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Monday, December 31, 2012

Wishes for 2013 – A safer and tolerant Pakistan

MEDION DIGITAL CAMERAToday marks the official end of one of the most talked about years in human history — the year 2012. It started with much anticipation and apprehension because of the famous Mayan Prophecy which proclaimed that the world will come to an end on December 21, 2012. Well the prophecy did not really come true; however, it would not be wrong to say that the world did come to an end for many Pakistanis who either lost their own lives or the lives of loved ones in bomb attacks, sectarian violence or targeted killings in 2012.


The year 2012 certainly was more violent as opposed to the preceding many years as sectarian and terror attacks surged greatly. Mosques, religious procession, pilgrims and children were attacked throughout the year making history in terms of intolerance towards other schools of thought and faiths. Reports also suggest that violence against women also increased by seven per cent in the same year making the said year bleaker for many Pakistani women.
Many Pakistanis, Indians and other people who are well aware of the political dynamics of the region and live elsewhere do not feel very optimistic about the existence and future of Pakistan as a country. In fact many believe that she will be broken into several small territories before perishing into the history.
Mahar* who originally hails from Karachi but now lives in Montreal, Quebec said, “It is most unfortunate for us to witness whatever is happening in Pakistan. We are fighting insurgency, poverty and other forms of violence all at the same time. Balochistan is one of our biggest concerns; however, no one is interested in sorting the issues out. We blame foreign countries for their involvement in Balochistan and other parts of Pakistan but the truth is that what is happening in the region is our fault.”
“As much as I hate to say this but I really see no hope for Pakistan. I see it breaking into smaller countries and being removed from the global map unless something radical happens. For now I only see this country being ruled by fundamentalists and opportunist who are nothing more than scavengers,” he added.
Another Pakistani-American from Detroit, Michigan on condition of anonymity said “A country where small children and women are attacked just because they demand their rights for education and free speech cannot survive for very long. Everyone feels threatened in Pakistan. Whether you talk about women, journalists, Ahmadis, Hazaras, Balochis, Shias or Hindus, no one is safe and most importantly everyone I know is looking for a way to escape. I do not blame them for feeling that way because had I been in Pakistan now I would have felt the same way.”
Their words made me realise that many amongst us share similar views in the deepest corner of our hearts but are hesitant to voice them fearing that they will come true or else we will be killed for expressing a little too much.
An Indian from Bangalore that I recently met said, “I know that it gets difficult for people to accept my words because I am an Indian but trust me I have more Pakistani friends than Indians. Pakistan has given birth to some really intelligent, determined and honest people. Every time I hear that the situation in Pakistan is deteriorating I feel really sad because I know that majority of them are sane and secular people who deserve a safer homes and better lives.”
“To be honest it kills me to say this but it is evident that the future is not very bright unless another leader like Muhammad Ali Jinnah emerges and takes over the reins of the country. You guys really need a revolutionary leader,” he added.
It was quite saddening to hear all the comments from people who follow the news and are concerned about the geo-political situation of Pakistan. However, having lived in Pakistan for the longest time I can vouch for the dedication and resilience of Pakistanis who strive hard to make Pakistan a better place for everyone. It is rather ironic but the perseverance of Pakistani men and women, as a nation, never ceases to amaze me. Despite of all the challenges and threats that we faced in 2012, we continued to work harder to achieve our objectives. We defied all the odds and stood up as a nation when a young girl was attacked by Taliban putting aside all the danger. We poured out on the streets and demanded justice for the slain polio workers who worked diligently to protect the future generation from living on crutches. We demanded protection for Hazaras and Shias who are regularly killed and harassed for belonging to a different school of thought. The will and fortitude of young activists and general public who continue to serve Pakistan in their own capacity by putting their own lives on stake is most definitely extremely inspiring.
Many of us face deadly situations every single day and wake up the next morning with same will to renounce the radical forces. How many people in the world have the courage to rise from the ashes and start from scratch hoping for the best to come in such sad circumstances? I would say not many. I take this as an opportunity to salute all Pakistanis who work day in and day out to serve their country and its citizens. We are going through trying times but I am sure that our determination will certainly bring about a positive change in the future giving rise to an inclusive and sanguine society.
I fervently pray that 2013 is a better year for Pakistan including its Hazaras and Shias who were brutally massacred in 2012 and the preceding year. I wish that that this year will bring prosperity and peace to the lives of many Hindus who are looking for ways to cross the border or seek refuge in foreign countries because of the reprehensible state of affairs. I hope that our mosques, temples, churches, pilgrims and religious processions will remain safe from violence this year. I pray that our schools and other educational institutes remain free from all religious biases and are only used as a platform to propagate true knowledge rather than venomous text that causes rifts between people professing different faiths. I also wish that the approaching year proves to be better for women from all walks of life and brings an end to sex and honour crimes. I look forward to see Indo-Pakistan relations evolving into friendly ties from 2013 onwards and most importantly I hope for Pakistan to become an inclusive and tolerant society where rights are mutually respected and accepted.
So Happy New Year and I wish a safe year to all Pakistanis, Indians, Bangladeshis and North Americans and everyone else in the world.

