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Question number: 364

» Computer » Viruses and Antiviruses

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The protocol traffic managed and regulated by a network security system known as ________.

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

Firewall

b.

Spam

c.

Malware

d.

Web filtering

Question number: 365

» Logical and Analytical Reasoning » Analogy and Classification

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Appeared in Year: 2014

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In the given figure, rectangle stands for philosopher, circle stands for historians and triangle stands for magicians, then which one of the following statements is true? (SET-B)

Figure shows magicians, philosophers and historians

Figure Shows Magicians, Philosophers and Historians

Figure shows magicians, philosophers and historians

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

Some magicians are philosophers as well as historians.

b.

Some historians are philosophers.

c.

All historians are either philosophers or magicians.

d.

All historians are magicians.

Question number: 366

» Computer » SQL

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Appeared in Year: 2014

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Which of the following SQL query is CORRECT if you want to count the number of items, whose TYPE is “Smartphone” from the GADGETS table? (SET-A)

Table of the Model Name and Operating Syaytem

Table of the Model Name and Operating Syaytem

Number

Model Name

TYPE

Operating System

1.

Samsung Galaxy S5

Smartphone

Android

2.

WIMM one

Wearable computer

Android

3.

Pebble Smartwatch

Wearable computer

FreeRTOS

4.

iPhone 5C

Smartphone

iOS

5.

LG Nexus 5

Smartphone

Android

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

Select TYPE = “Smartphone”;

b.

Select * from GADGETS where TYPE = “Smartphone”;

c.

Select count (*) from GADGETS where TYPE = “Smartphone”;

d.

Select TYPE = “Smartphone” from GADGETS;