Shortcuts
14. Right SHIFT for eight seconds (Switch FilterKeys either on or off)
15. Left ALT+left SHIFT+PRINT SCREEN (Switch High Contrast either on or off)
16. Left ALT+left SHIFT+NUM LOCK (Switch the MouseKeys either on or off)
17. SHIFT five times (Switch the StickyKeys either on or off)
18. NUM LOCK for five seconds (Switch the ToggleKeys either on or off)
19. Windows Logo +U (Open Utility Manager)
20. Windows Explorer Keyboard Shortcuts
21. END (Display the bottom of the active window)
22. HOME (Display the top of the active window)
23. NUM LOCK+Asterisk sign (*) (Display all of the subfolders that are under the selected folder)
24. NUM LOCK+Plus sign (+) (Display the contents of the selected folder)
25. NUM LOCK+Minus sign (-) (Collapse the selected folder)
26. LEFT ARROW (Collapse the current selection if it is expanded, or select the parent folder)
27. RIGHT ARROW (Display the current selection if it is collapsed, or select the first subfolder)
Shortcut Keys for Character Map
After you double-click a character on the grid of characters, you can move through the grid by using the keyboard shortcuts:
1. RIGHT ARROW (Move to the right or to the beginning of the next line)
2. LEFT ARROW (Move to the left or to the end of the previous line)
3. UP ARROW (Move up one row)
4. DOWN ARROW (Move down one row)
5. PAGE UP (Move up one screen at a time)
6. PAGE DOWN (Move down one screen at a time)
7. HOME (Move to the beginning of the line)
8. END (Move to the end of the line)
9. CTRL+HOME (Move to the first character)
10. CTRL+END (Move to the last character)
11. SPACEBAR (Switch between Enlarged and Normal mode when a character is selected)
Microsoft Management Console (MMC)
Main Window Keyboard Shortcuts
1. CTRL+O (Open a saved console)
2. CTRL+N (Open a new console)
3. CTRL+S (Save the open console)
4. CTRL+M (Add or remove a console item)
5. CTRL+W (Open a new window)
6. F5 key (Update the content of all console windows)
7. ALT+SPACEBAR (Display the MMC window menu)
8. ALT+F4 (Close the console)
9. ALT+A (Display the Action menu)
10. ALT+V (Display the View menu)
11. ALT+F (Display the File menu)
12. ALT+O (Display the Favorites menu)
MMC Console Window Keyboard Shortcuts
1. CTRL+P (Print the current page or active pane)
2. ALT+Minus sign (-) (Display the window menu for the active console window)
3. SHIFT+F10 (Display the Action shortcut menu for the selected item)
4. F1 key (Open the Help topic, if any, for the selected item)
5. F5 key (Update the content of all console windows)
6. CTRL+F10 (Maximize the active console window)
7. CTRL+F5 (Restore the active console window)
8. ALT+ENTER (Display the Properties dialog box, if any, for the selected item)
9. F2 key (Rename the selected item)
10. CTRL+F4 (Close the active console window. When a console has only one console window, this shortcut closes the console)
Remote Desktop Connection Navigation
1. CTRL+ALT+END (Open the Microsoft Windows NT Security dialog box)
2. ALT+PAGE UP (Switch between programs from left to right)
3. ALT+PAGE DOWN (Switch between programs from right to left)
4. ALT+INSERT (Cycle through the programs in most recently used order)
5. ALT+HOME (Display the Start menu)
6. CTRL+ALT+BREAK (Switch the client computer between a window and a full screen)
7. ALT+DELETE (Display the Windows menu)
8. CTRL+ALT+Minus sign (-) (Place a snapshot of the active window in the client on the Terminal server clipboard and provide the same functionality as pressing PRINT SCREEN on a local computer.)
9. CTRL+ALT+Plus sign (+) (Place a snapshot of the entire client window area on the Terminal server clipboard and provide the same functionality as pressing ALT+PRINT SCREEN on a local computer.)
Microsoft Internet Explorer Navigation
1. CTRL+B (Open the Organize Favorites dialog box)
2. CTRL+E (Open the Search bar)
3. CTRL+F (Start the Find utility)
4. CTRL+H (Open the History bar)
5. CTRL+I (Open the Favorites bar)
6. CTRL+L (Open the Open dialog box)
7. CTRL+N (Start another instance of the browser with the same Web address)
8. CTRL+O (Open the Open dialog box, the same as CTRL+L)
9. CTRL+P (Open the Print dialog box)
10. CTRL+R (Update the current Web page)
11. CTRL+W (Close the current window)

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(example-1)
main()
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That's it. In all c programs there is a main function which is followed by a { and closed by a } after a return()function.It doesn't have to be return(0) but that depends upon the type of c compiler you have. Check your compiler before you start your programming.
You saw above that puts function is used to put a whole sentence on the screen; but are there functions that will put characters on the screen/take characters: Yes and next is a table of what they are and what they do. Read them and the examples that follow.
getchar() Gets a single character from the input/keyboard.

putchar() Puts a single character on the screen.

The printf function is a function used to print the output to the screen.printf() needs to know if the output is an integer,real,etc example-2
main()
{
printf(hello);
}
Assuming hello was defined earlier say by #define hello "Hello!" the output is Hello!. But if the output is an integer then %d has to be attatched to the printf statement.
This above can be shown as printf("I am %d years old",12) which will result in the following result:I am 12 years old
The %d tells that an integer is to be placed here.
Now we will look into a function called scanf().This lets you input from the kewyboard and for that input to be taken by the program and processed.Once again it is important to tell scanf() what type of data is being scanned.
Here is an example of a program that demonstrates both scanf and printf in unison.
example-3
main() {
int count;
puts("Please enter a number: ");
scanf("%d", &count);
printf("The number is %d",count);
}
________________________________________
That concludes the first hour of your tutorial.Now this is a list of data type identifiers.

%f=float %c=char %s =s tring %e=inputs number in scientific notation.
As you saw in the first hour of our tutorial c is a language in which you program using functions. Functions are usually identified by the following characteristic:>> functionname() In c the main() function is essential. Think of it as a constant function for all your programs and all other functions can be accessed from the main().Before I show you how we do that let us have an example where we want to pause a program before the screen is changed. This would involve the foll- owing procedure:>> write a main function then use puts function to put statements on the screen like we did in section 1 above and then before the next set of puts statements declare a pause.
This is how it is done:

example-4
main()
{
puts("hello there");
puts("what is your name?")
pause()
puts("It is nice to meet you")
}
pause();
{
int move_on;
printf("press entere to continue");
move_on=getchar();
return(0);
}

This above will pause until a key is pressed on the keyboard. Granted that the above program makes no sense from a practical point of view but I want to show is the use of another function inside the main function.
C has many functions that comes with it. See your compiler manual to see what you have.Now we are going to look at conditions in c programming:>> the if command and do command.
Here is an example of th if command:

example-5
main()
{
float cost,tax,luxury,total;
luxury=0.0;
printf("Enter the cost of the item: ");
scanf("%f", &cost);
tax=cost*0.06;
if(cost>40000.0)
luxury=cost*0.005;
total=cost+tax+luxury;
printf("the total cost is %0.2f",total);
}

This is a simple example of one if statement. Another If statement is the if -else statement. This can be shown as this

example-6
if(cost >40000)
{
luxury=cost*0.005;
printf("The luxury tax is %.2f",luxury);
}
else
{
puts("There is no luxury tax for the items");
luxury=0.0;
}

