TMA3/CIT102 – Software Application Skill

TMA Quiz Questions
Matric Number:  SCORE 10.00
CIT102 – Software Application Skill
1 A compiler translates the original program, called the Source Program into what is called the _______
2 ________ languages help programmers to solve a problem by indicating the procedures to be used by the computer.
3 ______ languages are the machine-independent languages.
4 ________ language was developed to use symbolic names or mnemonics to alleviate some of the difficulties in using Machine language.
5 A ________ language is the only language the computer actually understands.
6 An/A ______ is a collection of computer programs that helps you to run other programs and manage other devices on the computer system.
7 _______ is an OS that allows you to run only one program in the Main Memory and processed at a time.
8 A _______ OS supports many users to share the same resources or devices of the computer system simultaneously.
9 Windows Operating System is a typical example of OS that runs programs and arranges them in _________
10 _________ simply a graphical representation of a program, a file or a program activity which you can just double-click to run or open.
11 The ______ phase of computer programming consists of debugging or removing the program errors and the program testing.
12 The third phase of computer programming is also called the starting point of ___________
13 In computer programming the ________ stage is where you as a programmer, plan the logic of the solution.
14 In _____ phase of computer programming the problem is described and fully analysed.
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15 The file extension for Bitmap or Graphic Image is ______
16 Letter “D” is used for the _______ drive
17 The instructions meant to run an application are stored in________
18 Every drive has what is called a Root ____________
19 Information created by using an application is stored in ________.
20 Letter “A” is usually used by the OS to Identify _______ drive
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