Computer Internet & Networking Short Questions -2

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Computer Internet & Networking Short Questions -2

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Question 1
A search engine is a program to search
A
web pages
B
for information
C
web pages for Information using specified search terms
D
web pages for specified in-dex terms
Question 2
By an extranet we mean
A
an extra fast computer network
B
the intranels of two co operating organizations interconnected via a secure leased line
C
an extra conventation to crating organization
D
an extra network used by an organization for higher reliability
Question 3
Each computer connected to the internet must
A
be an IBM PC
B
be internet compatible
C
have a modem connection
D
have a unique IP address
Question 4
By an intranet we mean
A
a corporate computer net work
B
a Wide Area Network connecting all branches of an organization
C
a LAN of an organization
D
a network connecting al! computers of an organi-ation and using the internet protocol
Question 5
. The code for a Web page is written using ——
A
Perl
B
Win Zip
C
Hypertext Markup Language
D
a fifth generation language
Question 6
SGML stands for
A
Standard General Markup Unit
B
Structured General Markup Language
C
Standard Graphics Mapping Language
D
Standard Generalized Markup Language
Question 7
XML uses
A
Extended tags used in HTML and makes them powerful
B
user define tags
C
pre-defined tags
D
Both predefined and user defined tags
Question 8
. The packets of an internet message
A
go along different paths based on path availability
B
take the shortest path from source to destination
C
take a path based on packet priority
D
take a predetermined path
Question 9
IP addresses are converted to
A
a hexadecimal string
B
a binary string
C
a hierarchy of domain names
D
alphanumeric string
Question 10
Internet uses
A
Telephone switching
B
Circuit switching
C
Telex switching
D
Packet switching
Question 11
. HTML and XML are markup languages
A
Independent of SGML
B
Specially development for the web
C
Are versions of SGML
D
Are based on SGML
Question 12
By an extranet we mean
A
an extra fast computer network
B
the intranels of two co operating organizations interconnected via a secure leased line
C
an extra network used by an organization for higher reliability
D
an extra conventation to crating organization
Question 13
. When the pointer is positioned on a ——, it is shaped like a hand.
A
spelling error
B
grammar error
C
) screen tip
D
hyperlink
Question 14
XML stands for
A
Extended Marking Links
B
Extra Markup Language
C
Excellent Markup Links
D
Extended Markup Language
Question 15
Small application programs that run on a Web page and may ensure a form is completed properly or provide animation are known as ——
A
spiders
B
cookies
C
applets
D
flash
Question 16
A world wide web contains web pages
A
residing in many computers linked together using HTML
B
with links to other web pages
C
presiding in many computers
D
created using HTML
Question 17
Internet is
A
a world wide network of computers
B
a local computer network
C
a world wide interconnected network of computers which use a common protocol to communicate with one another
D
an interconnected network of computers
Question 18
XLL definition is used along with XML to specify
A
The presentation of XML document
B
The links with other documents
C
The structure of XML document
D
The data types of the contents of XML document
Question 19
DTD definition is used along with XML to specify
A
The links with other documents
B
The structure of XML document
C
The presentation of XML document
D
The data types of the con
Question 20
A web page is located using a
A
Universal Record Locator
B
Universal Record Linking
C
Uniform Resource Locator
D
Uniformly Reachable Links
Question 21
HTML stands for
A
Hyper Text Making Links
B
Hyper Text Markup Lan - guage
C
Hyper Text Mixer of Links
D
Higher Textual Marking of Links
Question 22
World Wide Web
A
world wide qonnection for computers
B
a collection of world wide information
C
is another name for internet
D
a collection of linked information residing on computers connected by the internet
Question 23
Among services available on the World Wide Web are (i) Encryption (ii) HTTP (iii) HTML (iv) Firewalls
A
ii and iii
B
I and iv
C
iii and iv
D
I and ii
Question 24
Internet requires
A
an international agreement to connect computers
B
a local area network
C
a World Wide Web
D
a commonly agreed'set of rules to communicate between computers
Question 25
HTML is similar to a
A
word processing language
B
scripting language
C
None pf these
D
search engine
E
screen editor
Question 26
XSL definition is used along with XML definition to specify
A
The links with other documents
B
The juncture of XML document
C
The data types of the contents of XML document
D
The presentation of XML document
Question 27
. IP address is currently
A
6 bytes long
B
available in plenty
C
4 bytes long
D
not assigned as it is all used up
E
None of these
Question 28
. Internet data is broken up as
A
64 bytes packets
B
None of these
C
fixed length packets
D
variable length packets
E
not packetized
Question 29
HTML tags define
A
The contents of the document
B
The data types of elements of document
C
The structure of the document
D
Presentation of specified elements of a document
Question 30
In order to interpret XML documents one should
A
Use standardized tags
B
Specify tag filename
C
Define the tags separately
D
Have a document type definition which defines the tags
There are 30 questions to complete.

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