Now the format a do statement is as follows:

do
{
instruction;
instruction
}
while(condition);

The format for a FOR statement is as follows:

for(initial=value;condition;increment)
instruction;

Now for an example:

example-7
main()
{
int row,column;
puts("\t\tMY Handy multipication table");
for(row=1;tow<=10;row++) { for(column=1;column<=10;column++) printf("%6d", row*column); putchar('\n'); } } The output is a multipication table of 10x10 size. example-8 main() { int temp; float celsius; char repeat; do { printf("Input a temperature:"); scanf("%d", &temp); celsius=(5.0/9.0)*(temp-32); printf(%d degrees F is %6.2f degrees celsius\n",temp, celsius); printf(("do you have another temperature?"); repeat=getchar(); putchar('\n'); } while(repeat=='y'|| repeat=='y'); } This shows you to how to use the do command for conditional programming in c. ________________________________________ Now we are in our 3rd hour. Now we will concentrate on arrays: What is a flag? A flag is an algorithm that informs the program that a certain condition has occured. example-9 main() { int temp; float celsius; char repeat; char flag; do { flag='n"; do { if(flag=='n') printf("Input a valid temperature :"); else printf("input a valid temperature,stupid:"); scanf("%d",&temp); flag='y'; } while (temp<0||temp >100);
celsius=(5.0/9.0)*(temp-32);
printf("%d degrees F is %6.2f degrees celsius\n",temp,celsius);
printf("Do you have another temperature?");
repeat=getchar();
putchar('\n');
}
while (repeat=='y' || repeat=='Y");
}

That was an example of how flags work.
What is the break command?
The break command ends the loop in which it is placed just as if the while condition, or the condition in a for loop becomes false.
How to declare an array?
An array can be defined as follows:

int temp[5]={45,56,12,98,12};

This would mean the following:

temp[0]=45....temp[4]=12

This was a single dimension array with 5 elements of the integer type.If you wanted to depict float variables just use float temp instead of int temp.
Let us now see an example of using an array for two tasks.
main()
{
int temps[31];
int index,total;
float average,celsius;
total=0.0;
for(index=0;index<31;index++) { printf("enter temperature #%d:",index); scanf("%d",&temps[index]); } for(index=0;index<31;index++) total+=temps[index]; average=total/31.0 printf("average is:%f\n\n", average); puts9"fahrenheit\tcelsius\n"); for(index=0;index<31;index++) { celsius=(5.0/9.0)*(temps[index]-32); printf("%d\t\t%6.2f\n",temps[index],celsius); } } Now I am going to show you how to pass an array. When you pass an array you are actually passing the address of the array. example-10 #define count 31 main() { int temps[count]; int index; float celsius; for(index=0; index< count;index++) { celsius=(5.0/9.0)*(heat[index]-32); printf("%d\t\t%6.2f\n",heat[index],celsius); } } ________________________________________ Now we are in the fourth hour of our tutorial.We are now going to look at 1)comparing strings 2)determining string lengths. 3) combining strings 4)structures. Comparing 2 strings:>> In c it is not possible to directly compare two strings so a statement like if (string1==string2) is not valid.
Most c libraries contain a function called the strcmp().This is used to compare two strings in the following manner.

if(strcmp(name1,name2)==0)
puts("The names are the same");
else
puts("The names are not the same.");
Determining string length.:>> This is done using the strlen() function.
a simple programming bit showing this function looks like this:
gets(name);
count=strlen(name);
printf("the string %s has %d characters",name,count);
Combining strings:>>We use the function strcpy() an example follows:

Example-11
strcpy(name,"Adam");
strcpy(name1,"and eve");
strcat(name,name1);
puts(name);
The assumption being that adam and eve are two values of the variables name1 and name2. The end result is the combination of the 2 names.
What are structures?
A structure variable is a collection of other variables comprising different types.
What are pointers?
Ponters are variables which refer to the memory locations of other variables.

This is how a structure is defined.

example-12
struct cd
{
char name[20];
char description[40];
char category[12];
float cost;
int number;
};
main()
Notice how the main function comes after the definition of the structure. In the example above the cd was a cd disk and I was writing the definition of a cd collection program.
________________________________________
Now in the fifth hour I will show you how to output your data onto a disk.After all what is the use of the program if you can't save output to a disk.
Inorder to do this we have to use a pointer. The pointer in this case is FILE. The syntax to declare a file is :FILE*file_ponter;
The link between your program, the file and the computer is established with the fopen() function using the syntax shown below:
pointer=fopen("FILENAME","mode");
For example to create a file by the name cd.dat we do the following:

FILE*cdfile;
cdfile=fopen("CD>DAT","w");
If you will be reading from the file above use "r" instead "w" in the
second sentence.
In order to rpint information use the following command:
FILE*cdfile;
cdfile=fopen("PRN","w");
A file is closed by using the fclose() command.Next we will look at an exam ple of reading from a file.

example-13
#include "stdio.h"
main()
{
FILE*fp;
int letter;
if((fp=fopen("MYFILE","r"))==NULL)
{
puts("Cannot oepn the file");
exit();
}
while((letter=fgetc(fp)) !=eof)
printf("%c",letter);
fclose(fp);
}

The eof statement means end of file and this is included in the stdio.h header file which was declared at the start of the example. The stdio.h header file is one of many that comes with your compiler. So check your compiler specifics for other header files which will help perform other functions.
Now that you went through this tutorial you should be in a position to write simple programs and save it to a disk so you can give it your friends or even your boss. In no way the depth of c can be done in 5 hours but the nut and bolts can be learned that fast.Wher e you go from there depends upon your ambitions and hard work.

