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Software Development

The process of designing, creating, maintaining software applications, utilizing programming languages and needs to meet user and business requirements.

coding

programming

testing

debugging

documentation

agile

scrum

waterfall

requirements

design

deployment

maintenance

version control

collaboration

automation

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ means the routines in a program that respond to abnormal input or conditions.

  • Error isolation
  • Error handling
  • Error detection
  • Error identification

In parallel development life cycles it is necessary to keep the track of

  • Comparison with the sequential approach
  • Configuration management of changes
  • A & b
  • None of the above

An Evolutionary Prototype:

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  • Gradually evolves into the finished application.
  • Is an application that is ported from one platform to another.
  • Is a paper design used to discuss the proposed user interface.
  • Is a throw away model used to test aspects of an application.

What is a rectangle in a Flowchart?

  • A decision
  • A single instruction
  • An input or output
  • START or END

Tick all the valid relationships possible in a Use Case Diagram

  • between actor and use case
  • between actor and use case
  • between actor and actor
  • between use case and boundary
  • between use case and use case

A purchaser can perform integration to the infrastructure only for the integration of commercial off-the-shelf software product.

  • True
  • False

What happens when a variable is declared?

  • It is given a value.
  • It is created.
  • It is given a name.
  • It is assigned.

Which one is NOT a synonym of or definition for 'discipline'?

  • The the state of improved behaviour,
  • A theory.
  • The way that you think and feel about something expressed by your behaviour.
  • A field of study.

'Felhasználói feltételek' in English is l_ _ _ _ _ _ a_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ .

  • icense greement

In authentication, fingerprints are examples of

  • something you know
  • something you have
  • something you are
  • somewhere you are

What is an Integer?

  • letters, numbers and symbols
  • a whole number
  • a fraction (e.g. 1.25)
  • Just 1 letter, number or symbol

Which symbol do we use to subtract (take away) in Computing?

  • -

In the construction phase of a Software Development Life Cycle:

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  • Most of the time would be spent coding and testing the application.
  • The main aim is to discover the requirements for the application.
  • The non functional requirements would be identified to help ensure the development stays on schedule.
  • The project plan is finalised prior to developing the application.

What symbol do we use to tell LiveCode we are joining strings together?

  • &

Reviewing project request is done in which phase?

  • Planning
  • Analysis
  • Design
  • Implementation

You should have _________ to help __________ of your __________.

  • money, expenses, a budget.
  • keep track, expenses, budget
  • a budget, keep track, expenses
  • expenses, keep track, budget

Developing details of system is done in which phase?

  • Planning
  • Design & Develop
  • Analysis
  • Implementation

What does the function Round() do?

  • It changes the number of decimal places in a real number.
  • It returns the number of characters in a string.
  • It draws a circle.
  • It goes round adding numbers to get a total.

What happens when a variable is assigned a value?

  • It is given a value.
  • It is created.
  • It is given a name.
  • It is declared.

What do we call the data a program displays?

  • outputs
  • strings
  • processes
  • inputs

What does <= mean?

  • Is less than or equal to
  • Is greater than or equal to
  • Is less than
  • Is greater than

What is the file _______________?

  • expulsion
  • extension
  • extinction
  • expansion

The testing which is done by going thro' the code is known as

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  • Unit Testing
  • White-box Testing
  • Black-box Testing
  • Regression Testing

What is a variable?

  • A variable stores a single item of data in a program.
  • A variable is an input to a program.
  • A variable is a process.
  • A variable is an output from a program.

Tick all the the words meaning 'jellemzők'.

  • attributes
  • attributes
  • applications
  • properties
  • features

What data type holds whole numbers?

  • Integer

In encryption, the text data that is scrambled so that it is difficult to understand is called

  • plain text
  • cipher text
  • rich text
  • portable text

__________________________ requirements are those that the client would like to have but which does not affect the system.

  • Non-Functional

Software testing which is done without planning and Documentation is known as

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  • Adhoc Testing
  • Unit Testing
  • Regression Testing
  • Functional Testing

Acceptance testing includes non functional features.

  • True
  • False

What is a Real?

  • letters, numbers and symbols
  • a whole number
  • a fraction (e.g. 1.25)
  • Just 1 letter, number or symbol

Which one is not required for a program to be fit for purpose?

  • It meets all the functional requirements.
  • It produces the correct results for the inputs.
  • It has no errors.
  • The code is readable and efficient.

What does "the loop terminates" mean?

  • The loop ends.
  • The loop goes on forever.
  • The loop continues.
  • The loop is not executed at all.

In the Context Diagram shown here, 'Doctor', 'Patient' and 'Medicare' are examples of

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  • entities

What does * mean in Computing?

  • add
  • subtract
  • multiply
  • divide
  • to the power

The box will arrive on your local __________ day with all the parts and a Users' Manual.

  • post
  • delivery
  • mail
  • deliverance

1. Review and approve the project request.2. Prioritize the project request.3. Allocate resources such as money, people, and equipment to approved the projects4. Form a project development team from each approved project.These activities are found in...

  • Planning Phase
  • Analysis Phase
  • Development Phase
  • Security

Which shape is an output in a Flowchart?

  • Diamond
  • Rectangle
  • Rounded Rectangle
  • Parallelogram

What does SDLC stand for?

  • Software Development Life Cycle

Why is software security important?

  • [No Answer]

An instant, temporary method or process of dealing with a problem is called a w_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _.

  • workaround

What does - mean in Computing?

  • add
  • subtract
  • multiply
  • divide
  • to the power

What does / mean in Computing?

