Shell Programs list

Shell Programs

 

1)     Write a Shell program to check the given number is even or odd.

2)     Write a Shell Script to Print Greatest Number from Three Numbers

3)     Write a Shell Script to Add Two Numbers

4)     Write a Shell Script to Calculate Average of Given Numbers

5)     Write a Shell Script to Calculate Factorial of Given Number

6)     Write a Shell Script to Check Whether The Entered File Exist or Not

7)     Write a Shell Script to Check Whether The Character is Vowel or Not

8)     Write a Shell Script For Basic Math Calculator

  1. SUM
  2. SUB
  3. MULTI
  4. DIVIDE

9)     Write a Shell Script to Print Multipication of Two Numbers

10)   Write a Shell script to fine area and perimeter

11)   Write a Shell script for swapping two values

12)   Write a Shell script to find simple interest

13)   Write a Shell Program to Print Numbers from 1 to 10 using For Loop

14)   Write a Shell Program to Print Numbers from 1 to 10 using While Loop

15)   Write a Shell script for interactive file handling program

  1. To copy a file
  2. To rename a file
  3. To remove a file
  4. To compare two file

16)   Write a Shell script to concate two strings and find the length of resulting string.

17)   Write a Shell Script to Print the Sum and Average of First 10 Numbers

18)   Write a Shell Script to Print 5,4,3,2,1 By Using While Loop

19)   Write a Shell Script to Print the Sum of All Digits of An Entered Number

20)   Write a Shell script to print the Fibonacci series up to given no.

21)   Write a Shell Script to Generate Table of Given Number

22)   Write a Shell program to find the area and circumference of a circle.

23)  Write a Shell program to execute various  commands using case statements

  1. who am I?”
  2. who is logged on?”
  3. date”
  4. calendar”

24)  Write a Shell program to display student grades.

25)  Write a Shell program to find the smallest number from a set of numbers.

26)  Write a Shell program to find the largest among ‘n’ different numbers

27)  Write a Shell script to read name and price of article and calculate net price with discount as follows.

  1. If price less than 100 then 10% discount
  2. If price >= 100 then 20% discount

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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B.A(Computer Application) syllabus

hiiii student here your syllabus

Paper-B:     PC SOFTWARE
Total Periods: 90                                             Max. Marks: 55
(3 Periods/week)                                               Exam Hours: 3
Note :   
i.  The Question Paper will consist of Four Sections.    
ii.  Examiner  will  set  total  of NINE  questions  comprising TWO  questions  from  each  Section
and ONE compulsory question of short answer type covering whole syllabi.  
iii.  The students are required to attempt ONE question from each Section and the Compulsory
question.
iv.  All questions carry equal marks unless specified.
 
Object: This course enable the students to get familiar with fundamentals of O.S. ( DOS,
windows) & app. s/w for word processing,   worksheet  preparation & making presentation.
 
                                         SECTION – A   
1.  Disk  Operating  System:  DOS,  System  files,  commonly  used  Internal  and  External
Commands, Batch Files, Config.Sys and Autoexec.Bat.  
2.  Windows  Operating  System:  OS  and  its  functions,  Basics  of  Windows,  Taskbar  Settings,
Windows Explorer, Customizing Windows, Paint, WordPad, Notepad, Control Panel, OLE
Concepts.
 
                                     SECTION – B
3.  MS  -Word:  Basics  of  Word  Processing;  Opening,  Creating,  Saving,  Printing  and  Quitting   
Documents,  Using  the  Interface  (Menu  Toolbars),  Editing  Text    (Copy,  Delete,  Move),
Finding  and  Replacing  Text,  Spell  Check,  Autocorrect;  Auto  text,  Character  formatting,
Page  formatting;  Document  Enhancement:    Adding  Borders  and  shading,  Adding  Headers
and  Footers,  Setting  up  Multiple  columns,  Sorting  blocks,  Adjusting  Margins  and
Hyphenating  Documents,  Creating  Master  Document,  Creating  Data  Source,  Merging  
Documents,  Using   Mail  merge   feature for  labels and     envelopes;   Inserting Pictures ,
Tables , Working with equations
 
                                               SECTION – C   
4.  EXCEL: Worksheet overview, Row, Column, Cells, Menus, Creating Worksheet, Opening,
Saving,  printing  worksheet;  Calculations,  Auto  fill,  working  with  Formulae,  Data
formatting (number formatting, date formatting), Working with Ranges, Establishing Work-sheet links; creating, sorting and filtering Data Base; creating chart, adding Titles, Legends
etc.  to  charts,  Printing  Charts,  creating  Macros,  Record  Macros,  Running  Macros,
Assigning  Macros  to  Buttons,  Functions  (Statistical,  financial,  Mathematical,  string,  date
and time)   