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CISCO PLACEMENT PAPER

CISCO PAPER ON 26th AUGUST 2008
1. Find perimeter of a trapezium with 3 sides given and distance between parallel sides
given.
2. A triangle ABC is given, a line DE is paralel to base side and that cuts the triangle. The
ratio of area of triangle to the area of trapezium .given DE/BC=3/5.
3. Four concentric circles are given. The radius of 1st circle is x.next is 2x,then 3x and
4x. given that area b/w 2nd and 1st is A and 4th and 3rd circles being B.find ratio of A to
B
4. What is the Difference between the perimeteres of two concentric circles is 66. Find
the difference between radius
answer 10.5
5. 3/p=6,3/q=15. Find p-q
Cisco Technical questions
6. #define clrscr() 100
main()
{
clrscr();
printf(?%d?,clrscr());
}
7. which of the followin is used for avoiding network congestion
bufferin
cachin
sourcequench
all of de above
8. main()
{
int a;
printf(?%d?,scanf(%d,&a));
}
wats o/p of this pgm. What will b printed
ans :0
9. main()
{
printf(?as?);
printf(?\bhi?);
printf(?is\n?);
} wat will b printed.
10. main()
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{
unsigned short a=-1;
unsigned char b=a;
printf(?%d %d ?,a,b);
}
wat is o/p of the program
a. 65535 -1
b. 65535 65535
c. -1 -1
11. arrays base address is 1000?.array is a[5][4]..then wat is de
correct address of a[4][3]?
ans:1056
12. one packet is 64bytes..no of pkts send is 16000..then total no of bytes send is
ans 1024000
13. #define maxval 5 (programming / computer science engineering technical questions)
int main (void)
{
int i=1;
if(i-maxval)
{
printf(?inside?);
}
else
{
printf(?out?);
}
find o/p???
14. #define a 3+3
#define b 11-3
main()
{
printf(?%d?,a*b);
}
wat is o/p?????
15. A question in which segment address is given. logical address is 800. Base addresses
also given. You have 2 find physical address
16. There was a question on processor speed in nanocycles. Then it performs a instruction
in x cycles. like this..
17. main()
{
int *i;
int s=(int *)malloc(10*sizeof(int));
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for (i=0;i<10;i++) { printf(?%d?,i*i) } whats the output? SECTION 1 -- BASIC DIGITAL SECTION In order to find out stack fault of a three input nand gate how many necessary input vectors are needed ? What is parity generation ? A nand gate becomes ___ gate when used with negative logic ? What is the advantage of cmos over nmos ? What is the advantage of synchronous circuits over asynchronous circuits ? What is the function of ALE in 8085 ? A voice signal sample is stored as one byte. Frequency range is 16 Hz to 20 Hz. What is the memory size required to store 4 minutes voice signal? What will the controller do before interrupting CPU? In a normalized floating point representation, mantissa is represented using 24 bits and exponent with 8 bits using signed representation. What is range ? The stack uses which policy out of the following-- LIFO, FIFO, Round Robin or none of these ? Where will be the actual address of the subroutine is placed for vectored interrupts? Give the equivalent Gray code representation of AC2H. What is the memory space required if two unsigned 8 bit numbers are multiplied ? The vector address of RST 7.5 in 8085 processor is _______. Ans. 003C (multiply 7.5 by 8 and convert to hex) Subtract the following hexadecimal numbers--- 8416 - 2A16 Add the following BCD numbers--- 1001 and 0100 For More Placement Papes visit www.123eng.com Page 3 of 44 Get latest Fresher / Experienced Engineering Jobs at www.123eng.com Get Collection of Placement Papers of Various Companies at www.123eng.com How much time does a serial link of 64 Kbps take to transmit a picture with 540 pixels Give the output when the input of a D-flip flop is tied to the output through the XOR gate. How much time does a serial link of 64 Kbps take to transmit a picture with 540 pixels. Give the output when the input of a D-flip flop is tied to the output through the XOR gate Implement the NOR gate as an inverter. What is the effect of temperature on the Icb in a transistor What is the bit storage capacity of a ROM with a 512*4 organization? What is the reason of the refresh operation in dynamic RAM's ? Suppose that the D input of a flip flop changes from low to high in the middle of a clock pulse. Describe what happens if the flip flop is a positive edge triggered type? How many flip flops are required to produce a divide by 32 device ? An active HIGH input S-R latch has a 1 on the S input and a 0 on the R input. What state is the latch in? Implement the logic equation Y = C^BA^ + CB^A + CBA with a multiplexer. (where C^ stands for C complement) Equivalent Gray code representation of AC2H. What does a PLL consist of ? II - Software Section The starting location of an array is 1000. If the array[1..5/...4] is stored in row major order, what is the location of element [4,3]. Each word occupies 4 bytes In a tertiary tree, which has three childs for every node, if the number of internal nodes are N, then the total number of leaf nodes are Explain the term "locality of reference" ? What is the language used for Artificial Intelligence Ans: lisp What is the character set used in JAVA 2.0 ? Ans: Unicode For More Placement Papes visit www.123eng.com Page 4 of 44 Get latest Fresher / Experienced Engineering Jobs at www.123eng.com Get Collection of Placement Papers of Various Companies at www.123eng.com char a =0xAA ; int b ; b = (int) a ; b = b >> 4 ;
printf("%x",b);
What is the output of the above program segment ?
struct s1 { struct { struct { int x; } s2 } s3 }y; How does one access x in the above given
structure definition ?
Why there is no recursion in Fortran ?
Ans. There is no dynamic allocation.
What is the worst case complexity of Quick sort?
Ans. O(n2)
What will be sequence of operating system activities when an interrupt occurs ?
CISCO PAPER ON 15th JULY, 2007 AT PUNE
HI FRIENDS, I am giving you the interview questions , what they want to know from
those questions , what are idial answers I GAVE 15 COMPANIES AND CLEARED 11
APTITUDE EXAMS,4G.D.,FACING 9 TIMES INTERVIEWER.
AT LAST " CAPS GEMINI " WAS THERE FOR ME.
SIR: TELL ME SOMETHING ABOUT YOU WHICH IS NOT WRITTEN HERE IN
YOUR RESUME?
ME: I WAS 1 IN DISTRICT IN SCOLARSHIP EXAM IN 7TH, 11TH IN STATE IN
M.T.S.E. EXAM.
IDIAL: JUST TELL ANYTHING WHICH WILL IMPRESS THEM(MAY BE FALSE)
BUT WITH CONFIDENCE .(THEY DON'T NOW . ANYTHING ABOUT YOU IN
CAMPUS PLACEMENT THEY DON'T SEE YOUR FILE ALSO)AS I WAS CLASS
R REPRESENTATIVE .(IF YOU WAS PART OF ANY EVENT SAY" I WAS HEAD
OF THAT EVENT" BUT IF YOU R SO C CONFIDENT THEN ONLY)
THEIR AIM:--TO KNOW ABOUT ANY NEW QUALITY WHICH WILL
DIFFERENCIATE FROM OTHER CANDIATE AND FOURCE THEM T TAKE
YOU IN COMPANY.
SIR: WHERE WILL YOU SEE AFTER 2 YEARS ? OR WHAT ARE YOUR
FUTURE PLAN?
ME: I AM GOING TO GIVE GRE.(FOR FIRST INTERVIEW)
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IDIAL: I WANT TO BE PROJECT MANAGER OR TEAM LEADER.
THEIR AIM:--HOW MUCH LONG YOU WILL REMAIN IN COMPANY(THEY
WILL TAKE CANDIDATE WITH LONG TIME COMPANY E EMPLOYER)(#*SO
DON'T SAY GRE, CAT,GET etc.*#)(REMEMBER)
SIR: WHAT IS YOUR WEAKNESS?
ME: I GET FUSTRATED VERY EASILY.
IDIAL: I PUSH MY TEAMMATES TO DO WORK FAST.BUT I GOT TO KNOW
THAT EVERYONES SPEED IS DIFFERENT SO I GIVE WORK TO THEM
ACCORDINGLY.
THEIR AIM:--TO GET KNOW ABOUT YOUR WEAKNESS IS IT REALLY
HARMFUL TO COMPANY,BUT WE SHOULD REPRESENT THEM AS T THOSE
ARE OUR STRONG POINTS.END WITH BUT AND TELL WHAT YOU R DOING
ABOUT RECOVERING FROM WEAKENESS
SIR: WHY SHOULD WE HIRE YOU?
ME: I'M BRILLIANT ,HARDWORKING.
IDIAL: I AM GOOD ORGANISER(AS I MENTIONED WRITE IN RESUME FAKE
ACHIEVEMENT AS HEAD OF GAMING COMITY IN COLLEG EVENT . IT
SHOWS YOUR ORGANISATIONAL QUALITY WHICH COMPANY WANTS.)I
