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Sheet1 Page 1 What is the correct way to define a constant pointer? (A) const char *name_ptr = "TEST" (B) char *const name_ptr = "TEST" (C) Both (D) None of Above. What fucntion will read a specified number of elements from a file? (A) readfile() (B) fread() (C) fileread() (D) getline() 6. x% of y is y% of ? (A) x/y (B) 2y (C) x (D) can't be determined What is the difference between the two declaration ? #include <stdio.h> & #include ± stdio.h± (A) No Difference (B) The 2nd declaration will not compile (C) First case Compiler looks in all default location and in 2nd case only in the working directory
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Unformatted text preview: (D) Depends on the Compiler What is the difference between calloc and malloc (A) calloc allocates memory in contiguous bytes, malloc does not ensure contiguous memory allocation (B) Memory allocated through calloc need not be freed explicitly, While memory allocated through malloc needs to be freed e x (C) calloc initialises the memory by setting all-bits-zero, malloc does not does any zero fill. (D) all of the above...
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This note was uploaded on 06/27/2010 for the course MACS MCA taught by Professor Brs during the Spring '10 term at National Institute of Technology, Calicut.

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