  • add
  • subtract
  • multiply
  • divide
  • to the power

What do we call the information a program asks for?

  • outputs
  • processes
  • messages
  • inputs

What is a conditional loop?

  • Code that is repeated a certain number of times.
  • Code that is repeated exactly once.
  • Code that is repeated forever.
  • Code that is repeated until a question is true.

What are the four parts of a Use Case Diagram?

  • [No Answer]

How do you know you have a syntax error?

  • The program will not run.
  • The program stops in the middle.
  • The program works, but the output is wrong.

Strongly typed programming languages are characterised:

  • As languages used to interrogate databases.
  • As languages where variables can hold data of any type.
  • As languages where variables can only hold data of the type declared.
  • As low level languages.

Defects generally fall into the following categories?

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  • Wrong
  • Missing
  • Extra
  • All of the above

Which one is NOT an example of a process?

  • formatting
  • calculation
  • operation
  • input data

'élőfej' and 'élőláb' are ... in English

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  • header and footer
  • header and feet
  • footer and header
  • headers and footer

A (n) _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ job is difficult to do, but interesting and enjoyable.

  • diminishing
  • challenging
  • increasing
  • lingering

What does assigning a value to a variable mean?

  • giving the variable a value
  • creating the variable
  • making the variable
  • giving the variable a name

In a Use Case Diagram, 'Add Customer, 'Check Balance', 'Deposit Amount' are all examples of

  • Actors
  • Use Cases
  • Relationships
  • System Boundaries

Decomposition-based design optimization consists of two steps: ______________, and coordination of the design of the decomposed system.

  • anticipating of a system design problem into a number of subproblems
  • partitioning of a system design problem into a number of subproblems
  • partitioning of a system design problem into a number of backup problems
  • depicting of a system design problem into a number of subproblems

What do we call the information a user gets out of a program?

  • outputs
  • strings
  • messages
  • inputs

What does + mean in Computing?

  • add
  • subtract
  • multiply
  • divide
  • to the power

What does >= mean?

  • Is less than or equal to
  • Is greater than or equal to
  • Is less than
  • Is greater than

What kind of loop is a REPEAT…UNTIL loop?

  • Fixed
  • Conditional

Entities are shown in a Context Diagram using the symbol

  • Square
  • Circle
  • Rectangle
  • Oval

What are the conditional operators?

  • Operators that let you make a question.
  • Operators that let you manupulate numbers.
  • Operators that let you ask complex questions.

Which shape is a decision in a Flowchart?

  • Diamond
  • Rectangle
  • Rounded Rectangle
  • Parallelogram

What is the correct IT term for 'elrendezés'?

  • organization
  • direction
  • settlement
  • layout

Executing the same test case by giving the number of inputs on same build called as

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  • Regression Testing
  • Retesting
  • Adhoc Testing
  • Sanity Testing

Agile is a software development methodology that focuses on flexibility, collaboration and efficiency that allow teams to deliver ............ products.

  • completed
  • excuted
  • united
  • quality

.................. provide the environment that allows the team to be successful.

  • Managers

In analysis, what is a process?

  • What a program does to its inputs to get the right outputs.
  • A calculation a program makes.
  • An operation carried out by a program. Examples include addition or concatenation.
  • All of the above.

What is a parallelogram in a Flowchart?

  • A decision
  • A single instruction
  • An input or output
  • START or END

Which symbol do we use to divide in Computing?

  • /

Which one of the following is an advantage of using an iterative development model rather than a sequential development model? An iterative model:

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  • Ensures that the developer documents all of the stages.
  • Helps to ensure that the finished product could be implemented for a wide range of platforms.
  • Is easier to manage than a sequential model.
  • Is more likely to discover errors early in the life-cycle.

End User _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ is the legal agreement between the manufacturer and purchaser of software that determines the terms of usage.

  • license agreement

The conventional waterfall model involves testing

  • At the end of the project life cycle.
  • Throughout the cycle.
  • For every new functionality in each increment.
  • Depends on the feedback given by the customer.

What do we call the data a user puts in to a program?

  • outputs
  • strings
  • messages
  • inputs

Which error type gives the wrong results but seems like it is working.

  • Syntax Error
  • Execution Error
  • Logic Error

Acceptance testing is known as

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  • Beta Testing
  • Grey Box Testing
  • Test Automation
  • White box Testing

When planning a usability test for a small application, which of the following features should be taken into account? (Select all that apply).

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  • The equipment used to develop the application.
  • The internal code documentation.
  • The purpose of the test. (Missed)
  • The scope of the test. (Missed)

How do you know you have a logic error?

  • The program will not run.
  • The program stops in the middle.
  • The program works, but the output is wrong.

______ is the first step in the debugging, it means the ______ of the bug and why it happens.

  • Isolation the source of the problem, correction
  • Identifying the problem, detection
  • Correction, isolation the source of the problem
  • Detection, identifying the problem

Cost of quality =Prevention Cost + Appraisal cost + Failure cost

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  • True
  • False

Which type of test data is used to check code is robust?

  • Normal
  • Extreme
  • Exceptional
  • Valid

It is a good practice to have testers involved during test basis documents review.

  • True
  • False

A _________________________ is a visualisation of the entire software project with the data that flows into and out of it.

  • Use Case Diagram
  • Context Diagram
  • Data Flow Diagram
  • All of the above

Which one is a logical operator?

  • +
  • <
  • ^
  • OR

What is an "Adaptive Design" ?

  • Fixed to one size
  • One layout
  • Not depending on the object
  • Responsive design

What does "Agile" means?