LIKE TO MAKE FRIENDS WHERE EVER I GO(THIS SHOWS YOUR ABILITY TO
MIX UP WITH TEAM)I WAS CLASS REPRESENTATIVE IN LAST YEAR(THIS
SHOWS YOUR LEADERSHIP QUALITY)
THEIR AIM:-- GOOD LEADER,GOOD TEAMMATE
SIR: DO YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS?
ME: HOW YOUR COMPANY IS GROWING SO FAST?
IDIAL : SAME(THIS QUESTION GIVE HONOUR TO THEM.THEY WILL GET
HAPPY.)
SIR : WHY DO YOU WANT TO GET IN THIS COMPANY.
ME THIS IS MY DREAM COMPANY .I THINK I CAN GROW WI TH YOUR
COMPANY MUCH FASTER.
IDIAL : SAME (THIS WILL BOOST YOUR IMAGE)
SIR: WHAT DO YOU EXPECT FROM COMPANY?
ME: FRIENDLY AND CHALLENGING ENVIRONMENT.
IDIAL: SAME..
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GD
JUST STARTING EACH TIME OR SUMMARISING IS NOT SUFFICIENT .
TRY FOR BEST.
1. JUST SPEAK TWICE BUT SUCH THAT NONE WILL TALK AT THAT
TIME .i.e. EVERYONE WILL LISTEN YOU.
2.JUST KEEP ON SHAKING YOUR HEAD TO SHOW YOUR LISTENING AND
AGREE WITH HIM .SO AT YOUR TIME HE WILL CERTAINLY LISTEN YOU.
3.IF EVERYONE TRY TO SPEAK MAKING FISH MARKET THEN JUST KEEP
ON SPEAKING"FRIENDS PLEASE CALM DOWN ,IT'S GETTING FISH MARKET.
TRY TO SPEAK ONE AT A TIME . PLZ FRIENDS PLZ"
4. IF SOMEONE WANTS TO TALK BUT NOT GETTING CHANCE THEN RAISE
YOUR VOICE N SAY"PLZ , ONE OF OUR FRIEND ALSO WANT TO SHARE
SOMETHING"N THEN POINT YOUR HAND TOWARDS HIM (NOT FINGER)
5.TRY FOR START AND SUMMARISE(YES FOR BOTH)IF NOT POSIIBLE THEM
MINIMUM SECONDLY.
I really used this at last n got placed on same day.I edited my resume n entered like
"Completed Basic Course of Art Of Living(this was fake),Certified course of discover
yourself (i had certificate)" and i was asked about that only in interview and got selected
in CAPS GEMINI.
BEST OF LUCK(with confidence)
Mahendra
CISCO PLACEMENT PAPER ON 16th DECEMBER 2006 AT BANGALORE
Hai Guys,
I attend this paper on dec16
The written test consists of 50 questions in 60 minutes there may be different sets.
1-6 on quantitative problems very easy on basics
7-11 on general English a passage will be given and 4 sentences will be given as ans
whether the data is sufficient, not sufficient, correct conclusion, full information not
given.
12-22 picture reasoning such as guess the fifth one from the four figures
23-30 missing letters in a sequence of letters very easy.
31-40 two reasoning questions r given with some
q below
41-50 some quantitative problems,3 qs on linux pl/sql ,c lang r given
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TECHNICAL INTERVIEW :
1. ALL basics they asked me
2. Binary sort explain line by line
3. Insertion sort how does it differ from binary sort explain line by line (they provide
rough sheets)
4. OSI layers and functions
5. Microcroprocessors
6. Tress, program on insertion of node in single linked list
7. Pre order, inorder,post order explain with examples
8. Sliding window protocol explain
9. Write the of a c program for printing numbers into words such as 123 (one hundred
and twenty three)
10. About my project fully explained and its applications and some qs on that
11. Why cisco
12. What u know abt cisco
It has taken 1 hr 15 min to complete the techinal round And in hr its simple no qs for me
they will explain abt the company.
CISCO PAPER ON 30th OCTOBER 2006 AT BANGALORE
50 questions,
20-general aptitude
20-electronics
10-networks and c.
duration -1hr
1) 28 shake hands were exchanged in a meeting, each person shakes hands with every
other person only once.How many people were present in the meeting?
a. 14
b. 8
c. 56
d. i dont remember.
2) There are 27 balls with one ball of heavier weight than the other balls. wats the
minimum number of weighs that can be made to determine the heavier ball?
a. 13
b. 4
c. 3
d. 2
3) Booksellors B1 B2 B3 and there are 5 secretaries S1, S2, S3, S4 and S5. A team must
made with 2 boss, 3 secretaries by satisifying certain conditions.
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- B1and S1 cannot be togather.
- S1 and S4 cannot be togather.
- B1 and B3 cannot be togather.
- S1 abd S3 cannot be togather.
Who MUST be present to make the team.
a. S1
b. B1
c. S4
d. B2
few more aptitude questions like these...
4) The one that converts a high level language code to object form is
a. Compiler
b. Interpreter.
c. xxx
d. xxx
5) The routing is done at which layer?
a. network
b. Data link
c. transport.
d. application layer.
6) adding of 1111 and 1101 requires a
a. one FA and One Ha
b. three FA
c. Three FA and One HA
d. none of these.
7) Manchester code does
a. i dont remember options.
8) Zenier diode is a
a. current regulator.
b. voltage ....
c. Power regulator
d. Voltage regulator.
9) Lightning occurs in every 6 seconds, how many will occur in 3/4 in 1 hour.(question
not framed properly)
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many electronic related questions... as i am not an electronics student i dont remember
them.
By,
Mamatha. SECTION 1 -- BASIC DIGITAL SECTION
In order to find out stack fault of a three input nand gate how many necessary input
vectors are needed ?
What is parity generation ?
A nand gate becomes ___ gate when used with negative logic ?
What is the advantage of cmos over nmos ?
What is the advantage of synchronous circuits over asynchronous circuits ?
What is the function of ALE in 8085 ?
A voice signal sample is stored as one byte. Frequency range is 16 Hz to 20 Hz. What is
the memory size required to store 4 minutes voice signal?
What will the controller do before interrupting CPU?
In a normalized floating point representation, mantissa is represented using 24 bits and
exponent with 8 bits using signed representation. What is range ?
The stack uses which policy out of the following-- LIFO, FIFO, Round Robin or none of
these ?
Where will be the actual address of the subroutine is placed for vectored interrupts?
Give the equivalent Gray code representation of AC2H.
What is the memory space required if two unsigned 8 bit numbers are multiplied ?
The vector address of RST 7.5 in 8085 processor is _______.
Ans. 003C (multiply 7.5 by 8 and convert to hex)
Subtract the following hexadecimal numbers--- 8416 - 2A16
Add the following BCD numbers--- 1001 and 0100
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How much time does a serial link of 64 Kbps take to transmit a picture with 540 pixels
Give the output when the input of a D-flip flop is tied to the output through the XOR gate.
How much time does a serial link of 64 Kbps take to transmit a picture with 540 pixels.
Give the output when the input of a D-flip flop is tied to the output through the XOR gate
Implement the NOR gate as an inverter.
What is the effect of temperature on the Icb in a transistor
What is the bit storage capacity of a ROM with a 512*4 organization?
What is the reason of the refresh operation in dynamic RAM's ?
Suppose that the D input of a flip flop changes from low to high in the middle of a clock
pulse. Describe what happens if the flip flop is a positive edge triggered type?
How many flip flops are required to produce a divide by 32 device ?
An active HIGH input S-R latch has a 1 on the S input and a 0 on the R input. What state
is the latch in?
Implement the logic equation Y = C^BA^ + CB^A + CBA with a multiplexer.
(where C^ stands for C complement)
Equivalent Gray code representation of AC2H.
What does a PLL consist of ?
II - Software Section
The starting location of an array is 1000. If the array[1..5/...4] is stored in row major
order, what is the location of element [4,3]. Each word occupies 4 bytes
In a tertiary tree, which has three childs for every node, if the number of internal nodes
are N, then the total number of leaf nodes are
Explain the term "locality of reference" ?
What is the language used for Artificial Intelligence
Ans: lisp
What is the character set used in JAVA 2.0 ?
Ans: Unicode
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char a =0xAA ;
