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## Draw ERD for Online Admission System for a University. Make necessary assumptions – IGNOU MCA Assignment 2015 – 16

MASTER OF COMPUTER APPLICATIONS Course Code: MCS-014 Course Title: Systems Analysis and Design Assignment Number: MCA (I)/014/Assignment/15-16 Maximum Marks: 100 Weightage: 25%    Draw ERD for Online Admission System for a University. Make necessary assumptions.   ER Diagram Notations for the components of ERD: Entities: An entity is something about which the business needs to store… Read More »

## Represent the number (-26.5)10 as a floating point binary number with 24 bits. The normalized fraction mantissa has 16 bits and the exponent has 8 bits 5m Dec2005

Represent the number (-26.5)10 as a floating point binary number with 24 bits. The normalized fraction mantissa has 16 bits and the exponent has 8 bits. Make and state suitable assumptions, if any 5m Dec2005 First of all draw the 24 bits precision representations  S stands for Sign (white color) E stands for Exponent (yellow color) N stands for Number… Read More »

## Construct 16-to-1 line multiplexer with two 8-to-1 line multiplexers and one 2-to-1 line multiplexer. Makes suitable assumptions, if any 5m Dec2005

Construct 16-to-1 line multiplexer with two 8-to-1 line multiplexers and one 2-to-1 line multiplexer. Makes suitable assumptions, if any 5m Dec2005  Multiplexer Multiplexer is one of the basic building units of a computer system which in principle allows sharing of a common line by more than one input lines. It connects multiple input lines to… Read More »

## An Assembly program to check if two strings are reverse of each other – IGNOU MCA Assignment 2013

MASTER OF COMPUTER APPLICATIONS Course Code : MCSL-012 Course Title : Computer Organisation and Assembly Language Programming Assignment Number : MCA(1)/012/Assign/2013 and BCA(II)/012/Assign/2013   Write a program in 8086 assembly Language (with proper comments) to find if the two given strings of length 5 are reverse of each other. You may assume that both the strings are… Read More »