  • Passive
  • Active
  • Efficient
  • Indifferent

In order to finalize the (a tartalomra és jellemzőkre vonatkozó követelményeket) we need to have the CEO's (beleegyezését).

  • approval requirements, content and feature
  • content and feature requirements, approval
  • approval, content and feature requirements
  • content and approval requirements, feature

.................... is when the product owner and the rest of the team refine the backlog on a regular basis.

  • Burndown chart
  • Backlog grooming
  • Business agility
  • Iteration

List the three authentication methods used in software security

  • [No Answer]

What are the Types of Integration Testing?

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  • Big Bang Testing
  • Bottom Up Testing
  • Top Down Testing
  • All the above

'Scrapping' is to

  • write a draft.
  • test a program.
  • _select waste material.

Plugins are ... (more than one correct answer)

  • extensions that adds extra functionality
  • extensions that adds extra functionality
  • extra tool that clean the storage space of data
  • Loaded data
  • easy ways to add new features

What command do we use for loops (in LiveCode)?

  • repeat

What does > mean?

  • Is equal to
  • Is not equal to
  • Is less than
  • Is greater than

To check whether we have developed the product according to the customer requirements r not. It is a Dynamic process

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  • Validation
  • Verification
  • Quality Assurance
  • Quality Control

I am eager to do what I can to help my students to s_ _ _ _ their p_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _.

  • show potential

The CMMi is process improvement framework for

  • System Engg.
  • Reverse Engg.
  • Forward Engg.
  • Ration Unified Process

'Inventory' is ___________ in Hungarian.

  • feltaláló
  • kutatóintézet
  • leltár

Which error type does not stop the program, but gives the wrong results.

  • Syntax Error
  • Execution Error
  • Logic Error

What does a user interface design show?

  • the inputs of a program
  • the outputs of a program
  • the inputs and outputs of a program
  • the processes of a program

What does ^ mean in Computing?

  • add
  • subtract
  • multiply
  • divide
  • to the power

Which error type prevents the program from running?

  • Syntax Error
  • Execution Error
  • Logic Error

Version control is

  • verzió irányítás
  • verziókövető
  • verzió ellenőrzés
  • irányítási változat

When should users be trained on a new system?

  • During the Analysis phase.
  • During the Development phase.
  • During the Implementation phase.
  • During the Evaluation phase.

Verification is

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  • Process based
  • Product based
  • Both
  • None

What two things does a variable need?

  • A name.
  • A data type.
  • A name and a data type.
  • A name that includes the data type.

A ............. ................ is the subset of product backlog that a team targets to deliver during a sprint in order to accomplish the sprint goal and make progress toward a desired outcome.

  • sprint backlog

Which of the following data collection methods is best suited to understand the feelings, attitudes and opinions of people.

  • Survey
  • Interview
  • Observation
  • Report

What is pseudocode?

  • Structured English that describes an algorithm.
  • A graphical design technique
  • A programming language.

.................is the ability of an organization to sense changes internally or externally and respond accordingly

  • Scrum
  • Daily stand-up meeting
  • Burndown chart
  • Business agility

Traceability is

  • the ability of seeing traces of something with ones own eyes.
  • the ability of keeping track of something.
  • a synonym for transparency.

Integration sequence depends on

  • High risk interface location
  • No risk interface location
  • A & b
  • None of the above

What does the logical operator NOT do?

  • Flip the result of a condition.
  • Make a condition true.
  • Make a condition false.
  • Something else.

The purpose of an SRS is to (tick all applicable options)

  • tell the client that their problems have been understood
  • tell the client that their problems have been understood
  • tell the client how much money they have to pay
  • tell the client that design of project will be based on SRS
  • tell the client how many people will be working on the project
  • tell the client that testing will be carried out

Incremental Model is the first process model to be introduced and is also referred to as a linear-sequential life cycle model.

  • True
  • False

What is Extreme test data?

  • Valid data that a user could enter.
  • The minimum or maximum value that is allowed.
  • Data that should not be allowed.

Rapid application development methodologies can best be categorised as methodologies that:

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  • Support iterative and incremental developments.
  • Support purely incremental developments.
  • Support purely iterative developments.
  • Support sequential developments.

What do we call test data that is outside the range the program should work with?

  • Exceptional

If extreme programming automates test cases before coding then we can call it

  • Test based development
  • Test next approach
  • Test oriented development
  • Test driven development

All the software development life cycles have to be sequential

  • True
  • False

Which shape is an input in a Flowchart?

  • Diamond
  • Rectangle
  • Rounded Rectangle
  • Parallelogram

_______________ is a method of data collection in which several people can participate at the same time.

  • Survey

The work product prepared by developers and business analysts during development are the basis of testing in one or more test levels.

  • True
  • False

Component testing cannot include performance or robustness or structural testing

  • True
  • False

Unlike the easy-to-start console versions, the Windows versions require a _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ installation process and hefty computer power.

  • diffierent
  • multistep
  • meticulous
  • single-step

What does <> mean?

  • Is equal to
  • Is not equal to
  • Is less than
  • Is greater than

Components test scripts have to be written even before the code is written in

  • Rapid application development
  • Sequential models
  • Agile Development
  • Testing within the life cycle model

Which one is a way to ensure code is robust?

  • Indentation
  • Readability
  • Input Validation
  • Arrays

'Implement' is to (3 options)

  • perform
  • perform
  • complete
  • finish
  • carry out

Which shape is START and END in a Flowchart?

  • Diamond
  • Rectangle
  • Rounded Rectangle
  • Parallelogram

Assessing system security is done in which phase?