int b ;
b = (int) a ;
b = b >> 4 ;
printf("%x",b);
What is the output of the above program segment ?
struct s1 { struct { struct { int x; } s2 } s3 }y; How does one access x in the above given
structure definition ?
Why there is no recursion in Fortran ?
Ans. There is no dynamic allocation.
What is the worst case complexity of Quick sort?
Ans. O(n2)
What will be sequence of operating system activities when an interrupt occurs ?
CISCO Y2K PAPER
---------------
1> The starting location of an array is 1000. If the array[1..5/...4] is stored
in row major order, what is the location of element [4][3]. Each work occupies
4 bytes.
2> If the number of leaves in a binary tree are N, then the total number of
internal nodes........(Assume complete binary tree)
ANS: N-1
3> The locality of reference means.............
4> If two ausigned 8 bit numbers are multiplied what is the memory space
required...............
5> The vector address of RST 7.5 is ............
ANS: 003C (multiply 7.5 by 8 and convert to hex)
6> int b = 0xAA;
b>>4;
printf("%x",b);
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What is the output of the above program....
7> struct s1 { struct { struct {int x;}s2}s3}y;
How to access x? ANS: y.s3.s2.x
8> Why there is no recursion in Fortran?
ANS: There is no dynamic location (Check this)
9> What is the worst case complexity of Quick sort?
ANS: O(n^2)
10> Quick sort uses..............
Ans: Divide and conquer
11> In a sequential search, the time it takes to search through n elements is
12> What is the size of the array declared as double * X[5]
ANS: 5* sizeof (double *)
13> A binary search tree is given and asked to write the preorder traversal
result.
14> If size of the physical memory is 2^32-1, then the size of virtual
memory......
15> S-> A0B
A-> BB|0
B-> AA|1 How many strings of length 5 are possible with the above
productions??
16> (3*4096+15*256+3*16+3). How many 1's are there in the binary representation
of the result.
ANS: 10
17> In memory mapped I/O how I/O is accessed.............
ANS: Just like a memory location (Means, I/O devices can be accessed using
the instructions like mov A,M etc...)
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18> What is the use of ALE in 8085.......
ANS: To latch the lower byte of the address.
19> If the logical memory of 8 X 1024 is mapped into 32 frames, then the number
of bits for the logical address ......
ANS: 13
20> Context free grammar is useful for...
ANS: If-then structures.
21> In ternary number representation, numbers are represented as 0,1,-1. Here
-1 is represented as - (1 bar). Then how is 352/9 represented......
1
22> There are processors which take 4,1,8,1 machine cycles respectively. If
these are executed in round robin fashion with a time quantum of 4, what is the
time it take for process 4 to complete....
ANS: 9 (10)
23> The minimum frequency of operation is specified for every processor
because......
24> In memory mapped I/O, what will happen if a device is identified with a 16
bit address and enabled by memory related control signals.....
25> The reason for preferring CMOS over NMOS is....
Ans: Low power consumption.
26> Two binary numbers A,B are given and asked to find out A-B.
27> Each character is represented by 7 bits, 1 bit is used to represent error
bit and another bit for parity. If total number of bits transmitted is
1200bits, then number of symbols that can be transmitted.......
28> One question about the setassociativity of cache..
29> Write the postfix form of the following expression...
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A+[[(B+C)+(D+E)*F]/G]
30> What is the function of the linker......
31> void f(int y)
{
struct s *ptr;
ptr = malloc (sizeof (struct)+ 99*sizeof(int));
}
struct s{
int i;
float p;
};
when free(ptr) is executed, then what will happen??
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COMPUTER AWARENESS TEST
1.In the command scanf, h is used for
Ans. Short int
2.A process is defined as
Ans. Program in execution
3.A thread is
Ans. Detachable unit of executable code)
4.What is the advantage of Win NT over Win 95
Ans. Robust and secure
5.How is memory management done in Win95
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Ans. Through paging and segmentation
6.What is meant by polymorphism
Ans. Redfinition of a base class method in a derived class
7.What is the essential feature of inheritance
Ans. All properties of existing class are derived
8.What does the protocol FTP do
Ans. Transfer a file b/w stations with user authentification
9.In the transport layer ,TCP is what type of protocol
Ans. Connection oriented
10.Why is a gateway used
Ans. To connect incompatible networks
11.How is linked list implemented
Ans. By referential structures
12.What method is used in Win95 in multitasking
Ans. Non preemptive check
13.What is meant by functional dependency
14.What is a semaphore
Ans. A method synchronization of multiple processes
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15.What is the precedence order from high to low ,of the symbols ( ) ++ /
Ans.( ) , ++, /
16.Preorder of A*(B+C)/D-G
Ans.*+ABC/-DG
18. B-tree (failure nodes at same level)
19. Dense index (index record appers for every search -key in file)
20.What is the efficiency of merge sort
Ans. O(n log n)
21.A program on swaping ( 10,5 )was given
(candidate cannot recollect)
22.In which layer are routers used
Ans.In network layer
23.In which layer are packets formed ( in network layer )
24.heap ( priority queue )
25.copy constructor ( constant reference )
26.Which of the following sorting algorithem has average sorting behavior --
Bubble sort,merge sort,heap sort,exchange sort
Ans. Heap sort
27.In binary search tree which traversal is used for getting ascending order values--
Inorder ,post order,preorder
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Ans.Inorder
28.What are device drivers used for
Ans.To provide software for enabling the hardware
29. Irrevalent to unix command ( getty)
30.What is fork command in unix
Ans. System call used to create process
31.What is make command in unix
Ans. Used forcreation of more than one file
32.In unix .profile contains
Ans. Start up program
33.In unix echo is used for ( answer C)
34.In unix 'ls 'stores contents in
Ans.inode block
QUANTITATIVE SECTION
1.In a class composed of x girls and y boys what part of the class is composed of girls
A.y/(x + y)
B.x/xy
C.x/(x + y)
D.y/xy
Ans.C
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2.What is the maximum number of half-pint bottles of cream that can be filled with a 4-
gallon can of cream(2 pt.=1 qt. and 4 qt.=1 gal)
A.16
B.24
C.30
D.64
Ans.D
3.If the operation,^ is defined by the equation x ^ y = 2x + y,what is the value of a in 2 ^
a = a ^ 3
A.0
B.1
C.-1
D.4
Ans.B
4.A coffee shop blends 2 kinds of coffee,putting in 2 parts of a 33p. a gm. grade to 1 part
of a 24p. a gm.If the mixture is changed to 1 part of the 33p. a gm. to 2 parts of the less
expensive grade,how much will the shop save in blending 100 gms.
A.Rs.90
B.Rs.1.00
C.Rs.3.00
D.Rs.8.00
Ans.C
5.There are 200 questions on a 3 hr examination.Among these questions are 50
mathematics problems.It is suggested that twice as much time be spent on each maths
problem as for each other question.How many minutes should be spent on mathematics
problems
A.36
B.72
C.60
D.100
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Ans.B
6.In a group of 15,7 have studied Latin, 8 have studied Greek, and 3 have not studied
either.How many of these studied both Latin and Greek
A.0
B.3
C.4
D.5
Ans.B
7.If 13 = 13w/(1-w) ,then (2w)
=
2
A.1/4
B.1/2
C.1
D.2
Ans.C
8. If a and b are positive integers and (a-b)/3.5 = 4/7, then
(A) b < a (B) b > a
(C) b = a
(D) b >= a
Ans. A
9. In june a baseball team that played 60 games had won 30% of its game played. After a
