Version Y - CSE 1520 Test 1 Winter 09 ID#_ Part A [4...

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CSE 1520 Test 1 – Winter ‘09 ID#____________ Part A [4 points] For each of these concepts, indicate the generation in which it was first used and to which history ( hardware or software ) it belongs. [½ point each] assembly languages _____ 1 hardware / software magnetic disks _____ 2 hardware / software spreadsheets _____ 4 hardware / software transistors used as memory _____ 3 hardware / software Part B [1 point] – Join the Dots The dots below are labelled in 2’s Complement notation. The labels are on the left of the dots. Connect the dots that have positive numbers as labels. Start with the smallest value and count to the largest. 1001 • 1010 • 1000 • 1011• 0001 • 0000 • 0010 • 1100• 0011 • 0100 • 1101 • 0101• 0111 • 0110 • 1110 • 1111• Version Y Page 1 of 6
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CSE 1520 Test 1 – Winter ‘09 ID#____________ Part C [3 points] Select the term form the following list that best fits each of the definitions. A) typeface B) script C) size D) display E) style F) proportional G) serif H) mono-spaced I) sans serif J) point 1. A term which refers to the shape of letters is: ____ A 2. A term which refers to characters that use strokes of different widths, some of which have tails. ____ G 3. A term which refers to a character set in which each character occupies the same amount of space. ____ H Part D [7 points] – Complete the table. A pattern of binary digits can be interpreted in several different ways.
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