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Escape sequences in C
Escape sequences in C
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Posted On: 2016-04-12
exit() function
exit() function
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Posted On: 2016-04-12
Evolution of programming languages
Programming languages have evolved in last 30-40 years to reach at the stage where they are today. First reason for the evolution of programming languages was the advancement in electronics as a resul...
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Posted On: 2017-11-30
Example of an algorithm with repeating statements
In the previous tutorials you learnt about simple algorithms and conditional algorithms. In this tutorial you will learn how to write algorithms for problems which involve repetitive actions. Repetiti...
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Posted On: 2017-11-13
Example of an algorithm with conditional statements
When writing computer programs you have to evaluate many conditions in order to correctly implement your logic. Even in our day to day lives we use conditional statements in our normal conversations. ...
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Posted On: 2017-12-10
Example of a very simple algorithm
Now that you understand the basic definition of an algorithm let’s take an example of a very simple algorithm. This example will help you understand how algorithms are written and what all things you ...
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Posted On: 2017-11-14
Exercise 1 – Get two numbers from the user and add them
It’s time for some code writing to practice what we have learnt in the previous tutorials. Here we will write code to ask two numbers from the user, add them and print their sum. The classes and metho...
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Posted On: 2017-12-10
Example of an algorithm with repeating statements
In the previous tutorials you learnt about simple algorithms and conditional algorithms. In this tutorial you will learn how to write algorithms for problems which involve repetitive actions. Repetiti...
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Posted On: 2016-04-12
Example of an algorithm with conditional statements
In this tutorial let’s understand about algorithms which involve conditional operations. By conditions we mean if-else statements. You have to check some conditions and do some operations depending on...
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Posted On: 2016-04-12
Example of a very simple algorithm
Now that you understand the basic definition of an algorithm let’s give you an example of a very simple algorithm. This example will help you understand how algorithms are written and what all things ...
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Posted On: 2016-04-12
Explain how geitonogamy is functionally similar to cross pollination and genetically similar to autogamy.
Answer Geitonogamy is functionally similar to cross pollination because it involves a pollinating agent. It is genetically similar to autogamy because pollen grain comes from the same plant.
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Posted On: 2017-11-22
Explain follicular atresia.
AnswerA large number of primary follicles degenerate during the phase from birth to puberty in human females. This degenerative process of follicles is called follicular atresia and such follicles are...
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Posted On: 2017-12-03
Expand IUD.
AnswerIntrauterine Device
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Posted On: 2017-12-05
Expand IVF.
Answer Invitro Fertilization
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Posted On: 2017-12-02
Explain the following terms: i) Periodic abstinence ii) Coitus interruptus
Answer i) Periodic abstinence This is natural method of birth control. In this the couples avoid sex from 10 to 17 day of the menstrual cycle because ovulation can occur during his period usually aro...
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Posted On: 2017-12-07
Explain what causes chills in humans during malarial attack. Name the causative organism of malignant malaria.
AnswerThe parasite multiplies asexually in the RBCs of the man. When the RBCs rupture they release a toxin called haemozoin which is responsible for chill and high fever which reoccurs every 3 to 4 da...
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Posted On: 2016-04-12
Enumerate four objectives for improving the nutritional quality of different crops for the health benefits of human population by the process of Biofortification.
Answer Biofortification is the breeding of crops with higher level of proteins, healthy fats, vitamins and minerals. Four objectives are:- i)    Improving protein content and quality. ii)    Impro...
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Posted On: 2016-04-12
Explain the importance of inbreeding among cattle.
Answer The importance of inbreeding among cattle is:- i)       We can obtain pure line of any animal by this method. ii)       It helps in the removal of harmful recessive genes by natural selectio...
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Posted On: 2016-04-12
Enlist the steps involved in inbreeding cattle. Suggest two disadvantages of this practice.
Answer The process in which breeding is done between animals of the same breed for 4-6 generations is called inbreeding. The steps involved in inbreeding are: i)    Best cows with good milk yield a...
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Posted On: 2016-04-12
Explain the mechanism of sex determination in birds.
Answer In birds the female is heterogametic i.e. it has one Z sex chromosome and one W sex chromosome (ZW) and male is homogametic i.e. it has a pair of Z sex chromosome (ZZ).
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Posted On: 2017-12-10
Explain the significant role of the genus Nudeopolyhedrovirus in an ecological sensitive area.
Answer Baculoviruses (mostly of the genus Nudeopolyhedrovirus) are useful in controlling many insects and other arthropods. They are  bioinsecticides.They are narrow spectrum, species specific. There...
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Posted On: 2016-04-12
Explain the role of flocs in sewage treatment.
Answer Flocs are masses of bacteria associated with fungal filaments to form mesh like structures. Flocs eat up the major part of the organic matter in the effluent reducing the BOD of the effluent.
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Posted On: 2016-04-12
Exercise – Know Your Computer’s IP Address
Now that you know about IP addresses and their role in providing a unique identify to all the computers connected with the internet, let us do a small exercise to teach you how to find the IP address ...
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Posted On: 2017-08-15
[E] What will be the output of the following programs - Part (a)
#include int main() { // Line 1 int i=2, j=3, k, l; // Line 2 float a,b; // Line 3 k = i / j * j; // Line 4 l = j / i * i; // Line 5 ...
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Posted On: 2016-07-13
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