CBSE Class 11 Computer Science Sample Paper Set V

CBSE Class 11 Computer Science  Sample Paper Set V. CBSE exams for CBSE Students. Based on CBSE and NCERT guidelines. The students should practice these Question Papers to gain perfection which will help him to get more marks in CBSE examination. Please refer to more CBSE Class 11 question papers in other links. The CBSE Question papers are prepared based on trend in past examinations and expected questions in CBSE exams. Its always recommended by CBSE to practice the papers released by CBSE to get better exams in CBSE exams. CBSE Last Year Question Papers for class 11 for final/ term/ SA1/ SA2 Examinations conducted by Central Board of Secondary Education for all CBSE affiliated schools in India and abroad. Please refer to more CBSE Class 11 sample papers, question papers, HOTs etc in other links

Q.No.1

a. Write the header file for the given function.

abs(), isdigit(), sqrt(), setw()

b. Define Microcomputer 

c. what is data and what is the output of data processing system 

d. what is the function of memory and what are its measuring units 

e. what do you mean by language processor. 

f. what is the difference between save and save as command. 

g. Expand the following: 

i)CPU      ii) ROM         iii)MICR         iv)CD-R 2

Q.No.2

a. Rewrite the following code after removing the syntax error if any. Underline the correction 

            #include <iostream.h>

             jampto(int, int )

               void main()

                 {

                     first=10, second=20;

                     jumpto(first;second);

                     jumpto(second);

                 }

               void jumpto(int n1, intn2=20)

                      {

                             n1=n1+n2;

                     }

      (b) Find the output : 

             void result(int &x, int y=10)

                  {

                      int temp = x + y;

                      x + = temp;

                      if(y <=10)

                      y + = temp;

                  }

             void main( )

              {

                 int A1=10, B2=5;

                 result(A1, B2);

                 cout<<A1<<B2<<endl;

                 result(A1);

                 cout<<A1<<B2<<endl;

                 result(B2);

                 cout<<A1<<B2<<endl;

            }

       D. Find the output 

             #include <iostream.h>

                void main( )

                   {

                          int i = 0, x = 0;

                         do

                             {

                                 if(i % 5 = = 0)

                                      { cout<<x;

                                             x++;

                                      }

                                      ++ i;

                            }while(i<10);

                            cout<<”\n”<<x;

                   }

      e. Find the correct possible output 

             void main()

               {

                 randomize();

                 char city[][10]={“del”,”chn”,”kol”,”bom”,”bng”};

                int fly ;

                 for(int i=0;i<3;i++)

                     {

                           fly = random(2)+1;

                           cout<<city[fly]<<”:”

                     }

                }

Output:-

      1. Del:chn;kol

      2. Chn:kol:chn

      3. Kol:bom:bng

      4. Kol:chn:kol

Q.No.3

      a. what do you mean by literals? What are the different kind of literals 

      b. Explain the types of errors in c++ 

      c. what is the difference between structure and arrays 

      d. what do you mean by dynamic and static allocation 

      e. what is the difference between ‘a’ and “a” in c++. 

      f. What do you mean by code generation 

Q.No.4

      a. What do you mean by nested structure? Explain with suitable example 

      b. What is data abstraction? Explain the concept with the help of an example.

      c. Convert the following equations to C++ statements. 

          i) s = 1+1/x+1/x2+1/x3

               A) s = 1 + 1/x + 1/(x*x) + 1/(x*x*x);

          ii) V = 4/3Πr3

               A) V = 4/(3*3.1415*r*r*r);

      d. Explain any two string handling functions with syntax and examples 

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