SDP5 - Final [Part-1]

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Question 1

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The term _____ was coined in 1968 as a response to the desolate state of the art developing quality software on time and within budget
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  • Opcode
  • Software engineering
  • Scrum
  • Software Development Models

Question 2

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Reusable module is called:
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  • Opcode
  • Subroutine
  • Machine code
  • Hexadecimal code

Question 3

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Assembly language instructions consist of:
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  • A string of 0s and 1s
  • A hexadecimal code
  • An opcode mnemonic
  • A decimal code

Question 4

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In which of the following periods FORTRAN language was developed?
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  • 1940s
  • 1950s
  • 1960s
  • 1970s

Question 5

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In which of the following periods the notion “software engineering” was introduced?
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  • 1940s
  • 1960s
  • 1950s
  • 1970s

Question 6

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What is an opcode?
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  • A string of 0s and 1s
  • Groups of instruction combined into words and abbreviations
  • A mathematical formula
  • A logical formula

Question 7

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In which of the following periods COBOL language was developed?
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  • 1940s
  • 1950s
  • 1960s
  • 1970s

Question 8

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Which of the following clearly describes the scope of a software project?
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  • An internals diagram
  • A context diagram
  • A sequence diagram
  • A functionality scenario

Question 9

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Who suggested to encode information on punch cards?
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  • Herman Hollerith
  • Charles Babbage
  • Claude Shannon
  • John Von Neumann

Question 10

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Who wrote a thesis "A Mathematical Theory of Communication" (in the Bell System Technical Journal -1948) on how binary logic could be used in computing?
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  • Charles Babbage
  • George Boole
  • Claude Shannon
  • John Von Neumann

Question 11

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In which of the following periods ALGOL language was developed?
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  • 1940s
  • 1950s
  • 1960s
  • 1970s

Question 12

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A use case is _________.
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  • a decision not to modify the system
  • a process that will run as part of the system
  • an argument that drives system design
  • a goal for actors the system interacts with
  • a diagram that shows what the system does

Question 13

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For the question below, circle the best choice for the sets of alternatives provided in the sentence The XP software development process DOES / DOES NOT include up front design. It prioritizes work according to RISKIEST FIRST / HIGHEST CUSTOMER VALUE FIRST. And, its iteration length is typically TWO-FOUR WEEKS / LEFT OPEN.
Answer
  • DOES, RISKIEST FIRST, TWO-FOUR WEEKS
  • DOES NOT, RISKIEST FIRST, LEFT OPEN
  • DOES, HIGHEST CUSTOMER VALUE FIRST, TWO-FOUR WEEKS
  • DOES NOT, HIGHEST CUSTOMER VALUE FIRST, TWO-FOUR WEEKS

Question 14

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Which of the following is the best choice for creating code views?
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  • Sequence diagram
  • Component diagram
  • Activity diagram
  • Class diagram
  • None of the above

Question 15

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Which of the following is not a software engineering risk?
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  • The server may not scale to 1000 users
  • The code for the sort algorithm is overly complex
  • We do not adequately understand our customer’s needs
  • The system is working fine, but if we try to change anything it seems to always break something else

Question 16

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Upper-CASE Tools to support later activities such as programming, debugging and and testing
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  • True
  • False

Question 17

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Verification and validation is intended to show that a system conforms to its specification and meets the requirements of the system customer
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  • True
  • False

Question 18

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In component diagrams, ports ARE / ARE NOT optional.
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  • Are
  • Are NOT

Question 19

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In component diagrams, the lollipop-symbol is used to represent a PROVIDES / REQUIRES interface
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  • PROVIDES
  • REQUIRES

Question 20

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In sequence diagrams, lifelines represent the activity of CLASSES / OBJECTS
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  • CLASSES
  • OBJECTS

Question 21

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Unit test should be written both before and after code is written:
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  • True
  • False

Question 22

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Functional testing tests against the specification:
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  • True
  • False
  • есть пруф

