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GATE2016Session7GA5
The sum of the digits of a two digit number is $12$. If the new number formed by reversing the digits is greater than the original number by $54$, find the original number. $39$ $57$ $66$ $93$
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Numerical Ability

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pointer
Which of the following declaration throw runtime error? A. int **c = &c; B. int **c = &*c; C. int **c = **c; D. None of the mentioned. I think C is correct but mentioned correct ans is D how?
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Programming

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Check for Regular Language
Check whether given language is Regular or not? WXWR / W,X∈(0,1)+
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Theory of Computation

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How to find size of integer on your system in C programming
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Programming

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theory of computation
Is this correct ...?
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Theory of Computation

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theory of computation
What language is accepted by the npda below if we make F = {q0, qf }, where F denotes set of final states. Answer is L = $\sum$* ...........right ???
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Theory of Computation

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theory of computation
Let C be a contextfree language and R be a regular language. Prove that the language C $\cap$ R is context free.
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Theory of Computation

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theory of computation
The Language is given by, L is a A) Deterministic CFL. B) Non deterministic CFL but not DCFL. Please draw the PDA for the above language ...
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Theory of Computation

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theoryofcomputation
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Gate 2017 Admission for AIR in 800(s).
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Apr 5
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IISc/IITs

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theory of computation
State TRUE or FALSE . For every regular language , there exists a unique minimal DFA . I know that for every regular language, there is a minimal DFA ...but is it unique ? i think it is ...please explain ...
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Apr 4
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Theory of Computation

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CIL17
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DS

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gate 2018
How can i keep motivated during fulltime gate preparation?
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GATE

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gate
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how many context switches occur whenever application processes are multiplexed
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Apr 1
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Operating System

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ISRO20087
Consider the grammar $S \rightarrow ABCc \mid bc$ $BA \rightarrow AB$ $Bb \rightarrow bb$ $Ab \rightarrow ab$ $Aa \rightarrow aa$ Which of the following sentences can be derived by this grammar? abc aab abcc abbc
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theory of computation
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IISc CDS
Hello, I've just received my Call Letter for IISc CDS (M. Tech). My query is that if I attend the interview then will they consider my application for CSA (M.Tech, Direct Admission) ? While filling the form I've chosen CSA as my first preference and CDS as my second. Thank you.
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IISc/IITs

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admissions
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cpu scheduling
There are six processes waiting in ready queue with the burst time are 9 , 7 , 4 , 2 , 1 and x . In what order should they run to minimize the average waiting time when the value of x is either 5 or 6. a) 1 , 2 , 4 , x , 7 , 9 b) 9 , 7 , x , 4 , 2 , 1 c) x , 7 , 9 , 4 , 2 , 1 d) order cannot be decided
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Operating System

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Peter Linz Exercise 8.1
#8 Determine whether or not the following languages are contextfree (a) L= { anwwRan : n>=0 , w ∈ {a,b}* } (b) L = { anbjanbj : n>=0, j>=0 } (c) L = { anbjajbn : n>=0, j>=0 } (d) L= { anbjakbl : n+j<=k+l } (e) L ... nb(w)=2nc(w) } My answers are : (a)CFL (b)Not CFL (c)CFL (d) CFL (e)Not CFL (f)Not CFL (g) Not CFL Please verify.
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Peter Linz Exercise 8.1
#10 Is the below language context free? L = { w1cw2 : w1,w2 ∈ {a,b}* , w1≠ w2} As per my analysis it is not. Please verify.
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Theory of Computation

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Peter Linz Exercise 8.1
#20 Is the following language L = { amn : m and n are prime } context free?
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How to check if a function follows identity?
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Mar 29
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Digital Logic

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IIT K interview dates
IIT K will be conducting interview/written tests around May 1416 and I have semester exams during that time. How am I supposed to attend the process? Will they change dates because many students may face this issue? Please someone answer. IIT K is the best option I have.
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Mar 29
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IISc/IITs