phenomenal winning streak this team raised its average to 50% .How many games must
the team have won in a row to attain this average?
A. 12
B. 20
C. 24
D. 30
Ans. C
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10. M men agree to purchase a gift for Rs. D. If three men drop out how much more will
each have to contribute towards the purchase of the gift/
A. D/(M-3)
B. MD/3
C. M/(D-3)
D. 3D/(M
-3M)
2
Ans. D
11. A company contracts to paint 3 houses. Mr.Brown can paint a house in 6 days while
Mr.Black would take 8 days and Mr.Blue 12 days. After 8 days Mr.Brown goes on
vacation and Mr. Black begins to work for a period of 6 days. How many days will it take
Mr.Blue to complete the contract?
A. 7
B. 8
C. 11
D. 12
Ans.C
12. 2 hours after a freight train leaves Delhi a passenger train leaves the same station
travelling in the same direction at an average speed of 16 km/hr. After travelling 4 hrs the
passenger train overtakes the freight train. The average speed of the freight train was?
A. 30
B. 40
C.58
D. 60
Ans. B
13. If 9x-3y=12 and 3x-5y=7 then 6x-2y = ?
A.-5
B. 4
C. 2
D. 8
Ans. D
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ANALYTICAL ABILITY
1.
The office staff of XYZ corporation presently consists of three bookeepers--A, B, C and
5 secretaries D, E, F, G, H. The management is planning to open a new office in another
city using 2 bookeepers and 3 secretaries of the present staff . To do so they plan to
seperate certain individuals who don't function well together. The following guidelines
were established to set up the new office
I. Bookeepers A and C are constantly finding fault with one another and should not be
sent together to the new office as a team
II. C and E function well alone but not as a team , they should be seperated
III. D and G have not been on speaking terms and shouldn't go together
IV Since D and F have been competing for promotion they shouldn't be a team
1.If A is to be moved as one of the bookeepers,which of the following cannot be a
possible working unit.
A.ABDEH
B.ABDGH
C.ABEFH
D.ABEGH
Ans.B
2.If C and F are moved to the new office,how many combinations are possible
A.1
B.2
C.3
D.4
Ans.A
3.If C is sent to the new office,which member of the staff cannot go with C
A.B
B.D
C.F
D.G
Ans.B
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4.Under the guidelines developed,which of the following must go to the new office
A.B
B.D
C.E
D.G
Ans.A
5.If D goes to the new office,which of the following is/are true
I.C cannot go
II.A cannot go
III.H must also go
A.I only
B.II only
C.I and II only
D.I and III only
Ans.D
2.
After months of talent searching for an administrative assistant to the president of the
college the field of applicants has been narrowed down to 5--A, B, C, D, E .It was
announced that the finalist would be chosen after a series of all-day group personal
interviews were held.The examining committee agreed upon the following procedure
I.The interviews will be held once a week
II.3 candidates will appear at any all-day interview session
III.Each candidate will appear at least once
IV.If it becomes necessary to call applicants for additonal interviews, no more 1 such
applicant should be asked to appear the next week
V.Because of a detail in the written applications,it was agreed that whenever candidate B
appears, A should also be present.
VI.Because of travel difficulties it was agreed that C will appear for only 1 interview.
1.At the first interview the following candidates appear A,B,D.Which of the follwing
combinations can be called for the interview to be held next week.
A.BCD
B.CDE
C.ABE
D.ABC
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Ans.B
2.Which of the following is a possible sequence of combinations for interviews in 2
successive weeks
A.ABC;BDE
B.ABD;ABE
C.ADE;ABC
D.BDE;ACD
Ans.C
3.If A ,B and D appear for the interview and D is called for additional interview the
following week,which 2 candidates may be asked to appear with D?
I. A
II B
III.C
IV.E
A.I and II
B.I and III only
C.II and III only
D.III and IV only
Ans.D
4.Which of the following correctly state(s) the procedure followed by the search
committee
I.After the second interview all applicants have appeared at least once
II.The committee sees each applicant a second time
III.If a third session,it is possible for all applicants to appear at least twice
A.I only
B.II only
C.III only
D.Both I and II
Ans.A
3.
A certain city is served by subway lines A,B and C and numbers 1 2 and 3
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When it snows , morning service on B is delayed
When it rains or snows , service on A, 2 and 3 are delayed both in the morning and
afternoon
When temp. falls below 30 degrees farenheit afternoon service is cancelled in either the A
line or the 3 line,
but not both.
When the temperature rises over 90 degrees farenheit, the afternoon service is cancelled
in either the line C or the
3 line but not both.
When the service on the A line is delayed or cancelled, service on the C line which
connects the A line, is delayed.
When service on the 3 line is cancelled, service on the B line which connects the 3 line is
delayed.
Q1. On Jan 10th, with the temperature at 15 degree farenheit, it snows all day. On how
many lines will service be
affected, including both morning and afternoon.
(A) 2
(B) 3
(C) 4
(D) 5
Ans. D
Q2. On Aug 15th with the temperature at 97 degrees farenheit it begins to rain at 1 PM.
What is the minimum number
of lines on which service will be affected?
(A) 2
(B) 3
(C) 4
(D) 5
Ans. C
Q3. On which of the following occasions would service be on the greatest number of
lines disrupted.
(A) A snowy afternoon with the temperature at 45 degree farenheit
(B) A snowy morning with the temperature at 45 degree farenheit
(C) A rainy afternoon with the temperature at 45 degree farenheit
(D) A rainy afternoon with the temperature at 95 degree farenheit
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Ans. B
4.
In a certain society, there are two marriage groups, red and brown. No marriage is
permitted within a group. On marriage, males become part of their wives groups; women
remain in their own group. Children belong to the same group as their parents.
Widowers and divorced males revert to the group of their birth. Marriage to more than
one person at the same time and marriage to a direct descendant are forbidden
Q1. A brown female could have had
I. A grandfather born Red
II. A grandmother born Red
III Two grandfathers born Brown
(A) I only
(B) III only
(C) I, II and III
(D) I and II only
Ans. D
Q2. A male born into the brown group may have
(A) An uncle in either group
(B) A brown daughter
(C) A brown son
(D) A son-in-law born into red group
Ans. A
Q3. Which of the following is not permitted under the rules as stated.
(A) A brown male marrying his father's sister
(B) A red female marrying her mother's brother
(C) A widower marrying his wife's sister
(D) A widow marrying her divorced daughter's ex-husband
Ans. B
Q4. If widowers and divorced males retained their group they had upon marrying which
of the following would be permissible ( Assume that no previous marriage occurred)
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(A) A woman marrying her dead sister's husband
(B) A woman marrying her divorced daughter's ex-husband
(C) A widower marrying his brother's daughter
(D) A woman marrying her mother's brother who is a widower.
Ans. D
5. I. All G's are H's
II. All G's are J's or K's
III All J's and K's are G's
IV All L's are K's
V All N's are M's
VI No M's are G's
Q1. If no P's are K's which of the following must be true
(A) No P is a G
(B) No P is an H
(C) If any P is an H it is a G
(D) If any P is a G it is a J
Ans. D
Q2. Which of the following can be logically deduced from the stated conditions
