A(n) ____ is the computer counterpart to an ordinary paper file you might keep in a file cabinet or an accounting ledger. a.|spreadsheet|c.|data file| b.|database|d.|attribute| B 8. An association between entities is known as a(n) ____. a.|integrity constraint|c.|database| b.|relationship|d.|data file| C 9. During the ____ process, a database expert determines the structure of the required database.
Each table consists of columns and rows. The database engine is responsible for building or structuring the data in the database. It is also responsible for storing and retrieving data. It can accept SQL requests from application programs written by users, known as the DBMS (Database Management System) components. The components of a typical DBMS consist of forms facility, report writer, interactive query tool, application program and database front-end.
Any statement that is in the same scope as the local variable 5. In most Languages, where does a local variable’s scope begin and end? Begins where you declared the variable and ends at the end of the module. 6. What is the difference between passing an argument by value and passing it by reference?
Then the shell displays another prompt and you can enter another command. When the background job finishes running, the shell displays a message giving both the job number and the command line used to run the command. To see the PID numbers type: ps 4. Assume that the following files are in the working directory: $ ls intro notesb ref2 section1 section3 section4b notesa ref1 ref3 section2 section4a sentrev Give commands for each of the following, using wildcards to express filenames with as few characters as possible. a.
The variable output is displayed with text as well as the result. The pseudo-code for a program provides the plain English description of the steps a program will execute. Pseudo-code is created before the coding begins and is used by the programmer in order to gain a greater understanding of the steps of the program. Below is the pseudo-code for as calorie counter and BMI program: * Program begins. * Create an array that will house five elements for the calorie intake amounts.
Question 20 ____ refers to the amount of computer support that exists for the functions that are included in the new application system. Question 21 A(n) ____ is a field or set of fields stored in one table that also exists as a primary key in another table. Question 22 Which company first built a computer based on the Xerox Star’s graphical user interface (GUI)? Question 23 ____ describes any network over one kilometer. Question 24 ____ testing examines the behavior of an entire subsystem or independent subsystem with respect to technical and user requirements.
YOU are going to develop the software that goes into this....go read up on this and develop a software and implementation plan to do so, no buying packages already out there....in other words RUN with this.....have FUN with this, make up software names, take something out there make it better be CREATIVE. Based on the Kercher (2011) article, what affect does Microsoft Office Live® have on how small medium size businesses design, develop, implement, deploy, and support office systems? BSA 385 Week 5 Team Assignment Smith Software Testing Environment Submit the paper describing standards and testing environment. BSA 385 Week 5 Smith Team Assignment Software Testing Environment Presentation Submit the Smith Consulting Management presentation. BSA 385 Week 4 Discussion Questions How important is it to choose the right tools given the paradigm shift to user-facing, web-based application solutions?
Based upon your skills developed and practice of SQL develop 5 challenging scripts, execute, capture output and post the following into the conference: a. SQL Script b. Output c. Explain what the script does. Note: There will be extensive coverage for SQL for the final exam. This exercise is intended to prepare you for the final exam, hence your script should be able to demonstrate your understanding of reading material illustrated in Oracle SQL by Example book in addition to readings from the text book. Avoid writing simple SQL, focus on complex joins, sub queries and nested joins.