Final+Jepardy - CSC 230 Final Exam Rules When a question is...

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CSC 230 Final Exam
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Rules When a question is asked and you know the answer, raise your hand. The first raised hand gets the first shot of answering the question without help from team mates. If you answer correctly, your team gets the points for that question. If you answer incorrectly, the other team must decide on an answer. If they are correct, they get the points.
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CSC 230 Jeopardy What’s the difference? Pipelines Fetch! Decode! Execute! Addressing Modes Virtual Memory Mish mash math 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500
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Final Jeopardy .data size: .word 10 array: .word 10,-2,12, 13,-5,6,9,11,13,-2 Write a program to find the second largest element in an unordered array Write a program to find the second smallest element in an unordered array ARM
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T1 - 100 What is the difference between volatile and non-volatile memory? (What is an example or application of non‐volatile memory?) Non-volatile memory keeps it contents when the power is turned off. Example a flash disk
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T1 - 200 What are two differences between L1 (primary) and L2 (secondary) cache? the primary cache of a multilevel cache is often smaller the primary cache often uses a smaller block size the primary cache tries to optimize the hit time to have a shorter clock cycle the secondary cache usually larger, access time less critical the secondary cache often uses larger block size the secondary cache optimizes the miss rate to reduce the penalty of long memory access time
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What are two differences between a subroutine and an interrupt service routine? A1. Subroutine performs tasks required by control flow of program A2. Interrupt is not scheduled by the program, may even be caused by or related to other processes/users B1. Subroutine always returns to where it was called from and program resumes execution B2. After an interrupt, execution may: Return where it left off (as in a subroutine call); Return to a different place in the application program (e.g. like a
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