JNTU Exam Papers-B.Tech-Unix And Shell Programming-November 2008

JNTU B.Tech I Semester Regular Examinations, November 2008 UNIX AND SHELL PROGRAMMING ( Common to Computer Science & Engineering and Information Technology) SET-2   1. (a) Describe interrupt and EOF characters. (b) What do multiuser and multitasking mean.   2. (a) Show the octal representation of these permissions: i. rwx ? ?x ? w? ii. … Read more JNTU Exam Papers-B.Tech-Unix And Shell Programming-November 2008

JNTU Previous Papers-B.Tech-Unix And Shell Programming-November 2008

JNTU  B.Tech I Semester Regular Examinations, November 2008 UNIX AND SHELL PROGRAMMING ( Common to Computer Science & Engineering and Information Technology) SET-1     1. (a) Why unix commands are simpler rather than complex tasks. (b) Describe the escaping sequencing characters in unix.   2. What would be the effect of the following commands: … Read more JNTU Previous Papers-B.Tech-Unix And Shell Programming-November 2008

JNTU II B-Tech I Semester Regular Examinations,Unix And Shell Programming -November 2008

JNTU PAPERS  JNTU II B.Tech I Semester Regular Examinations, November 2008                                                                    Unix And Shell Programming ( Common to Computer Science & Engineering … Read more JNTU II B-Tech I Semester Regular Examinations,Unix And Shell Programming -November 2008

JNTU II Regular Examinations -Unix And Shell Programming- November 2008

JNTU II B.Tech I Semester Regular Examinations, November 2008                                                                  Unix And Shell Programming        ( Common to Computer Science & Engineering and … Read more JNTU II Regular Examinations -Unix And Shell Programming- November 2008

JNTU Previous year Question Papers B.Tech-Unix and Shell Programming-November 2008

JNTU B.Tech I Semester November 2008 ( Common to Computer Science & Engineering and Information Technology) UNIX AND SHELL PROGRAMMING SET-3   1. What would be the effect of the following commands: (a) cat users (b) echo $PS1 (c) mv x.c y (d) uname -r (e) rm x.c (f) ls (g) pwd (h) mkdir xyz.   … Read more JNTU Previous year Question Papers B.Tech-Unix and Shell Programming-November 2008