Topic: Chapter 13: Introduction to Object Oriented Programming Techniques (Test 1)



Topic: Chapter 13: Introduction to Object Oriented Programming Techniques
Q.1
The term is used to describe a programming approach based on classes and objects is
A. OOP
B. POP
C. ADT
D. SOP
Answer : Option A
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Q.2
The mechanism by which the data and functions are bound together into a single unit is known as
A. Encapsulation
B. Data Abstraction
C. Inheritance
D. Polymorphism
Answer : Option A
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Q.3
Refers to showing only the essential features without revealing background details
A. Encapsulation
B. Data Abstraction
C. Inheritance
D. Polymorphism
Answer : Option B
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Q.4
The technique of building new classes (derived class) from an existing class.
A. Encapsulation
B. Data Abstraction
C. Inheritance
D. Polymorphism
Answer : Option C
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Q.5
The ability of a message or function to be displayed in more than one form.
A. Encapsulation
B. Data Abstraction
C. Inheritance
D. Polymorphism
Answer : Option D
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Q.6
Advantages of OOP
A. Redundancy
B. Re-usability
C. Easy Maintenance
D. All the above
Answer : Option D
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Q.7
Disadvantages of OOP
A. Size
B. Effort
C. Speed
D. All the above
Answer : Option D
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