Question 23

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Which of the following are valid ways to avoid having a bad user interface? (Circle all that apply)
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  • Speaks to experts who study user interfaces; Build prototypes; Talk to users;
  • Limit the functionality the users can customize to minimize the interface
  • Make sure the back end of the system works pretty well before presenting the user with the interface to avoid confusing the users with bugs and getting bad interface advice

Question 24

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Match the following: used to model domain model, used to represent runtime model, used to represent code model :
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  • Class Diagram, Sequence Diagram, Component Diagram
  • Class Diagram, Collaboration Diagram, Use Case Diagram
  • Use Case Diagram, Sequence Diagram, Class Diagram
  • Use Case Diagram, Sequence Diagram, Deployment Diagram

Question 25

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Which of the following are the best questions(s) the risk-driven model helps developers answer? What is most important to the customer? When are we done with the project? How much software architecture should we do? What programming language should we do? Which techniques should we use in developing our project?
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  • Both a and b
  • Both b and c
  • Both c and e

Question 26

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Which of the following statements is the most correct? __________ .
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  • A sequence diagram is used to model a sequence of activities associated with a use case.
  • A sequence diagram is used to model a sequence of messages exchanged among objects.
  • A sequence diagram is used to model a sequence of transitions among objects in a use case.

Question 27

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Which of the following is most correct? ___________.
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  • United Models for Languages
  • Universal Modeling Language
  • Unified Modeling Language
  • United Modeling Language

Question 28

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Which of the following is best describes UML? ___________.
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  • UML is a combination of notations. UML supports modeling multiple views of software. UML has evolved over time.
  • UML was created by the OMG

Question 29

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Three notations of UML are __________ .
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  • Activity diagrams, Component diagrams, Construction diagrams
  • Component diagrams, Action diagrams, Sequence diagrams
  • Class diagrams, ER diagrams, Action diagrams
  • Canonical diagrams, Activity diagrams, Sequence diagrams
  • Class diagrams, Sequence diagrams, Use Case diagrams

Question 30

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Which of the following is not a UML diagram? ____________.

Question 31

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The Dependency Inversion Principle ______.
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  • Helps ensure that objects are highly reusable.
  • Requires that methods that are present in base classes must also be present in the derived classes.
  • Helps ensure that objects are easy to extend without requiring change to the original object.
  • Requires that object interfaces only include methods that will be needed by most implementers.
  • Helps make changing an object easier

Question 32

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The Open-Close Principle _________.
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  • Helps ensure that objects are highly reusable.
  • Requires that methods that are present in base classes must also be present in the derived classes
  • Helps ensure that objects are easy to extend without requiring change to the original object.
  • Requires that object interfaces only include methods that will be needed by most implementers.
  • Helps make changing an object easier

Question 33

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Liskov’s Substitution Principle _________.
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  • Helps ensure that objects are highly reusable.
  • Requires that methods that are present in base classes must also be present in the derived classes.
  • Helps ensure that objects are easy to extend without requiring change to the original object.
  • Requires that object interfaces only include methods that will be needed by most implementers.
  • Helps make changing an object easier

Question 34

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The Single Responsibility Principle _________.
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  • Helps ensure that objects are highly reusable.
  • Requires that methods that are present in base classes must also be present in the derived classes.
  • Helps ensure that objects are easy to extend without requiring change to the original object.
  • Requires that object interfaces only include methods that will be needed by most implementers.
  • Helps make changing an object easier

Question 35

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The Interface Segregation Principle _________.
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  • Helps ensure that objects are highly reusable.
  • Requires that methods that are present in base classes must also be present in the derived classes.
  • Helps ensure that objects are easy to extend without requiring change to the original object.
  • Requires that object interfaces only include methods that will be needed by most implementers.
  • Helps make changing an object easier

Question 36

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All design decisions should be made before coding begins :
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  • True
  • False

Question 37

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UML has many great features but its use describing domain models should be restricted because ___
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  • It takes too long to create the diagrams.
  • Good UML tools are too expensive.
  • It is not a language known by most non-developers.
  • Its use is incompatible with the goals of domain modeling.
  • The diagrams require you to include too much detail.

