Computer Gk For All Competitive Exams Series #68

Computer Gk For All Competitive Exams Series #68

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1341. A world wide web contains web pages
(1) presiding in many computers
(2) created using HTML
(3) residing in many computers linked together using HTML√
(4) with links to other web pages
(5) None of these
1342. A web page is located using a
(1) Uniform Resource Locator√
(2) Universal Record Linking
(3) Universal Record Locator
(4) Uniformly Reachable Links
(5) None of these
1343. A URL specifies the following :
(i) protocol used
(ii) domain name of server hosting web page
(iii) name of folder with required information
(iv) name of document formatted using HTML
(v) the name of 1SP
(1) i, ii, iii, v
(2) ii, iii, iv, v
(3) i, iii, iv
(4) i, ii, iii, iv√
(5) None of these
1344. A search engine is a program to search
(1) for information
(2) web pages
(3) web pages for Information using specified search terms√
(4) web pages for specified in-dex terms
(5) None of these
1345. HTML stands for
(1) Hyper Text Markup Lan – guage√
(2) Hyper Text Making Links
(3) Higher Textual Marking of Links
(4) Hyper Text Mixer of Links
(5) None of these
1346. HTML is similar to a
(1) screen editor (2) scripting language
(3) search engine
(4) None pf these
(5) word processing language√
1347. Desirable properties of a website are
(i) a meaningful address
(ii) Help and search facilities
(iii) Links to related sites
(iv) Features to allow users to give feedback
(v) Hosting on a mainframe
(1) i, ii, iii
(2) i, ii, iii, iv, v
(3) i, ii, iii, iv√
(4) i, ii, iii, v
(5) None of these
1348. HTML uses
(1) Fixed tags defined by the language√
(2) User defined tags
(3) Tags only for linking
(4) Pre-specified tags
(5) None of these
1349. HTML tags define
(1) The data types of elements of document
(2) The contents of the document
(3) Presentation of specified elements of a document√
(4) The structure of the document
(5) None of these
1350. SGML stands for
(1) Standard General Markup Unit
(2) Structured General Markup Language
(3) Standard Graphics Mapping Language
(4) Standard Generalized Markup Language√
(5) None of these
1351. HTML and XML are markup languages
(1) Specially development for the web
(2) Are versions of SGML
(3) Are based on SGML√
(4) Independent of SGML
(5) None of these
1352. XML stands for
(1) Extended Markup Language√
(2) Excellent Markup Links
(3) Extra Markup Language
(4) Extended Marking Links
(5) None of these
1353. XML uses
(1) Both predefined and user defined tags
(2) pre-defined tags
(3) user define tags√
(4) Extended tags used in HTML and makes them powerful
(5) None of these
1354. In order to interpret XML documents one should
(1) Use standardized tags
(2) Specify tag filename
(3) Define the tags separately
(4) Have a document type definition which defines the tags√
(5) None of these
1355. The advantages of XML over HTML are
(i). It allows processing of data slored in web pages
(ii) It uses meaningful tags which aids in understanding the
nature of a document
(iii) Is simpler than HTML
(iv) It separates presentation and structure of document
(1) (i),(ii)and(iy) √
(3) (ii).(iii) and (iv)
(4) (i).(iii) and (iv)
(5) None of these
1356. XSL definition is used along with XML definition to
(1) The data types of the contents of XML document
(2) The links with other
(3) The presentation of XML document√
(4) The juncture of XML document
(5) None of these
1357. XLL definition is used along with XML to specify
(1) The data types of the contents of XML document.
(2) The links with other documents√
(3) The presentation of XML document
(4) The structure of XML document
(5) None of these
1358. DTD definition is used along with XML to specify
(1 ) The presentation of XML document
(2) The links with other documents
(3) The structure of XML document
(4) The data types of the contents of XML document√
(5) None of these



1359. One megabyte equals approximately
1) 1,000 bits
2) 1,000 bytes
3) 1 million bytes√
4) 1 million bits
5) 2,000 bytes
1360. Data going into the computer is called?
1) Output 2) Algorithm
3) Input√
4) Calculations
5) Flowchart

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