                                                   SECTION – D
5.  PowerPoint: Creating, saving, printing presentations; selecting design templates, animations
and transitions, Auto content Wizard
6.  Access: What is a database? Creating database using Wizard or from scratch, creating tables
using  wizard,  by  entering  data,  using  design  view,  saving,  inserting,  editing,  Changing
properties of fields, setting primary key

 

B.A(Computer Application) syllabus

hiiii student here your syllabus

Paper-A :   Computer Fundamentals & Problem Solving in C
 
Total Periods: 90                                          Max. Marks: 55
(3 Periods/week)                                           Exam Hours: 3
 
Note :   
i.  The Question Paper will consist of Four Sections.    
ii.  Examiner  will  set  total  of NINE  questions  comprising  TWO  questions  from  each
Section and ONE compulsory question of short answer type covering whole syllabi.  
iii.  The  students  are  required  to  attempt ONE  question  from  each  Section  and  the
Compulsory question.
iv.  All questions carry equal marks unless specified.
 
Objective:  The  course  enables  the  students  to  be  familiar  with  fundamentals  of  computer       
( Hardware/Software, O.S., number system ) and  basics of C programming  language.  
 
                                                 SECTION – A  
 
1.  Computer      Appreciation:  Introduction,  Characteristics  of  computer;  Hardware,  Software,
Firmware,  History  of  computers;  Applications  of  computers;  Input,  Process  and  Output;
classification of computers on   size, working principles, generations; Input/Output devices;
Secondary  storage  devices;  Types  of  software;  system  and  Application  software;
Generation   of   Languages; Translators – Interpreters, compilers, Assemblers
 2.  Data, Information, Computer arithmetic and Number systems, ASCII & EBCDIC character
sets.                 
 
                            SECTION – B  
3.  Introduction to multiprocessing, time sharing, multi tasking and real time computing.
 4.  Introduction  to  computer  based  Problem-solving,  Algorithms,  Top-down  design  and
stepwise  refinement  (breaking  a  problem  into  sub-tasks,  basic      programming  constructs,
documentation of programs, program testing
 
 
                                                 SECTION – C
 
5.  C  Language:  History,  Structure  of  a  C  program,  Data  types,  Constants  and      variables,
Operators  and  Expressions,  I/O  functions,  Formatted  Input/Output,  Unformatted
Input/Output; Control constructs, type modifiers and storage classes, Preprocessor:  #define,  
#include,  #undef,  #conditional  compilation  directives    (#if,  #else,  #elif,  #endif,  #ifdef  and
#ifndef),  Header  files  (stdio.h,  ctype.h,  string.h,  math.h,  stdlib.h,  time.h);  Type  casting.  
Type conversion, Scope Rules: Local and Global variables.
 6.  Functions:  library  functions,  user  defined  functions,  scope  rule      of  functions  Parameter
passing: call by value and call by reference, calling functions with Arrays, Recursion: Basic
concepts, Design examples (Tower of Hanoi, Recursive quick sort)
 

                                             SECTION – D
7.  Arrays:  One  dimensional,  Two  dimensional,  Pointers: &  and  *  operators,  Pointer
expression,  Pointer  assignments,  Pointer      arithmetic.  The  dynamic  allocation  functions    –
malloc  and  calloc,  Pointer  vs  Arrays,  Passing  Array to  functions,  Arrays      of        pointers,
Functions   with variable number of Arguments  
 8.  Structures:  Basics of Structures, Declaring a structure, Referencing   structure    elements,
Array of structures, Passing structures to functions. Unions: Declaration Uses. Enumurated
data  types,  type  def,  Bit  wise  operators,  File  Handling:    The  file  Pointers,  file  accessing
functions (fopen, fclose, putc, getc, fprint); argc and argv; File opening modes, Text mode,
Binary mode

 

 