                              



PTCL Smart TV Standalone Package




Standalone IPTV:

There is a segment of TV customers who want TV but they have already PTCL BB or don’t require internet at all. To address the requirement of this segment PTCL is proud to announce Standalone Smart TV package. In this package customer is not provided internet to make it more affordable and convenient. This package has an added advantage of unlimited calls on Sunday from PTCL Landline to Landline & Vfone.

Package Tariff:

This Package offer Smart TV with Zero Kbps BB, just in Rs. 649 (450 for Smart TV Monthly subscription charges plus 199 for unlimited on net calls on every Sunday (PTCL-PTCL-Vfone)).Moreover the STB and VOD charges would remain same as that of Normal Smart TV connection.

Frequently Asked Questions:

Q1. Who can avail Standalone IPTV?
Ans: All the existing and new PSTN customers only
Q2. How can I get Standalone IPTV ?
Ans :You just have to dial 0800-80-800OR by visiting nearest OSS and can avail that package.
Q3. Can I use Broadband in this package?
 Ans: No you can’t, because BB data rate is Zero.
Q4. Can I shift to any other data rate of BB?
 Ans: Yes
Q5. Can I shift from any other data rate to Zero BB?
Ans: Yes  
Q6.Is there any installation charge of BB?
Ans: NO  
Q7. Can customer pay upfront for STB or get on installment?
 Ans :  Yes, it’s up to Customer.
Q8. All features of IPTV are available in Standalone IPTV?
Ans: Yes.
Q9. Which modem we will offer to the customer with stand alone IPTV?
Ans: wired modem will be given in default which will be ensured by line man.
Q10. Can customer make calls through PSTN?
Ans: Yes customer can.
Q11. How many minutes are free in this package?
Ans: Unlimited On net calls only On Sunday.(PTCL-PTCL-Vfone)

              

PTCL Broadband Economy Package




Introduction:

With over 1 million DSL Subscribers across the Country PTCL has established itself as the primary choice of customers for internet connectivity. During the past few years PTCL mainly focused on speed and unlimited download to attract high end customers. Now PTCL intends to target the mass market of low to medium end users with monthly affordability of around Rs. 500 that represents an untapped opportunity for PTCL. The offer of 1 Mbps at a lower price with capped downloads will provide PTCL the opportunity of entering this segment and at the same time will encourage more upgrades as the customer experience will enhance and increase the need for higher speed and downloads.

Economy package offers 1Mbps broadband for only Rs. 499 with 10-GBs download.

 Package Details:

  • Download up to 10 GBs is inclusive in the Package Price
  • Rs. 100 per GB will be charged for downloads greater than 10 GBs
  • Total DSL charges will be capped at Rs. 1,500 which means that after 20 GBs the Package will become unlimited.
  • Rs. 1,500 will be charged as downgrade charges from all 1 Mbps and Higher Packages (Student & Regular) if they Opt into this package
  • All other charges will be charged as per prevailing policy.
  • This Package will be available with PSTN Freedom Package (Rs. 250) for new customers and existing customers can also avail Freedom Package with Broadband Economy Package.