Question 38

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Which of the following states that there are 2 persons associated with a contact and there can be any number of contacts?
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  • Person 1.2---------Contact
  • Person *--------1.2Contact
  • Person 2----------*Contact
  • Person *----------2Contact

Question 39

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Which of the following is true of a Context Diagram? _________.
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  • Describes how the software being created interacts with elements in its environment.
  • Can be based on a use case diagram.
  • Might show the Internet.
  • Describes what is in and what is outside the scope of the software project.
  • All of a-d

Question 40

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The primary difference between component diagrams and sequence diagrams is
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  • Component diagrams show all potential interactions among a group of components whereas sequence diagram shows the interactions involved in response to a particular kind of request
  • There is very difference, they are just two different ways of viewing component
  • In component diagram the components use a rectangular shape with the component icon in the upper right corner but no component icon appears in sequence diagram
  • Component diagram represent the code whereas sequence diagram represent behavior

Question 41

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UML provides special notation for a subsystem element because
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  • Subsystem elements have critical differences from components, which must be represented.
  • Subsystem elements and component elements are not substantially different so there is no need for them.
  • Component elements have important aspects that are not representable using the provided subsystem element notation.
  • Both a and c
  • None of the above

Question 42

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Component details in UML can be shown as text within a compartment of a component
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  • True
  • False

Question 43

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Which of the following statements is the most correct?
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  • A component diagram shows a configuration of the system at a given moment.
  • A component diagram shows all potential interactions among components in a view.
  • A component diagram can show instances of classes.
  • Both a and b
  • Both b and c

Question 44

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Which of the following statements is the most correct? _________ .
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  • A class diagram shows a configuration of the system at a given moment.
  • A class diagram shows all potential interactions among components in a view.
  • A class diagram can show relationships between java interfaces and other classes.
  • Both a and b.
  • Both b and c.

Question 45

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Which of the following statements is the most correct? _________.
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  • A class diagram for a module always has three components.
  • A class diagram shows relationships among code units.
  • A class diagram supports analyzing behavior of complex protocols.
  • Lollipop symbol is used to represent provides interfaces.
  • Socket symbol is used to represent provides interfaces.
  • Class and components diagrams are always very similar.

Question 46

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Which of the following is(are) NOT well supported by the class diagram notation? ___________.
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  • Identifying public and private members of a class.
  • Identifying which classes depend on other classes.
  • Discussing how the system will behave.
  • Discussing how to add newly required functionality to the system.
  • Both a and d

Question 47

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Class diagrams can be generated directly from code.
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  • True
  • False

Question 48

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The process of creating class diagrams is a valuable activity during design.
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  • True
  • False

Question 49

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All class diagrams created during design of a system should be maintained as part of the project documentation.
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  • True
  • False

Question 50

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A design pattern ______ .
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  • Contains a description of other related patterns.
  • Can be useful describing how a software problem was solved by a developer.
  • Is a general reusable solution to a commonly occurring problem within a given context in software design.
  • Gives examples of code that used the pattern.
  • Both a and c.
  • All of a-d.

Question 51

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What is Gang of Four (GOF)?
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  • Four authors of Book ‘Design Patterns - Elements of Reusable Object-Oriented Software’ are known as Gang of Four (GOF).
  • Gang of Four (GOF) is a name of a book on Design Patterns.
  • Gang of Four (GOF) is a Design Pattern.
  • None of the above.

Question 52

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Which of the following describes the Abstract Factory pattern correctly?
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  • This pattern creates object without exposing the creation logic to the client and refer to newly created object using a common interface.
  • In this pattern an interface is responsible for creating a factory of related objects without explicitly specifying their classes.
  • This pattern involves a single class which is responsible to create an object while making sure that only single object gets created.
  • This pattern is used when we want to pass data with multiple attributes in one shot from client to server.