  • Planning
  • Design
  • Analysis
  • Maintenance

True or False? The first item of an array is [0].

  • True
  • False

What function do we use to change the number of decimal places in a number?

  • Length
  • Random
  • Round
  • DecimalPlaces

The project is required to be placed under formal controls in

  • Waterfall model
  • Agile development
  • Rapid Application Development
  • All of the above

'Merge' is a synonym for

  • unite
  • unite
  • melt
  • join

Variance from product specifications is called?

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  • Report
  • Requirement
  • Defect
  • All of above

Give at least 3 stages of SDLC

  • Planning
  • Planning
  • Deployment
  • Building

Boundary value analysis belongs to which testing method?

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  • Black Box testing
  • White Box testing
  • Both
  • None

Which one of the following best describes the key workflows in a Software Development Life Cycle?

  • Analysis and Design.
  • Analysis, Design and Implementation.
  • Analysis, Design, Implementation and Testing.
  • Design, Implementation and Testing.

Requirement and Analysis, Design, Development or Coding, Testing and Maintenance is called as Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC )

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  • True
  • False

Which error type prevents the program from starting?

  • Syntax Error
  • Execution Error
  • Logic Error

Which graphical design technique uses arrows?

  • Flowchart
  • Structure Diagram

If you split something , you

  • break it into pieces.
  • divide it into two or more parts.
  • visit a town in Croatia.
  • cut it open.

Tick the three words meaning 'kijelző'.

  • display
  • display
  • exhibit
  • monitor
  • screen

Which one of the following software development methodologies would be the most suitable approach for developing a small scale application such as a mobile app?

  • Agile approaches such as SCRUM.
  • Structured Systems Analysis and Design (SSADM).
  • The Waterfall Model.
  • Unified Systems Development Process(USDP).

Which of the following is not considered to be a non-functional requirement?

  • Reliability
  • Portability
  • Robustness
  • Affordability

What is this?

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  • a spreadsheet
  • a stylesheet
  • a tasksheet
  • a schedule

What function do we use to choose a number as if by chance?

  • Length
  • Random
  • Round
  • Chance

What kind of loop is a FOR loop?

  • Fixed
  • Conditional

The network will be down for an hour for routine ___________ .

  • maintaination
  • mainatinial
  • maintenance
  • maintainity

What do we call resetting or clearing a variable?

  • declaration
  • assignment
  • initialisation
  • _selection
  • iteration

What do we call test data that is at the edges of the range the program should work with?

  • Extreme

What command do we use for iteration (in LiveCode)?

  • repeat

Wireframes help ...

  • designers to communicate to developers
  • developers to communicate to designers

What symbol do we use to tell LiveCode we are writing a string?

  • "

Which error type stops a program in the middle?

  • Syntax Error
  • Execution Error
  • Logic Error

Phillip likes thinking in an original and creative way. He ...

  • thinks inside the box
  • thinks outside the box
  • thinks in the box
  • thinks out of the the box

When is C1 AND C2 true?

  • When both C1 and C2 are true.
  • When either C1 or C2 is true.
  • When neither C1 nor C2 is true.
  • When C1 is true and C2 is false

Which of the following SDLC models is most expensive to implement?

  • Agile
  • Waterfall
  • Rapid Prototyping
  • Spiral

What is MVP?

  • Most Valuable Professional
  • Most Valuable Player
  • Minimum Viable Product
  • Maximum Viable Product

What term do we use to explain that a loop ends?

  • The loop terminates.
  • The loop goes on forever.
  • The loop continues.
  • The loop repeats infinitely.

"Cache" means ...

  • a kind of design
  • a kind of fish
  • a kind of storage
  • new data

What data type can hold letters, numbers and symbols?

  • String

Paper flow is

  • when you have enough paper at work.
  • when you order paper supplies at work.
  • when you throw away uneccesary paper.
  • when you use too much paper at work.

Which symbol do we use to multiply in Computing?

  • *

Objective of system testing is to

  • Test interfaces between all the components
  • Conduct a business process to determine if the system can be accepted
  • Check entire behavior of the whole product against the scope defined
  • Verify each module functioning

Shows how verification & validation can be integrated in each SDLC phase

  • Waterfall model
  • V-model
  • Incremental model
  • RAD

Software development activities influence

  • Installation testing
  • Regression testing
  • Complete testing
  • None of the above

What symbols must delimit (go round) a string?

  • "

You can use italics or capitals to ________ a word in a piece of writing.

  • stress
  • emphasize
  • focus
  • find

What is readability in programming?

  • Code that can be easily understood by any programmer.
  • Code with no execution errors.
  • Code with no logic errors.
  • Code with no comments.

What command do we use for selection?

  • if

Name the document you can read the following words in: select, folder, download, panel, double-click

  • installation guide

Read the following extract from a requirements specification and then decide which of the following are functional requirements. (Select all that apply). An e-commerce company want a mobile application that will allow users to view their products and make orders. The application needs to be finished by the end of June and should cost no more than £5,000 to develop.

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  • Completed before the end of June.
  • Cost no more than £5000.
  • Make an order. (Missed)
  • View products. (Missed)

A bar code is ....

  • a long row of numbers and parallel lines that is printed on products in shops.
  • a dress code of a bar.
  • is a set of regulations about how you have to behave in a bar.
  • is a code that allows you to set the bar.

How do we choose names for our variables?

  • Use a short name that describes the information being stored.
  • Start at A and work down the alphabet.
  • It doesn't matter, any name will do.

RSA, Diffie-Hellman and DSA are examples of

  • Symmetric encryption
  • Public key encryption

The whole team was involved ____ the project.

