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Sheet1 Page 1 int i=10 printf("%d%d%d",i,i++,++i) ans: compiler dependent printf("Enter two values a and b:"): scanf("%d%d",a,b) printf("%d+%d=%d",a,b,a+b) ans:core dumped uestion on WM_SIZE ans:WM_SIZE when destroy window what message would disply ans:WM_DESTROY S Windows 3.1 about multitasking ans:nonpreemptive windows 3.1 is ans:application about switch switch statement ans:16,21 question paper the first question ans is ans:can't be compiled about send messages and post messages ans: c what is the command to intiate the windows ans:WinMain const char * char * const What is the differnce between the above tow?. In Unix inter process communication take place using?. What are the files in /etc directory?.
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Unformatted text preview: About i-node numbers Max relaxable permisssion value with out giving write permission to others? About ln(linking) A question on until until (who |grep mary) do sleep(60) done Sheet1 Page 2 Linking across directories?. process id for kernell process very first process created by kernell function to repaint a window immediately?. Function entry for DLL in win3.1 win 3.1 supports which type of multi tasking?. Message displayed when a window is destroyed About fork()? About send message and post message Message to limit the size of window System call executable binary file intoa process About GDI object?. API used to hide window Initialize contents of a dialog?....
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