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System Analysis and Design/Structured Systems Analysis and Design Multiple Choice Questions 6.1 Structured English is used to describe a. how programs are to be written b. processes in a DFD in a reasonably precise manner c. how DFDs are used in data processing d. data flows in DFD 6.2 Structured English is a a. structured programming language b. description of processes in simple English c. method of describing computational procedures reasonably precisely in English d. natural language based algorithmic language 6.3 The objective of using structured English is to a. describe computational procedures reasonably precisely which can be understood by any user b. expand a DFD so that a user can understand it c. develop algorithms corresponding to processes in a DFD d. ease writing programs for DFDs 6.4 Structured English description of processes (i) should be understandable to a user of a computer based system (ii) should be understandable to a programmer (iii) can be descriptive in nature (iv) should be translatable by a compiler a. i and iii b. ii and iv c. i, ii and iv d. i and ii 6.5 A decision table is a. a truth table b. a table which facilitates taking decisions c. a table listing conditions and actions to be taken based on the testing of conditions V. Rajaraman/IISc. Bangalore M6/V1/July 04/1
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System Analysis and Design/Structured Systems Analysis and Design Multiple Choice Questions d. a table in a Decision Support System 6.6 A decision table a. has a structured English equivalent representation b. cannot be represented using structured English c. does not have an equivalent algorithmic representation d. cannot be used to represent processes in a DFD 6.7 A decision table is preferable when the number of a. conditions to be checked in a procedure is small b. conditions to be checked in a procedure is large c. actions to be carried out are large d. actions to be carried out are small 6.8 Select from the following list which are appropriate to use in structured English description of a process (i)process inventory records (ii)find the sum of outstanding billed amounts (iii)check if outstanding amount >= Rs. 5000 (iv)check if stock is low a. i and ii b. i and iii c. iii and iv d. ii and iii 6.9 Structured English statements must be a. short and clear b. specified quantitatively c. specified qualitatively d. detailed and descriptive 6.10 Select statements from the following list which may be used in structured English (i)if marks are too low fail student (ii)if marks >=60 enter first class (iii)if average height select candidate V. Rajaraman/IISc. Bangalore M6/V1/July 04/2
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System Analysis and Design/Structured Systems Analysis and Design Multiple Choice Questions (iv)if weight < 40 kg. reject candidate a. i and ii b. ii and iii c. iii and iv d. ii and iv 6.11 Select correct decision structures from the following (i) if total marks>=75 then enter distinction in student record end if (ii) if total marks >=50 then enter pass in student record else enter fail in student record end if (iii) if total marks >=60 then enter first class in student record else if
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This note was uploaded on 08/29/2010 for the course CBEAM SAD taught by Professor Smiths during the Spring '10 term at De La Salle Lipa.

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