  • by
  • on
  • in
  • at

What do we call test data that is inside the range the program should work with?

  • Normal

The following standard algorithm: Set temp to first value in a list For each value in the list IF value in the list is greater than temp set temp to value in list End loop is an example of a:

  • Find average algorithm.
  • Find maximum algorithm.
  • Find minimum algorithm.
  • Validation loop algorithm.

The approach/document used to make sure all the requirements are covered when writing test cases

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  • Test Matrix
  • Checklist
  • Test bed
  • Traceability Matrix

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ is the act of expecting or foreseeing something.

  • Anticipation

Sitemap is ... (more than one correct answer)

  • a tool to find routes to destinations
  • an outline to plan a website
  • a hierarchical listing for user
  • a list of links across the websites

'Life-long learning' in Hungarian is ...

  • Élethosszig tartó tanulás

Which of the following data collection methods help to investigate a new system in detail?

  • Survey
  • Interview
  • Observation
  • Report

Which one is *not* an example of readability?

  • Using spaces to break up the code.
  • Using indentation to show which lines of code are in a loop.
  • Making sure our code is all spelt correctly.
  • Using comments to explain the code.

If you have a ____________ , you are good at noticing small but important things that other people might not notice.

  • keen eye of detail
  • keen eye for detail
  • keen eye about detail
  • keen eye on detail

Which symbol do we use to make a power in Computing?

  • ^

A ................. ............. is a list of the new features, changes to existing features, bug fixes, infrastructure changes or other activities that a team may deliver in order to achieve a specific outcome.

  • product backlog

The software life cycle model adopted for a project can have any serious impact on the process of testing.

  • True
  • False

What is a condition in Computing Science?

  • A sequence
  • Repetition
  • A question
  • Arithmetic

Look at the following algorithm and decide what would happen if the variable 'shoppingTotal' contained the value 60. IF shoppingTotal > 80 THEN discount = '20%'ELSEIF shoppingTotal > 70 THEN discount = '10%'ELSEIF shoppingTotal > 60 THEN discount = '5%'ELSE discount = 'No Discount'

  • Discount would hold the value ‘20%’.
  • Discount would hold the value ‘10%’.
  • Discount would hold the value ‘5%’.
  • Discount would hold the value ‘No Discount’.

Prioritizing project request is done in which phase?

  • Planning
  • Analysis
  • Design
  • Implementation

Which one is not part of code readability?

  • Indentation
  • Blank lines to separate blocks of code.
  • Code with no errors.
  • Clear comments.

Which one is NOT a "web-app"?

  • Amazon
  • Shopee
  • Figma
  • Medium

Stakeholders are ...

  • who design the application
  • who develop the application
  • who use the application
  • who test the application

I tend to focus on the functions the users would need and benefit from, as well as analyze what look the t_ _ _ _ _ a_ _ _ _ _ _ _ will accept and prefer.

  • arget udience

Which shape is a single instruction in a Flowchart?

  • Diamond
  • Rectangle
  • Rounded Rectangle
  • Parallelogram

How would you rate your understanding of the concepts in Chapter 3: Analysis of Unit 3 Software Development? (Be truthful. Remember: No judgement only support)

  • Understood all concepts
  • Understood most concepts
  • Need help with understanding some concepts
  • Help!!! I'm struggling.

Tick all the valid connections possible in a DFD

  • between process and entity
  • between process and entity
  • between process and data store
  • between entity and data store
  • between process and process

Which one is not a design technique?

  • Flow chart
  • Structure Diagram
  • Pseudocode
  • SQL Reference Language

It is an extension of waterfall model and is based on the association of a testing phase for each corresponding development stage.

  • Verification and Validation Model
  • Big Bang Model
  • Incremetal Model
  • Iterative Model

__________________________ is the process of planning, organizing and monitoring a project in order to ensure it is completed on time and within budget and scope.

  • Project Management

SRS means Software Requirement...

  • System
  • Software
  • Survey
  • Specification

It measures the quality of a productIt is a specific part of the QA procedure, It is a corrective process,It applies for particular product & Deals with the product.

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  • Validation
  • Verification
  • Quality Assurance
  • Quality Control

What does initialise a variable mean?

  • giving the variable its first value
  • creating the variable
  • making the variable
  • giving the variable a name

'Deploy ' means

  • telepít
  • alkalmaz
  • használ
  • fejleszt

What is selection in Computing Science?

  • It allows the program to ask a question to choose which code to run.
  • It allows the program to loop.
  • It allows the program to execute in order.

A stub would replace

  • A calling component
  • A called component
  • Calling and called
  • A & b both

Design flows through into development that in turn flows into build and then into test.

  • Incremental model
  • RAD
  • Waterfall model
  • Iterative Life cycle

A form on a web page has been designed to allow the user to enter numeric values ranging from 0 to 100. Which one of the following sets of test data would be the best to use to test the form?

  • -1, 0, 50, 100, 101
  • 0, 1, 50, 99, 100
  • ‘a’, -1, 0, 50, 100, 101
  • ‘a’, 0, 1, 50, 99, 100

Non functional tests may include

  • Portability and reliability
  • Performance
  • Usability
  • All of the above

What are the three main tasks to identify in functional analysis?

  • inputs, outputs and processes
  • inputs, outputs and messages
  • inputs, calculations and processes.
  • data, information and messages

What is the Computing Science term for IF?

  • Sequence
  • _Selection
  • Iteration
  • Dictation

What is a String?

  • letters, numbers and symbols
  • a whole number
  • a fraction (e.g. 1.25)
  • Just 1 letter, number or symbol

Which design technique is text based?