Question 53

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Which of the following is correct list of classifications of design patterns
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  • Creational, Structural and Behavioral patterns
  • Executional, Structural and Behavioral patterns
  • Creational, Executional and Behavioral patterns
  • None of the above

Question 54

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Which of the following describes the Composite pattern correctly?
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  • This pattern builds a complex object using simple objects and using a step by step approach.
  • This pattern is used where we need to treat a group of objects in similar way as a single object.
  • This pattern hides the complexities of the system and provides an interface to the client using which the client can access the system.
  • This pattern is primarily used to reduce the number of objects created and to decrease memory footprint and increase performance

Question 55

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Which of the following describes the Command pattern correctly?
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  • In this pattern a class represents functionality of another class.
  • In this pattern a request is wrapped under an object as command and passed to invoker object
  • This pattern creates a chain of receiver objects for a request
  • This pattern provides a way to evaluate language grammar or expression

Question 56

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A type of software Life Cycle Activity which involves saving tests from the previous version to ensure that the new version retains the previous capabilities
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  • Unit testing
  • Regression testing
  • Acceptance testing
  • System testing

Question 57

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Which of the following are examples of traditional process models?
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  • Waterfall, Incremental, Spiral
  • XP, Scrum, Kanban
  • Waterfall, XP, Spiral
  • Spiral, V-Model, Scrum

Question 58

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Which of the following follows the correct sequence in a waterfall model?
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  • Feasibility, Testing, Implementation, Requirement, Design
  • Feasibility, Requirements, Design, Implementation, Testing
  • Requirements, Feasibility, Design, Implementation, Testing
  • Testing, Design, Implementation, Feasibility, Requirements

Question 59

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A family of software development methodologies that produce software in short iterations and allow for greater changes or design
Answer
  • Agile Processes
  • Traditional Process Models
  • Both answers are correct
  • None of the above

Question 60

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One of the key practices in XP which ensures that all production code is written with two programmers working at the same machine or facility. This is the revision step taken to the extreme. All code is always reviewed by at least one other person
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  • Pair programming
  • Test driven development
  • Design improvement (refactoring)
  • None of the above

Question 61

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The waterfall model of software development is
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  • A reasonable approach when requirements are well defined
  • A good approach when a working programs is required quickly
  • The best approach to use for projects with large development teams
  • An old fashioned model that is rarely used any more

Question 62

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The incremental model of software development is
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  • A revolutionary model that is not used for commercial products
  • A reasonable approach when requirements are well defined
  • A good approach when a working programs is required quickly
  • The best approach to use for projects with large development teams

Question 63

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The spiral model of software development:
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  • Ends with the delivery of the software product
  • Is more chaotic than the incremental model
  • Includes project risks evaluation during each iteration
  • All of the above

Question 64

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In an implementation of the singleton pattern, there is no constructor
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  • True
  • False

Question 65

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Which of the following describes the Builder pattern correctly?
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  • Build the complex objects using a simple objects
  • Creating a duplicate object while keeping performance in mind
  • Is used when creation of object directly is costly
  • None of them

Question 66

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Which of the following describes the Prototype pattern correctly?
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  • Builds a complex object using simple objects
  • Duplicate object while keeping performance in mind
  • Works as a bridge between two incompatible interface
  • None of them

Question 67

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Pattern builds a complex object using simple objects and using a step-by-step approach?
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  • Builder
  • State
  • Adapter
  • Prototype

Question 68

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Run time class is an example of singleton.
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  • True
  • False

Question 69

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Which of the following is correct about Creational design patterns?
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  • Provide a way to create objects while hiding creation logic
  • Concern class and object composition
  • Specifically concerned with communication between objects
  • None of the above

Question 70

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Which of the following is correct about Structural design patterns?
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  • Specifically concerned with communication between objects
  • These design patterns concern class and object composition
  • Provide a way to create objects while hiding creation logic
  • None of the above

Question 71

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Defines interface for creating an object, but let subclasses decide which class to instantiate?
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  • Factory Method
  • Prototype
  • Builder
  • Iterator

Question 72

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Defines a family of algorithms, encapsulate each one and make them interchangeable. It lets the algorithm vary independently from clients that use it.
Answer
  • Decorator
  • Visitor
  • Strategy
  • State