Key Highlights:

Broadband:
  • PTCL broadband is the most affordable broadband service in the country
  • Seamless experience when streaming and downloading movies, TV shows and music files etc
  • Access to rich HD multimedia resources over the internet
  • Access to free movies, music, classical Pakistani plays, famous cricket matches, educational and religious contents exclusively for PTCL broadband customers   on ‘Buzz’ broadband web infotainment portal

        

4 Things to Leave Off Your Resume


One area of job searching that confounds plenty of job seekers is what to include on a resume. Include too much information, and you’ll lose recruiters in unimportant details. But, with too little information, recruiters won’t be sure you’re qualified for the next step in the process.
Since most job seekers have excessive information on their resume and don’t know what to eliminate, let’s start with four things you can always leave off of it. These tips will help you better organize your information, and present it in a format that is easy-to-read and quickly understandable for recruiters.
1. An "objective.” This is the statement at the top of a resume that tells an employer what you're looking for -- but it’s got to go. They already know you're interested in their job, so it's unnecessary. Instead, use a "summary of qualifications" to introduce employers to your most relevant skills and experience, and to show them exactly how your experience can fit their needs.
2. Unrelated awards, hobbies and interests. Our CEO once had a job seeker who claimed to be a "pig-wrestling champion" on his resume, which is a great accomplishment, I'm sure. But it had nothing to do with the job he applied for, and it distracted from the rest of his qualifications. Unless it directly adds to your qualifications for the job or helps the employer see how you fit with their company culture (for example, if you’re applying to an outdoor apparel company and you are an avid hiker, that’s a hobby that matches their culture), leave it off your resume.
3. Too much formatting. Keep your resume simple, so recruiters can read it quickly and easily. Don't use bold, italics and underlines all at once. Don't use more than one font, and be consistent in the way you present information. Bulleted lists are much easier to read than paragraphs. Keep your resume single-spaced, and shrink your margins to a half inch. You’ll be surprised at how much space poor formatting can take up on your resume, pushing it far longer than it needs to be.
4. Lists of tasks for each job. Instead of telling recruiters what you did at your past jobs, tell them what you accomplished -- what were the overarching results of your day-to-day tasks? Rather than rewriting your job description, tell recruiters how you did what you did and why it made a difference to your employer and customers.
What you leave off of your resume can be just as important as what you include, so make sure that precious real estate is taken up with relevant, well-stated, interesting information. Recruiters should be able to check off their list of qualifications easily by reading your resume, and come away with a sense of who you are and the value you can bring to their company.

                 

Saturday, December 29, 2012

Pakistan blocks YouTube again



Pakistan pulled the plug again on YouTube just hours after unblocking the video file-sharing site following a months-long blackout.


he order for the new crackdown came directly from Prime Minister Raja Pervez Ashraf.
Ashraf had in September had blocked YouTube after it refused to remove a controversial anti-Islam video.
Weeks of protests in Pakistan over the crudely made film "Innocence of Muslims" resulted in more than 20 people being killed.
Earlier on Saturday the Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) notified all Internet companies to "immediately unblock/restore" YouTube until further orders were given.
But hours later Ashraf, after officials had said measures were being taken to filter out blasphemous material and pornography, ordered PTA to cut access.
"The prime minister has issued orders to block YouTube again," a senior official in Ashraf's office told AFP, declining to provide more details or a reason for the decision.
The privately run Geo television network reported that Ashraf issued the orders to block YouTube after it showed a report saying blasphemous content was still accessible.
Interior Minister Rehman Malik had said earlier said on Twitter that the decision to allow access again was due to huge public demand.
"PTA is finalising negotiations for acquiring a powerful firewall software to totally block pornographic and blasphemous material," he added.
The Internet Service Providers Association of Pakistan (Ispak) had welcomed the announcement of a restoration.
Ispak Convener Wahajus Siraj told AFP that when the ban first came into force, internet video traffic in Pakistan plummeted by up to 30%.
He said unblocking access would be a positive step because many students and institutions "were using YouTube for education, and were facing difficulties as alternate websites were not as good".