  • Pseudocode
  • Flowchart
  • Structure Diagram

What is a rectangle used for in a structure diagram?

  • A decision
  • A single instruction
  • A loop

Why do we identify the inputs, outputs and processes for a program specification?

  • To identify the functional requirements.
  • To waste time.
  • Because it is fun.
  • So that we can make sure our program is secure.

The Unified Modelling Language (UML) is commonly used in current software development methodologies. What type of UML diagram shows who should be able to perform specific functional requirements?

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  • Class diagram.
  • Sequence diagram.
  • State diagram.
  • Use case diagram.

What is a diamond in a Flowchart?

  • A decision
  • A single instruction
  • An input or output
  • START or END

Which of the following is considered to be the most secure form of biometric authentication?

  • Fingerprints
  • Iris scanning
  • Facial recognition
  • Hand geometry

..........is a process framework used to manage product development

  • Sprint
  • Cross-functional
  • Scrum
  • Agile

Incremental model is the one in which

  • A series of increments deliver just a part of overall functionality.
  • Testing is done at the end
  • Defects are detected close to the live implementation
  • There are only four test levels

__________________ requirements are those that are directly related to the system being developed.

  • Functional

In the Use Case Diagram shown, what kind of relationship occurs between Administrator and 'Manage User'?

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  • Association
  • Generalisation
  • Include
  • Extend

Which of the following data collection methods is most difficult to perform remotely?

  • Survey
  • Interview
  • Observation
  • Report

What is iteration in Computing Science?

  • It allows the program to ask a question to choose which code to run.
  • It allows the program to loop.
  • It allows the program to execute in order.

'Termelékenység' is _________________ in English

  • produceabilty
  • productiveness
  • productivity
  • productionness

Integration testing in which all software and hardware elements are combined all at once and not in rather than in stages.

  • Top-down
  • Bottom-up
  • Big bang
  • None of the above

What is the Computing Science term for a question?

  • Expression
  • Arithmetic
  • Condition
  • ASK

What is a fixed loop?

  • Code that is repeated a certain number of times.
  • Code that is repeated exactly once.
  • Code that is repeated forever.
  • Code that is repeated until a question is true.

Component testing may include testing of

  • File system
  • OS
  • Interfaces
  • Classes

It is a process that consists of a series of planned activities to develop or alter the Software Products

  • Software Development Life Cycle
  • Development Process
  • Graphical Representation
  • Life Cycle

An _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ is a goal or something to aim for.

  • header
  • objective
  • layout
  • budget

What are the Testing Levels?

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  • Unit Testing
  • Integration Testing
  • System Testing and Acceptance Testing
  • All the above

A Non-Functional Software testing done to check if the user interface is easy to use and understand

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  • Usability Testing
  • Security Testing
  • Unit Testing
  • Block Box Testing

Which is Black-Box Testing method?

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  • Equivalence Partitioning
  • Code Coverage
  • Fault Injection
  • Dominance

Which shape is a decision in a structure diagram?

  • Hexagon
  • Rectangle
  • Oval

What Is Exceptional test data?

  • Valid data that a user could enter.
  • The minimum or maximum that is allowed.
  • Data that should not be allowed.

It is the most important stage in SDLC

  • Deployment
  • Building
  • Planning
  • Refining

In authentication, user name and password is an example of

  • something you know
  • something you have
  • something you are
  • somewhere you are

How do you know you have an execution error?

  • The program will not run.
  • The program stops in the middle.
  • The program works, but the output is wrong.

Whisc is NOT a meaning of 'agility'?

  • agilitás
  • bátorság
  • ügyesség
  • gyorsaság

In Software Development Methodologies the term iteration refers to:

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  • Cycling through development activities.
  • The process of moving sequentially from one activity to another.
  • The repetition logic used in algorithms.
  • The selection logic used in algorithms.

Mention 5 terms you can read in an Installation Guide.

  • [No Answer]

It is the g_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ r_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ of SMC Algorithm with Kernel Highlighted.

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  • graphical representation

Validation is

  • To determine whether specified requirements have been fulfilled
  • To determine whether requirements for a specific application have been fulfilled.
  • Is linked to the project responsibilities.
  • A group of test activities organized together.

How would you say 'adatbáziskezelő rendszerek' in English?

  • database management systems

Which one is *not* a logical operator?

  • AND
  • OR
  • NOT
  • +

Write an example of an open-ended question that a software developer can ask a prospective client.

  • [No Answer]

Both sides expressed _______________ with the progress so far.

  • satisfiedness
  • satisfaction
  • joy

Which shape is a loop in a structure diagram?

  • Hexagon
  • Rectangle
  • Oval

What is Normal test data?

  • Valid data that a user could enter.
  • Nonsense data like "Bob McBob" or "Donald Duck".
  • The minimum or maximum that is allowed.
  • Data that should not be allowed.

Choose all the words that mean 'eszköz' or are a synonym for it.

  • tool
  • tool
  • device
  • cutlery
  • apparatus

Programming languages for developing applications are determined during the planning phase.Which one of the following programming languages would be most suitable for writing an Android app?

  • Java
  • Objective C
  • SQL
  • C#

What is concatentation?

  • Joining two strings together.
  • Adding two values.
  • Initialising an array.

What data type holds numbers with digits after the decimal point?

  • Real

In analysis, what is an output?

  • Information displayed by a program.
  • Information entered into a program.
  • Information a user puts into a program.
  • Data put into a program.

