Wednesday, 28 March 2018

MIT108 - OBJECT ORIENTED PROGRAMMING


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STUDENT NAME:-
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ASSIGNMENT DRIVE - Fall 2017
PROGRAM- M. Sc it
SEMESTER-1
SUBJECT CODE & NAME-MIT108 - OBJECT ORIENTED PROGRAMMING


Assignment Set - 1 Questions
Q1. Describe primitive and abstract data types in Java. 7+3=10
Answer:
Primitive data types (also known as standard data types) are the data types that are built into the Java language. The Java


Q2. Explain with suitable example differentiate between Break and Continue statements in Java.
Answer.
Break and Continue statements in Java
Break statements
The


Q3. Explain the differences between packages and Interfaces.
Answer.
Packages and Interfaces
Packages
Java provides a mechanism for partitioning the class name space into more manageable chunks. This mechanism is the package. The package is both a naming and a visibility control mechanism. You can define


Assignment Set - 2 Questions
Q1. Define Applets. What are the restrictions of Applets? Explain applet class. (2+3+5)
Answer.
Applets
An applet is a Java program that can be embedded in a web page. Java applications are run by using a Java interpreter. Applets are run on any browser that supports Java. Applets can also be tested using the



Q2. Differentiate between JDBC and ODBC. 10
Answer.
JDBC and ODBC
Java Data Base Connectivity (JDBC)

The JDBC API (Java Data Base Connectivity Application Program Interface) can access any kind of


Q3. Describe BeanBox. Explain the advantages of Java Beans.
Answer:
The BeanBox:
The BeanBox is a very simple test container. It allows you to try out both the BDK example beans and your own newly created beans.
The BeanBox allows you

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