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How did the paper go ? There were good number of repeat questions.
Anyone remember the loop question answer ?
I wrote Forever = True. Then, repeat until Forever = False
 
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How did the paper go ? There were good number of repeat questions.
Anyone remember the loop question answer ?
I wrote Forever = True. Then, repeat until Forever = False
Yes. the paper was super easy.
And I wrote the same thing for that loop question :p
 
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For the assembly language question, I wrote 33 for the last question of part 1.
Also, the last question had the answer in question itself.
what did you write for that file organisation question?
I wrote serial, sequential, and random. As far as i remember.
 
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what did you write for that file organisation question?
I wrote serial, sequential, and random. As far as i remember.
I can't really remember but Im sure I wrote random on last one. Do you remember the question ? If you do, I might recall the answers xD
And Good to know that you wrote 33. It was too easy of a question and that had me thinking for 10-20 mins, if its that easy or I am doing something wrong :p
 
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I can't really remember but Im sure I wrote random on last one. Do you remember the question ? If you do, I might recall the answers xD
And Good to know that you wrote 33. It was too easy of a question and that had me thinking for 10-20 mins, if its that easy or I am doing something wrong :p
the file A was customers monthly meter readings.
file B had customer records & file C had passwords/IDs. I am not sure if I am mixing up A& B :p But the question was somewhat like this.
xD same. I completed my paper so early, and spent the last 10-15 min on that question. I couldn't believe that question could be this simple :p
 
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And how are you preparing for p4 CS? Doing papers and pre-release? I am scared they may throw in some tough p4 now xD
 
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the file A was customers monthly meter readings.
file B had customer records & file C had passwords/IDs. I am not sure if I am mixing up A& B :p But the question was somewhat like this.
xD same. I completed my paper so early, and spent the last 10-15 min on that question. I couldn't believe that question could be this simple :p
I might have written sequential for first one and two randoms for last two. 3 marks gone :(
 
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Thats the only thing we can do :( Very low amount of resources in CS. Also, I use VB in p4 and in ms, they condone mentioning VB most of the time :(
Yeah very limited resources :/
And whatt? :eek: what do you mean condone mentioning VB? :eek: I too use VB. :confused:
 
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I might have written sequential for first one and two randoms for last two. 3 marks gone :(
Well I guess if you have backed up your statement for first one with proper justification, you can get the mark (this question was repeated, and in the previous years MS they allowed both serial & sequential!). And I guess they did mention to write different file organisations. You will lose 1 mark for the second one just.
 
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Well I guess if you have backed up your statement for first one with proper justification, you can get the mark (this question was repeated, and in the previous years MS they allowed both serial & sequential!). And I guess they did mention to write different file organisations. You will lose 1 mark for the second one just.
I am not really worried about the 1st and 3rd answer. But on second answer, I will probably get 0/3. I never noticed "different" file organisation.
 
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