(A) No M's are H's
(B) No H's are M's
(C) Some M's are H's
(D) No N's are G's
Ans. D
Q3. Which of the following is inconsistent with one or more conditions
(A) All H's are G's
(B) All H's are M's
(C) Some H's are both M's and G's
(D) No M's are H's
Ans. C
Q4. The statement "No L's are J's" is
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I. Logically deducible from the conditions stated
II Consistent with but not deducible from the conditions stated
III. Deducible from the stated conditions together with the additional statements "No J's
are K's"
(A) I only
(B) II only
(C) III only
(D) II and III only
Ans. D
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SECTION 1 -- DIGITAL SECTION
1. In order to find out stack fault of a three input nand gate how many necessary input
vectors are needed ?
2. What is parity generation ?
3. A nand gate becomes ___ gate when used with negative logic ?
4. What is the advantage of cmos over nmos ?
5. What is the advantage of syncronous circuits over asynchronous circuits ?
6. What is the function of ALE in 8085 ?
7. A voice signal sample is stored as one byte. Frequency range is 16 Hz to 20 Hz. What
is the memorysize required to store 4 minutes voice signal?
8. What will the controller do before interrupting CPU?
9. In a normalised floating point representation, mantissa is represented using 24 bits and
exponent with 8 bits using signed representation. What is range ?
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10. The stack uses which policy out of the following-- LIFO, FIFO, Round Robin or
none of these ?
11. Where will be the actual address of the subroutine is placed for vectored interrupts?
12. Give the equivalent Gray code reprasentation of AC2H.
13.What is the memory space required if two unsigned 8 bit numbers are multiplied ?
14. The vector address of RST 7.5 in 8085 processor is _______.
Ans. 003C (multiply 7.5 by 8 and convert to hex)
15. Subtract the following hexadecimal numbers--- 8416 - 2A16
16. Add the following BCD numbers--- 1001 and 0100
17. How much time does a serial link of 64 Kbps take to transmit a picture with 540
pixels.
18. Give the output when the input of a D-flip flop is tied to the output through the XOR
gate.
19. Simplify the expression AB + A( B + C ) + B ( B + C )
20. Determine the logic gate to implement the foolowing terms--ABC, A+B+C
21. Implement the NOR gate as an inverter.
22. What is the effect of temperature on the Icb in a transistor
23. What is the bit storage capacity of a ROM with a 512*4 organisation?
24. What is the reason of the refresh operation in dynamic RAM's ?
25. Suppose that the D input of a flip flop changes from low to high in the middle of a
clock pulse.Describe what happens if the flip flop is a positive edge triggered type?
26. How many flip flops are required to produce a divide by 32 device ?
27. An active HIGH input S-R latch has a 1 on the S input and a 0 on the R input. What
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state is the latch in?
28. Implement the logic equation Y = C^BA^ + CB^A + CBA with a multiplexer.
(where C^ stands for C complement)
29.Equivalent Gray code reprasentation of AC2H.
30. What does a PLL consist of ?
We advice you to know the design of PLL as questions pertaining to this may be asked
SECTION 2 - SOFTWARE SECTION
1. The starting location of an array is 1000. If the array[1..5/...4] is stored in row major
order, what is the location of element [4,3]. Each word occupies 4 bytes.
2. In a tertiary tree, which has three childs for every node, if the number of internal
nodes are N, then the total number of leaf nodes are
3. Explain the term "locality of reference" ?
4. What is the language used for Artificial Intelligence
Ans: lisp
5. What is the character set used in JAVA 2.0 ?
Ans: Unicode
6. char a =0xAA ;
int b ;
b = (int) a ;
b = b >> 4 ;
printf("%x",b);
What is the output of the above program segment ?
7. struct s1 { struct { struct { int x; } s2 } s3 }y;
How does one access x in the above given structure definition ?
8. Why there is no recursion in Fortran ?
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Ans. There is no dynamic allocation.
9. What is the worst case complexity of Quick sort?
Ans. O(n2)
10. What will be sequence of operating system activities when an interrupt occurs ?
11. In a sequential search, what is the average number of comparisons it takes to search
through n elements ?
Ans: (n+1)/2.
12. What is the size of the array declared as double * X[5] ?
Ans. 5 * sizeof ( double * )
13. A binary search tree with node information as 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8 is given. Write the
result obtained on preorder traversal of the binary search tree ?
Ans : 53124768
14. If size of the physical memory is 232-1, then what is the size of the virtual
memory ?
15. S -> A0B
A-> BB|0
B-> AA|1
How many strings of length 5 are possible with the above productions?
16. (3*4096+15*256+3*16+3). How many 1's are there in the binary representation of
the result ?
Ans. 10
17. In memory mapped I/O how is I/O is accessed ?
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18. What is the use of ALE in 8085 ?
Ans To latch the lower byte of the address.
19. If the logical memory of 8 X 1024 is mapped into 32 frames, then the number of bits
for the logical address are____ ?
Ans. 13
20. Context free grammar is useful for which purpose ?
21. In ternary number representation, numbers are represented as 0,1,-1.(Here -1 is
represented as 1 bar.) How is 352/9 represented in ternary number representation?
22. There are processes which take 4,1,8,1 machine cycles respectively. If these are
executed in round robin fashion with a time quantum of 1, what is the time it take for
process 4 to complete ?
Ans. 9
23. The minimum frequency of operation is specified for every processor because......
a)for interfacing slow peripherals
b)dynamic memory refreshing.
c)to make compatible with other processor.
24. For linked list implementation , which search is not applicable ?
Ans: Binary search.
25. Each character is represented by 7 bits, 1 bit is used to represent error bit and another
bit for parity. If total number of bits transmitted is 1200 bits, then what is the number of
symbols that can be transmitted ?
Ans: 133
26. Explain set associativity of cache ?
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27. Write the postfix form of the following expression .
A+[[(B+C)+(D+E)*F]/G]
28. What is the function of the linker?
29. void f(int y)
{
struct s *ptr;
ptr = malloc (sizeof (struct)+99*sizeof(int));
}
struct s{
int i;
float p;
};
when free (ptr) is executed, then what will happen?
30. To concatenate two linked lists strings, the order is O(1) is obtained for what kind of
list?
Cisco test Conducted on 17th sunday october at bangalore there were almost 40 technical
questions and 10 analytical questions..total 50 questions.
.
Analytical questions
1.
find perimeter of a trapezium wit 3 sides given and distance b/w parallel
sides given...
2.
A tr iangle ABC is given, a line DE is paralel to base side and that cuts
the triangle.. the ratio of area of triangle to the area of trapezium .given
DE/BC=3/5..
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four concentric circles r given .the radius of 1st circle is x.next is 2x,then
3x and 4x. given that area b/w 2nd and 1st is A and 4th and 3rd circles being
B.find ratio of A to B
4.
difference b/w the perimeteres of two concentric circles is 66.find the
difference b/w radius..
ans 10.5
5.
3/p=6,3/q=15......find p-q
Technical questions.....
6.
#define clrscr() 100
main()
{
clrscr();
printf("%d",clrscr());
}
7.
which of the followin is used for avoidin network congestion
bufferin
cachin
sourcequench
all of de above
8.
main()
{
int a;
printf("%d",scanf(%d,&a));