Login Form in Visual basic with oracle Database

Welcome to visual basic 6.0 database connectivity here in this tutorial create LOGIN form with oracle database
First of all open Visual basic 6.0
the open new form in this form design a Login form with “User name and Password”

login form

After design the login form just click on “OK “button


First of all declare two variable
Dim rs As New ADODB.Recordset
Dim cn As New ADODB.Connection
On click ok button types the given coding
Private Sub cmdOK_Click()
Set cn = New ADODB.Connection
cn.Open “Provider=MSDAORA.1;Password=tiger;User ID=scott;Data Source=odba;Persist Security Info=True”
cn.CursorLocation = adUseClient
rs.Open “select * from login where userid = ‘” & text1.Text & “‘ and password = ‘” & text2.Text & “‘”, cn, adOpenStatic, adLockBatchOptimistic
If rs.RecordCount = 1 Then
MsgBox (“Login Successful”), vbInformation, “Success”
rs.Close
Form1.Show
Unload Me
Else
MsgBox (“Unsufficieent Or Invalid Entry”), vbCritical, “Wrong ID n Password”
End If
End Sub

After type entire coding RUN the program Enter username and password and click ok now your coding run successfully execute.

output screen

Installing Windows 7 from USB

Today we we talk about Net book, All of us face common Problem And the Name of Problem is “ABSENCE OF CD/DVD DRIVE” in Net book
With out Drive we cant install WINDOW in our net book
For this we need a bootable USB or PEN Drive
So here is some step “how we INSTALL WINDOWS 7 FROM USB”

For Windows 7, it all begins by downloading the Windows 7 USB/DVD Download Tool from following link

http://www.microsoftstore.com/store/msstore/html/pbPage.Help_Win7_usbdvd_dwnTool

The standard install process occurs from this point, and nothing surprising should happen.

Once installed, start-up the application itself (it rudely likes to put an icon on the desktop) and you get the below dialog that is asking for an ISO image. Microsoft’s recommended path is to have the ISO downloaded from the Microsoft Store, but any old Windows 7 install CD image will work as long as it is an ISO.

Here in images we have step how we create bookable USB

Notepad Secret


1 Open Notepad
2 On the very first line, type in “.LOG” (without quotes) then press Enter for a new line
3 Now you can type in some text if you want, then save the file.
Next time when you open the file, notice its contents. Notepad automatically adds a time/date log everytime you open the file.

Abbreviations associated with Computer

Here are some important abbreviations associated with Computer and web technology. These terms are very basic and general known by many peoples, but aim of sharing here to spread with unaware people.

    CDAC : Centre for Development of Advanced Parallel Computing.
    C-DOT : Center for Development of Telematrics.
    HTTP : Hyper Text Transfer Protocol
    ROM : Read Only Memory
    RAM : Random Access Memory
    BIOS : Basic Input- Output System.
    MODEM : Modulation – Demodulation.
    CAD : Computer Aided Design.
    PSTN : Public Switched Public Data Network.
    PSPDN : Pocket Switched Public.
    RABAN : Remote Area Business Message Network.
    LAN : Local Area Network
    WAN : Wide Area Network .
    MAN : Metropolitan Area Network.
    CDMA : Code Division Multiple Access.
    GAIS : Gateway Internet Access Service
    E-Mail : Electronic Mail.
    CD : Compact Disc.
    LDU : Liquid Display Unit.
    CPU : Central Processing Unit.
    CAM : Computer Aided Manufacturing.
    CATScan : Computerized Axial Tomography Scan .
    COBOL : Common Business Oriented Language.
    COMAL : Common Algorithmic Language.
    DOS : Disk Operating System.
    DTS : Desk Top System
    DTP : Desk Top Publishing.
    E-Commerce : Electronic Commerce.
    ENIAC : Electronic Numerical Integrator And Calculator
    FAX : Far Away Xerox.
    FLOPS : Floating Operations Per Second.
    FORTRAN : Formula Translation.
    HLL : High Level Language.
    HTML : Hyper Text Markup Language.
    IBM : International Business Machine.
    IC : Integrated Circuit
    ISH : International Super Highway.
    LISP : List Processing.
    LLL : Low Level Language
    MICR : Magnetic Ink Character Recognizer.
    MIPS : Millions of Instructions Per Second.
    MOPS : Millions of Operations Per Second.
    MPU : Micro Processor Unit.
    NICNET : National Information Center Network.
    OMR : Optical Mark Reader.
    PC-DOT : Personal Computer Disk Operation System.
    PROM : Programmable Read Only Memory.
    SNOBOL : String Oriented Symbolic Language.
    UPS : Uninterpretable Power Supply.
    VDU : Visual Display Unit.
    VLSI : Very Large Scale Integrated.
    WWW : World Wide Web.

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