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Career advice
I am 2016 pass out.i dropped a year for gate and scored 461 marks 35 with rank 5361.i took online coaching of Ravindra sir in the month of July and saw his videos till October and practiced gate previous year questions.i did a major blunder by not ... I will be rejected because of the two year drop.I don't know wat to do.please tell me what should I do.
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Written Exam

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group theory
which among the following statements is TRUE ? S1 : ( { 0,1,2....(m1) } , +m ) where +m stands for "additionmodulom" S2 : ( {0,1,2....m} , +m ) where +m stands for "additionmodulom". A) ONLY S1 is a group. B) ONLY S2 is a group. C) BOTH S1 AND S2 are groups. D) NEITHER S1 NOT S2 is a group.
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Mar 25
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Set Theory & Algebra

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list type
// Graph class represents a undirected graph // using adjacency list representation class Graph { int V; // No. of vertices // Pointer to an array containing adjacency lists list<int> *adj; } is 'list' a datatype?? where can i study about it??
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Mar 25
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Programming

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programminginc
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group theory
Is ( {0},* ) a group ? ( where * stands for multiplication operation ). Please provide explanations with your answer
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Mar 25
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Set Theory & Algebra

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discretemathematics
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sets
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BARC2017
Time complexity of dijkstra's algorithm when array used in place of priority queue Options O(V^2) , O(VlogV+E) , O(VlogV+ElogV) , O(V^3)
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Mar 25
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Algorithms

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Digital Logic
F is a function which have three variable A,B and C. How many Universal Gates will be needed to implement this function.
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Mar 24
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Digital Logic

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digitallogic
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selfdoubt
Are ECE graduates eligible for admissions in IITs/IISc? I gave gate exam in CS and am expecting around 100 rank, Would I be eligible for admissions in IISC/ all IITs? Edit: IISC specifically. I got most of the other info.
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Mar 24
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IISc/IITs

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min max using divide and conquer
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Mar 24
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Algorithms

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divideandconquer
algorithms
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C programming doubt
I am getting segmentation fault for the following code.Please help to rectify. #include <stdio.h> #include <stdlib.h> struct person { int age; float weight; char *name; }; int main() { struct person *ptr; int i, num; printf("Enter number of ... ;%s\t%d\t%.2f\n", ptr>name[i], (ptr+i)>age, (ptr+i)>weight); return 0; }
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Mar 24
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Programming

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Peter Linz Exercise 4.3
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Mar 18
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Theory of Computation

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regularlanguages
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Relations
Proof that a relation which is symmetric and transitive, need not be reflexive relation.
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Mar 17
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Mathematical Logic

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relations
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Asymptotic notations
Is $ (5  n^3) \in \Omega (n^2) $ ?
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Mar 17
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Algorithms

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asymptoticnotations
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A directed acyclic graph represents one form of intermediate repsentation .
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Mar 17
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Compiler Design

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memory addressing
Consider $1 \text{GHz}$ clock frequency processor,uses different operand accessing models shown below: Operand Accessing Mode Frequency(%) Register 10 Immediate 20 Direct 30 Memory Indirect 20 Indexed 20 Assume that $2$ memory cycles consumed for ... fetch rate (in millions $\text{words/sec}$) of processor is __________ (upto 2 to decimal places).
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Mar 14
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CO & Architecture

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addressingmodes
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typedef
typedef int (*test)(float*, float*); test tmp; i am unable to understand the code ,please help!
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Mar 14
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Programming

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source
void fun(int **pptr) { int q = 10; *pptr = &q; } int main() { int r = 20; int *p = &r; fun(&p); printf("%d", *p); return 0; } The output of the program is 10 . But as q here is an automatic variable, the result shouldn't be 10.
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Mar 14
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Programming

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theory of automata
do we need to study chomsky and griebach normal forms in detail for the gate exam? are they useful for solving anything in an easier way?
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Mar 12
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Theory of Computation

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graph theory
A graph with n vertices and 0 edges.can this graph be called as Bipartite ? i mean can we simply partition the n vertices into two sets of vertices such that there is no edge within the set as well there is no edge between the two sets and say it as a Bipartite graph ?
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Mar 12
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Graph Theory

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graphtheory
discretemathematics
graphconnectivity
engineeringmathematics
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