Question 73

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Define one-to-many dependency between objects so that when one object change state, all its dependent are notified and updated automatically.
Answer
  • Chain of responsibility
  • Observer
  • Singleton
  • Strategy

Question 74

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Ensure a class has only one instance, and provide a global access point to it.
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  • Singleton
  • Flyweight
  • Factory
  • Builder

Question 75

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Which design pattern you would use to decouple the creation procedure of a complex object from its concrete instance to be able to apply that procedure on variety of implementations?
Answer
  • Factory builder design pattern
  • Builder design pattern
  • Method builder design pattern
  • Factory method design pattern

Question 76

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You want all the clients using class A to use the same instance of class A, what should you do to achieve this goal
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  • Mark class A final
  • Apply the Singleton pattern to class A
  • Mark class A abstract
  • Apply the Memento pattern to class A

Question 77

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When would you use the GOF Singleton design pattern?
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  • Ensure that certain group of related objects are used together
  • To limit the class instantiation to one object
  • To provide global access to once instance across the system
  • To abstract steps of construction of complex objects

Question 78

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When would you use the GOF Adapter design pattern?
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  • To translate an existing class interface into a compatible target interface
  • To improve your system performance
  • To transform the client code data into appropriate format expected by the target interface
  • To allow classes with incompatible interfaces to work together

Question 79

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Which of the following is a Gang of Four (GOF) Structural Design Pattern?
Answer
  • Composite
  • Flyweight
  • Singleton
  • Method Factory

Question 80

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You are trying to add a class already written in another application to serve clients, beside other classes, in your system. All other classes have the same interface, the incoming class has a totally different interface than the clients expect, but contains all required functionalities. What kind of refactoring is needed to make this class fit in with minimum changes in your system?
Answer
  • Apply the Proxy Pattern
  • Create a new class which implements the expected interface
  • Apply the Adapter Pattern
  • Copy & paste code from class in other app to new class

Question 81

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Suppose you need to define parallel class hierarchies of graphical user interface components for different platforms. Which of the following patterns is likely to be the most helpful in that task?
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  • Abstract Factory
  • Decorator
  • Façade
  • Flyweight

Question 82

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What is verification?
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  • Confirms to requirements (Producer view of quality)
  • Fit for use (Consumers view of quality)

Question 83

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What is validation?
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  • Confirms to requirements (Producer view of quality)
  • Fit for use (Consumers view of quality)

Question 84

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Choose the right classification of the UML diagrams:
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  • Structural, Behavioral, Static
  • Implementation, Dynamic, Static
  • Structural, Dynamic, Static
  • Behavioral, Dynamic, Static

Question 85

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“The database used in the system cannot process as many transactions per second as expected” - choose the right risk category
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  • Technology risks
  • People risks
  • Organisational risks
  • Requirements risks
  • Estimation risks

Question 86

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“The time required to develop the software is underestimated” - choose the right risk category
Answer
  • Technology risks
  • People risks
  • Organisational risks
  • Requirements risks
  • Estimation risks

Question 87

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A design pattern ______
Answer
  • useful in - how a software problem was solved by a developer
  • a general reusable solution to a commonly occurring problem
  • gives examples of code that used the pattern
  • all

Question 88

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A family of software development methodologies that produce software in short iterations and allow for greater changes or design
Answer
  • Agile Processes
  • Traditional Process Models
  • Both answers are correct
  • None

Question 89

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A real life example could be a case of card reader, which acts as an The Pattern is used between memory card and a laptop. You plugin the memory card into card reader and card reader into the laptop so that memory card can be read via laptop.
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  • Adapter
  • Façade
  • Builder
  • Memento

Question 90

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Acceptance Testing can be done after system is installed.
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  • True
  • False

Question 91

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Choose the right answer for the Agile Manifesto...
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  • Individuals and interactions over processes and tools, Working software over comprehensive documentation, Customer collaboration over contract negotiation, Responding to change over following a plan
  • Individuals and interactions over processes and tools, Working software over comprehensive documentation, Customer collaboration over contract negotiation, Following a plan over responding to change
  • Individuals and interactions over processes and tools, Working software over comprehensive documentation, Contract negotiation over customer collaboration, Following a plan over responding to change
  • Individuals and interactions over processes and tools, Comprehensive documentation over working software, Contract negotiation over customer collaboration, Following a plan over responding to change