Tick all the words meaning 'termék'

  • good
  • good
  • object
  • item
  • product

The review and approved document (i.e. Test plan, System Requirement Specification's) is called as

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  • Delivery Document
  • Baseline Document
  • Checklist
  • None

What is correct Software Process Cycle?

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  • Plan(P)------>Check(C)------>Act(A)----->Do(D)
  • Plan(P)------>Do(D)------>Check(C)----->Act(A)
  • Plan(P)------>Do(D)------>Act(A)----->Check(C)
  • None

List the four common models of Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC)

  • [No Answer]

What is a hexagon used for in a structure diagram?

  • A decision
  • A single instruction
  • A loop

In software development an array is:

  • A data structure that can hold a single value.
  • A block of code used to perform a specific function
  • A sorted collection of numerical values
  • An indexed collection of data of the same type

According to you, what does SSL stand for?

  • Secured Sockets Layer

What symbol do we use to concatenate strings?

  • &

Choose the correct meanings of 'deployment'.

  • bevezetés
  • bevezetés
  • végrehajtás
  • telepítés
  • megvalósítás
  • alkalmazás

What kind of loop is a WHILE loop?

  • Fixed
  • Conditional

What data type holds TRUE or FALSE?

  • Boolean

Which of the following models is based on iteration?

  • Agile
  • Waterfall
  • Rapid Prototyping
  • Spiral

Efficiency is

  • is the change that one thing causes another second thing.
  • is the rate at which goods are produced.
  • the quality of being able to do a task without wasting time or energy.
  • is how successful somebody is.

What are the logical operators?

  • AND, OR, NOT
  • +, -, *, /
  • <, <=, =, >=, >, <>

It is easier to call your colleague your ...

  • jobmate
  • team mate
  • co - worker
  • co- work member

V-model specifies

  • Is the deliverable fit for the purpose
  • It is difficult to get feedback passed backwards
  • How testing activities can be integrated into each phase of SDLC
  • None of the above

What does the Random() function do?

  • It changes the number of decimal places in a real number.
  • It returns the number of characters in a string.
  • It returns a number apparently chosen by chance.
  • It adds numbers to get a total.

The picture shows a ...

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  • flow chart
  • pie chart
  • structure chart
  • scatter plot

What is a Character?

  • letters, numbers and symbols
  • a whole number
  • a fraction (e.g. 1.25)
  • Just 1 letter, number or symbol

Test levels of a typical V-model are

  • Component and integration testing
  • System testing and acceptance testing
  • All of the above
  • None of the above

Automation Testing should be done before starting Manual testing.Is the above statement correct?

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  • True
  • False

What is robustness in programming?

  • Code that can be easily understood by any programmer.
  • Code with no execution errors.
  • Code with no logic errors.
  • Code with no comments.

Which type of error makes a program crash?

  • Syntax Error
  • Execution Error
  • Logic Error

What does the Length() function do?

  • It changes the number of decimal places in a real number.
  • It returns the number of characters in a string.
  • It draws a line.
  • It adds numbers to get a total.

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ with something = knowledge of something

  • famility
  • informity
  • informality
  • familiarity

What is a complex condition?

  • A question made up of two or more parts.
  • A question with a logical operator.
  • A question with an arithmetic operator.

Train users is done in which phase?

  • Planning
  • Analysis
  • Maintenance
  • Implementation

in Analysis Phase, the main purpose of the Preliminary Investigation (feasibility study) is .....

  • to determine the exact nature of the problem or improvement and decide whether it is worth pursuing
  • to develop all of the details of the new or modified information system
  • to determine the users’ wants, needs, and requirements;

Retesting the entire application after a change has been made called as?

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  • Full Regression Testing
  • Unit Regression Testing
  • Regional Regression
  • Retesting

True or False? An index is a number used to identify the elements of an array.

  • True
  • False

This is a ...

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  • structure chart
  • pie chart
  • layout
  • flow chart

In this SDLC model, the next stage is started only after the previous stage is completed and signed off.

  • Agile
  • Rapid Prototyping
  • Spiral
  • Waterfall

'To be responsible for something' has the same meaning as

  • to manage
  • to be in charge of
  • to be involved in
  • to head

Tasks that must be completed before another task can begin are called

  • Successors
  • Concepts
  • Processes
  • Predecessors

If the system is working exactly the way it is supposed to if it is checked by creating invalid input conditions then the system is

  • Stubborn
  • Usable
  • Robust
  • Operational

In authentication, one-time password is an example of

  • something you know
  • something you have
  • something you are
  • somewhere you are

What does declaring a variable do?

  • gives the variable a value
  • creates the variable
  • initialises the variable
  • resets the variable

What function finds how many characters are in a string?

  • Length
  • Random
  • Round
  • numChar

A s_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ t_ _ _ _ _ _ p_ _ _ _ _ _ _ is the examination of a software or system component to find out if it works as required.

  • software testing process

What is an oval used for in a structure diagram?

  • A decision
  • A single instruction
  • A loop

Factors that limit the development and delivery of systems are called _________________

  • Scope
  • Constraints
  • Requirements
  • Deadline

What happens when a variable is initialised?

  • It is given its first value.
  • It is created.
  • It is given a name.
  • It is deleted.

What is a rounded rectangle in a Flowchart?

  • A decision
  • A single instruction
  • An input or output
  • START or END

What type of testing requires knowledge of the internal logic of an application?

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  • Acceptance testing.
  • Beta testing.
  • Black box testing.
  • White box testing.

Which of the following are SDLC models method?

  • Pin Model
  • Waterfall Model
  • Network Model
  • Spiral Model

What does 'performance' mean?