}
wats o/p of this pgm..wat will b printed
ans :0
9.
main()
{
printf("as");
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printf("\bhi");
printf("is\n");
} wat will b printed.
10.
main()
{
unsigned short a=-1;
unsigned char b=a;
printf("%d %d ",a,b);
}
wat is o/p of the program
a. 65535 -1
b. 65535 65535
c. -1 -1
11.
arrays base address is 1000....array is a[5][4]..then wat is de
correct address of a[4][3]...
ans:1056
12.
one packet is 64bytes..no of pkts send is 16000..then total no of bytes
send is
ans 1024000
13.
#define maxval 5
int main (void)
{
int i=1;
if(i-maxval)
{
printf("inside");
}
else
{
printf("out");
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}
find o/p???
14.
#define a 3+3
#define b 11-3
main()
{
printf("%d",a*b);
}
wat is o/p?????
15.
A question in which segment address is given ..logical address
is 800..base addresses also given ..u hav 2 find physical address..
16.
There was a question on processor speed in nanocycles..then it performs
a instruction in x cycles..dont remember
17.
main()
{
int *i;
int s=(int *)malloc(10*sizeof(int));
for (i=0;i<10;i++) { printf("%d",i*i) } wats o/p Cisco Placement Sample Test Paper Some Sample questions (m.tech.) tech.--24, apti.--20 1. On cmos power( formula- P=CV*Vf 2. Lowest noise margin in which logic family-- a) TTL b) CMOS c) biCMOS d) all have same 3. If CMOS has tr(rise time)=tf.find Wp/Wn. given beta(n)=2*beta(p) For More Placement Papes visit www.123eng.com Page 36 of 44 Get latest Fresher / Experienced Engineering Jobs at www.123eng.com Get Collection of Placement Papers of Various Companies at www.123eng.com 4. gm of a transistor is proportional to a)Ic b)Vt c)1/Vt d)none 5. If A and B are given in 2's complement find A-B in decimal. 6. Set up time,hold time ,clock to Q delay time (very important) 7. .3 questions on opamp (transfer function)(2 marks each) 8. 2 questions on sequence detector (2 marks each) 9. Logic function boolean expressions(true/false) (3 question-1 mark each)probabily all false 10. In I/O mapped how do you represent memory(1 mark) 11. The design of FSM(finite state machine) will-- a) increase time of design b) increase delay c) increase power d) all of the above 12. K-map minimization 13. Phase locked loop(PLL) 1 question sachin Cisco Sample Question Paper 1. The starting location of an array is 1000. If the array[1..5/...4] is stored in row major order, what is the location of element[4][3]. Each work occupies 4 bytes. 2. If the number of leaves in a binary tree are N, then the total number of internal nodes........(Assume complete binary tree) ANS: N-1 3. The locality of reference means............. For More Placement Papes visit www.123eng.com Page 37 of 44 Get latest Fresher / Experienced Engineering Jobs at www.123eng.com Get Collection of Placement Papers of Various Companies at www.123eng.com 4. If two ausigned 8 bit numbers are multiplied what is the memory space required............... 5. The vector address of RST 7.5 is ............ ANS: 003C (multiply 7.5 by 8 and convert to hex) 6. int b = 0xAA; b>>4;
printf("%x",b);
What is the output of the above program....
7.
struct s1 { struct { struct {int x;}s2}s3}y;
How to access x? ANS: y.s3.s2.x
8.
Why there is no recursion in Fortran?
ANS: There is no dynamic allocation
9.
What is the worst case complexity of Quick sort?
ANS: O(n^2)
10.
Quick sort uses..............
Ans: Divide and conquer
11.
In a sequential search, the time it takes to search through n elements is
12.
What is the size of the array declared as double * X[5]
ANS: 5* sizeof (double *)
13.
A binary search tree is given and asked to write the preorder traversal result.
14.
If size of the physical memory is 2^32-1, then the size of virtual memory......
15.
S-> A0B
A-> BB|0
B-> AA|1 How many strings of length 5 are possible with the above productions??
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16.
(3*4096+15*256+3*16+3). How many 1's are there in the binary representation
of the result.
ANS: 10
17.
In memory mapped I/O how I/O is accessed.............
ANS: Just like a memory location (Means, I/O devices can be accessed using the
instructions like mov A,M etc...)
18.
What is the use of ALE in 8085.......
ANS: To latch the lower byte of the address.
19.
If the logical memory of 8 X 1024 is mapped into 32 frames, then the number of
bits for the logical address ......
ANS: 13
20.
Context free grammar is useful for...
ANS: If-then structures.
21.
In ternary number representation, numbers are represented as 0,1,-1. Here -1 is
represented as - (1 bar). Then how is 352/9 represented......
22.
There are processors which take 4,1,8,1 machine cycles respectively. If these are
executed in round robin fashion with a time quantum of 4, what is the time it take
for process 4 to complete....
ANS: 9
23.
The minimum frequency of operation is specified for every processor because......
24.
In memory mapped I/O, what will happen if a device is identified with a 16 bit
address and enabled by memory related control signals.....
25.
The reason for preferring CMOS over NMOS is....
Ans: Low power consumption.
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26.
Two binary numbers A,B are given and asked to find out A-B.
27.
Each character is represented by 7 bits, 1 bit is used to represent error bit and
another bit for parity. If total number of bits transmitted is 1200bits, then number
of symbols that can be transmitted.......
28.
One question about the setassociativity of cache..
29.
Write the postfix form of the following expression...
A+[[(B+C)+(D+E)*F]/G]
30.
What is the function of the linker......
31.
void f(int y)
{
struct s *ptr;
ptr = malloc (sizeof (struct)+ 99*sizeof(int));
}
struct s{
int i;
float p;
};
when free(ptr) is executed, then what will happen??
system concepts:
1.
int a[5,6]
how much memory will be allocated
2.
char p[6];
char *d[10];
ans:d=(char*)p
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3.
using LFU algorithm,how many page faults will occur of the pages r
1,2,1,3,4.
ans:1,4
4.
in which layer the bridges r used.
a)data link layer
b)session layer
c)physical layer
d)network layer
5.
#define d 10+10
main()
{ printf("%d",d*d);
}
6.
in a complete binary tree if the number of levels r 4 then the number of
nodes will be,
7.
if we delete a node from a balanced binary tree,how can we retain the
properties of balanced binary tree.
ans: by rotation at the nodes.
8.
in a k-way search tree with N keys, the number of node/no. of leaves=
9.
s->A0B
A->BB|1
B->AA|0
how many string can be constructed with length 5.
10.
in which of the following regular expression the srting contains
atleast 2 concetive 1's.
ans:(0+10)*||(0+1)*
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11.
int i,j=1;
for(i=0;i<10;i++); { j=j+1; } printf("%d %d",i,j); ans:10 11 12. static char *i; i=malloc(sizeof(char)); find the error; ans:malloc returns void 13. virtual memory address capacity depends on-- 14. main() { int i=1; fork(); fork(); fork(); printf("%d",i); } how many times i will be printed ans:8 15. question on threads 16. int i=0xaa char *p; p=(char *)i; p=p>>4;
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printf("%x",p);
ans:0x000000a;
17.
union
{ char *p;
int i;
char b;
}
main()
{
--
p=(char*)malloc(8*sizeof(char));
}
what is the size of union?
18.
enum{sunday=-1,monday,...saturday}
printf("%d %d",sizeof(wednesday),wednesday);
19.
struct x{
struct{
struct{
char ch;
} x;
}};
ans:definition wrong
20.
struct *s;
s=(struct *)malloc(10*sizeof(struct)+90*sizeof(int));
free(s);
ans:total memory deallocated
21.
one alogrithm is given:
ans:10395
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22.
func()
{ int x=1;
if(x=1)
x=1000;
else
x=10;
return x;
}
what is the return value?
ans:1000

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