Question 92

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Choose the right classification of the CASE tools
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  • Upper, Lower, Integrated
  • System, Upper, Lower
  • Unit, Integrated, System
  • Upper, Lower, Inner

Question 93

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Component diagram, deployment diagram are considered as types of
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  • Implementation diagrams
  • Dynamic diagrams
  • Static diagrams
  • Behavioral diagram

Question 94

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Composition relationship is represented in UML notation by
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  • Line with hollow diamond at one end
  • Line with solid diamond at one end
  • Line with an arrow at one end
  • Line without an arrow

Question 95

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Convert the interface of a class into another interface clients expect. This pattern lets classes work together that could not otherwise because of incompatible interfaces.
Answer
  • Command Pattern
  • Prototype Pattern
  • Factory Pattern
  • Observer Pattern
  • Adapter Pattern

Question 96

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Deviation from actual and expected value. It represents mistake made by people.
Answer
  • Error
  • Bug
  • Fault
  • Defect

Question 97

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Diagrams which are used to distribute files, libraries and tables across topology of hardware are called
Answer
  • Deployment diagram
  • Class diagram
  • Collaboration diagram
  • Activity diagram

Question 98

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Encapsulate a request as an object, thereby letting you parameterize clients with different requests, queue or log requests, and support undoable operations.
Answer
  • Command Pattern
  • Prototype Pattern
  • Factory Pattern
  • Observer Pattern
  • Adapter Pattern

Question 99

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In the pattern, we create objects, which represent various strategies, and a context object whose behavior varies as per its strategy object. The object changes the executing algorithm of the context object.
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  • Strategy
  • Façade
  • Builder
  • Memento
  • Adapter

Question 100

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Incorrect step, process or data definition in a computer program, which causes the program to behave in an unintended or unanticipated manner.
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  • Fault
  • Error
  • Bug
  • Failure

Question 101

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Lower case tools provide
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  • front-end tools
  • back-end tools
  • support for the full life cycle
  • none of them

Question 102

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Provide a unified interface to a set of interfaces in a subsystem. This pattern defines a higher-level interface that makes the subsystem easier to use.
Answer
  • Façade Pattern
  • Prototype Pattern
  • Factory Pattern
  • Observer Pattern
  • Adapter Pattern

Question 103

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Regression testing can be automated
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 104

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Regression testing is conducted for each change that may affect the functioning of previously baselined software.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 105

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Security and Access Control Testing, Interoperability Testing, Functional testing are ...
Answer
  • Functional testing
  • Non - Functional testing
  • Connected with changes testing
  • Both Functional & Non – Functional testing

Question 106

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Sprint must continue ..
Answer
  • 2-4 weeks
  • 1-2 weeks
  • 5-6 weeks
  • 4-6 weeks

Question 107

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State diagram, Activity diagram, Sequence diagram, Collaboration diagram are considered as types of
Answer
  • Implementation diagrams
  • Dynamic diagrams
  • Static diagrams
  • Behavioral diagrams

Question 108

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The connection in IDEF3 diagram mean
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  • source-work must be completed before the beginning of purpose-work
  • the object is used in one or several UOW. Ex.\: object is created in one work and uses in other
  • the works can be executed in parallel mode
  • No right answers

Question 109

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The Factory Pattern is
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  • Creational
  • Behavioral
  • Executional
  • Structural

Question 110

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The junction in IDEF3 diagram is called as
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  • AND Synchronous
  • OR Asynchronous
  • OR Synchronous
  • AND Asynchronous

Question 111

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The Observer Pattern is
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  • Behavioral
  • Structural
  • Executional
  • Creational

Question 112

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The risk management process ….
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  • Risk identification, Risk analysis, Risk planning, Risk monitoring
  • Risk identification, Risk planning, Risk analysis, Risk monitoring
  • Risk identification, Risk planning, Risk monitoring, Risk analysis
  • None of them