  • állóképesség
  • teljesítmény
  • tartósság

Each phases in waterfall model must be completed before starting the next phase.

  • True
  • False

In analysis, what is an input?

  • Information a user puts into a program.
  • Information a user gets out of a program.
  • Information displayed by a program.
  • Data put out of a program.

Earlier a defect is found the cheaper it is to fix it.Is the above statement correct?

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  • True
  • False

Which one of the following is an example of a logic operator?

  • AND
  • >=
  • +
  • =

What do we call making a variable?

  • declaration
  • assignment
  • initialisation
  • _selection
  • iteration

The customer can halt the project if it is not delivering the expected value in

  • Waterfall model
  • Component testing
  • Rapid application development
  • Integration testing

Kanban and Scrum are two approaches of which SDLC model?

  • Waterfall
  • Rapid Prototyping
  • Agile
  • Spiral

What is the English expression for 'programozási módszertan'?

  • programming language
  • programming paradigm
  • programming methodology
  • programming description

What does = mean?

  • Is equal to
  • Is not equal to
  • Is less than
  • Is greater than

In a Use Case Diagram, an ____________ represents a user who interacts with the software.

  • actor

Agile software development focuses on the ................doing the work

  • methods
  • tasks
  • people
  • projects

Which symbol do we use to add in Computing?

  • +

A software development company have launched a pre-release version of their latest application to a select group of users. These users may use the application for free but are asked to complete an online survey on the usability of the application.This type of testing is known as:

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  • Alpha testing.
  • Beta testing.
  • Modular testing.
  • White box testing.

.............is when each successive version of a product is usable, and each builds upon the previous version

  • Incremental development
  • Business agility
  • Daily stand-up meeting
  • Backlog

True or False? We use square brackets [] to identify one element of an array.

  • True
  • False

What is a Boolean?

  • TRUE or FALSE
  • a whole number
  • a fraction (e.g. 1.25)
  • Just 1 letter, number or symbol

True or False? An array is a data structure that stores lots of values of the same data type.

  • True
  • False

List the four stages of the Problem Solving Methodology (PSM) in order.

  • [No Answer]

A Gantt Chart is a type of timeline used for

  • Listing tasks in a project
  • Organising tasks in order
  • Allocating people and resources
  • All of the above

Install and test new system is done in which phase?

  • Planning
  • Design
  • Implementation
  • Analysis

The advent in touch screen technology has led to the design experience idiom 'focus on content, not chrome'.The meaning of this phrase can best be described as:

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  • The emphasis should be ensuring that the content is placed in containers that allow the user to tab between containers.
  • The emphasis should be on ensuring that the user interface controls are clearly defined and can easily be accessed using a two finger swipe on the content.
  • The emphasis should be on the content displayed to the user rather than the user interface controls used to interact with the content.
  • The content should be readily selectable using common UI controls such as list boxes.

Monitoring system performance is done in which phase?

  • Planning
  • Analysis
  • Implementation
  • Maintenance

Which error type prevents the program from compiling?

  • Syntax Error
  • Execution Error
  • Logic Error

Informing to the developer which bug to be fix first is called as

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  • Severity
  • Priority
  • Fix Ability
  • Traceability

What is an algorithm?

  • An ordered set of steps to solve a problem.
  • A set of steps
  • A way to solve a problem.
  • A set of steps to solve a problem.

In iterative model

  • Components are developed in parallel
  • Promotes paired programming
  • Involves regression testing of existing functionality
  • None of the above

lépések és kapcsolataik = steps and their _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

  • interrelations
  • transrelations
  • transconnections
  • interconnections

Which type of error proves code is not robust?

  • Syntax Error
  • Execution Error
  • Logic Error

Solutions evolve through collaboration between .....................cross-functional teams

  • fixed
  • overcontrolled
  • individual
  • self-organizing

To check whether we are developing the right product according to the customer requirements are not. It is a static process

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  • Validation
  • Verification
  • Quality Assurance
  • Quality Control

_____________________ and ____________________ are the most common security features in software.

  • Encryption and authentication

When is C1 OR C2 true?

  • When either C1 or C2 (or both) is true.
  • When neither C1 nor C2 is true.
  • When both C1 and C2 are false.

It measures the quality of processes used to create a quality product.It is a system of management activities,It is a preventive process, It applies for entire life cycle & deals with process.

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  • Validation
  • Verification
  • Quality Assurance
  • Quality Control

A Data Flow Diagram (DFD) is similar to a Context Diagram except that it has an extra symbol for ______________________

  • Data Store

She _ _ _ _ _ one of Britain's leading travel firms.

  • heads
  • emphasizes
  • corrects
  • resolves

Which shape is a single instruction in a structure diagram?

  • Hexagon
  • Rectangle
  • Oval

A _______________________________________________ is a document that contains the outcome of the analysis stage of the PSM.

  • Software Requirements Specification

Agile software development focuses on ...............people in a team work together.

  • how
  • who
  • why
  • when

What does "the loop continues" mean?

  • The loop terminates.
  • The loop goes on forever.
  • The loop goes round again.
  • The loop ends.

................... .................. mean that in consultation with the customer or product owner, the team divides up the work to be done into functional increments.

  • User stories

What do we call what a program does to its data?

  • outputs
  • processes
  • messages
  • inputs

What does < mean?

  • Is equal to
  • Is not equal to
  • Is less than
  • Is greater than

What kind of loop is a REPEAT WITH index = loop?

  • Fixed
  • Conditional

What data type can hold a single letter, number or symbol?

  • Character

V-model test levels can't be combined considering a particular project nature or sometimes system architecture.

  • True
  • False
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