Question 113

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The Testing can be performed on the system by providing invalid data as input.
Answer
  • Negative Testing
  • Positive Testing
  • Stress Testing
  • Regression Testing

Question 114

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Three notations of UML are __________
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  • Activity diagrams, Component diagrams, Construction diagrams
  • Component diagrams, Action diagrams, Sequence diagrams
  • Class diagrams, ER diagrams, Action diagrams
  • Canonical diagrams, Activity diagrams, Sequence diagrams
  • None

Question 115

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Upper case tools provide
Answer
  • front-end tools
  • back-end tools
  • support for the full life cycle
  • none of them

Question 116

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Use case diagram, Class diagram are considered as types of
Answer
  • Implementation diagrams
  • Dynamic diagrams
  • Static diagrams
  • Behavioral diagrams

Question 117

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Users often choose system functions by mistake and will need a clearly marked "emergency exit" to leave the unwanted state without having to go through an extended dialogue. Choose the name of heuristic ...
Answer
  • User control and freedom
  • Visibility of system status
  • Match between system and the real world
  • Consistency and standards
  • Aesthetic and minimalist design

Question 118

Question
What do you verify in White Box Testing?
Answer
  • All
  • Testing of each statement, object and function on an individual basis
  • Expected output
  • The flow of specific inputs through the code

Question 119

Question
What is the difference between Synchronous and Asynchronous junctions in the IDEF 3 diagram
Answer
  • In the Synchronous junctions work is started at the same time & in the Asynchronous junctions work is started (without case with time)
  • In the Asynchronous junctions work is started at the same time & in the Synchronous junctions work is started (without case with time)
  • In the Asynchronous and Synchronous junctions work is started at the same time, there is no difference
  • None

Question 120

Question
What term refers to the fast-paced building or construction of a software prototype?
Answer
  • Rapid application development (RAD)
  • Speed programming
  • Scrum
  • Waterfall

Question 121

Question
Which of the following are the best question(s) the risk-driven model helps developers answer?
Answer
  • What is most important to the customer?
  • When are we done with the project?
  • How much software architecture should we do?
  • What programming language should we use?
  • Which techniques should we use in developing our project?
  • Both How much software architecture should we do & Which techniques should we use in developing our project

Question 122

Question
Which of the following follows the correct sequence in the life cycle?
Answer
  • Requirements, Design, Implementation, Testing, Deployment, Maintenance
  • Requirements, Implementation, Design, Testing, Deployment, Maintenance
  • Requirements, Implementation, Design, Deployment, Testing, Maintenance
  • Requirements, Design, Implementation, Testing, Maintenance, Deployment

Question 123

Question
Which of the following is a true about IDEF0 diagram?
Answer
  • Sides of the box\: right – input, left – output, up – controls, down – mechanisms
  • Sides of the box\: right –controls, left –mechanisms, up – input, down – output
  • Sides of the box\: right –controls, left – output, up – input, down – mechanisms
  • Sides of the box\: right – input, left – output, up – mechanisms, down – controls
  • None of them

Question 124

Question
Which of the following statements is not true?
Answer
  • Acceptance Testing helps to find defects in system
  • Acceptance Testing checks whether system meets needs and expectations
  • Acceptance Testing determines if system is ready for release
  • Acceptance Testing is responsibility of user

Question 125

Question
Which symbol is used to represent Package visibility in class diagram?
Answer
  • \~
  • \#
  • *
  • -
  • +

Question 126

Question
Which symbol is used to represent Private visibility in class diagram?
Answer
  • \~
  • \#
  • *
  • -
  • +

Question 127

Question
Which symbol is used to represent Protected visibility in class diagram?
Answer
  • \~
  • \#
  • *
  • -
  • +

Question 128

Question
Who is responsible for Acceptance Testing?
Answer
  • Customer
  • Developer
  • Designer
  • Software Tester

Question 129

Question
Why are Patterns important?
Answer
  • All
  • They capture expert design knowledge
  • They make captured design accessible to both novices and other experts
  • None
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