668 SIM Information and Verification system





Pakistan Telecommunication Authority



CONSUMER ALERT

The 668 Information and Verification system can be accessed by 
visiting  http://cnic.sims.pk

Helpline or UAN:


Thursday, December 27, 2012

Imagine Cup 2013

Published On:  Thursday, December 27, 2012

                       

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Wednesday, December 26, 2012

3rd Convocation of Virtual University held at Multan


Published On:  Wednesday, December 26, 2012
The third Convocation of Virtual University of Pakistan was held for the graduating students of Southern Punjab at Multan.Degrees were conferred upon 610 graduates who successfully completed their Bachelors and Masters programs from the University.  Gold medal and merit certificates were also awarded to outstanding graduates.

In his welcome address, the Rector of the University, Mr. Tajdar Alam, highlighted the achievements of the Virtual University, its leading role in delivering technology based education and contribution in the provision of quality education even to the remotest areas of the country. He also emphasized on the need to work selflessly for the progress and betterment of the country and for making Pakistani nation, an educated nation. The chief guest, Professor Dr. Muhammad Mukhtar, Vice Chancellor, The Islamia University of Bahawalpur, appreciated the achievements of the Virtual University of Pakistan and also congratulated the successful graduates and high achievers. The convocation was attended by dignitaries, academicians and parents of the graduates.

Get Register for VU Third Convocation at Karachi

Published On:  Wednesday, December 26, 2012
3rd Convocation of Virtual University of Pakistan

In continuation of third convocation of Virtual University of Pakistan, already held at Lahore, Rawalpindi/Islamabad,Peshawar, and Multan, is now to be held at Karachi.

The fifth ceremony is going to be held on Wednesday, January 09, 2013 at Pearl Continental Karachi
Please note the following:

  • Graduates who wish to attend the convocation at Karachi should confirm by visiting:
http://www.vu.edu.pk/convocation  positively by Tuesday, January 01, 2013

  • Participating graduates may be accompanied by one parent/guardian as specified by them during registration/re-confirmation
  • Invitation Cards will only be issued to graduates who register their participation as given above
  • Entry will not be allowed without invitation cards issued by the University

 For any further information/query please send email convocation@vu.edu.pk


NOTE:
 Students who have completed their degree requirements during Fall 2010 and Spring 2011 are eligible to participate.

              

Tuesday, December 25, 2012

Admission Open in AIOU Spring 2013


           

Mid-term examination through innovative use of technology in VU

Published On:  Monday, December 24, 2012
A revolutionary innovative system has been recently introduced by Virtual University of Pakistan (VU) while conducting Fall 2012 Mid-term Examination throughout the country and abroad. 30,000 students (approx.) appeared in 113 exams centers in more than 100 in-land cities while, 1100 students have taken their examination in 57 overseas centres.

In this unique examination system each and every student was given a different question paper designed from a pool of over 160,000 papers of Question Bank. Being the leader in ICT-based education, Virtual University, through its innovative technology, has ensured the quality of all the examination procedures.

         

Thursday, December 20, 2012

Europe launches major British military satellite


By: AFP, Uploaded: 20th December 2012
PARIS, Dec 20, 2012 – A European rocket has launched a major satellite designed to expand telecommunications for the British military from the Kourou space base in French Guiana, flight operators said. Skynet 5D — the fourth in Britain’s new generation of Skynet military satellites — was taken aloft by a heavy Ariane 5 at 2149 GMT on Wednesday, Arianespace said in an Internet feed of the launch.
The 4.8-tonne satellite was partnered by a second payload, Mexsat Bicentenario, a 2.9-tonne telecoms satellite for the Mexican government. The Skynet system is a public-private arrangement between Britain’s Ministry of Defence and the space firm Astrium, which builds the satellites. Under it, British forces pay an annual charge for which they are guaranteed bandwidth for their communications, and any surplus is sold to fellow NATO countries or other allies.
Skynet 5D is designed to provide coverage over the Middle East, Africa and Asia.

              

3rd CONVOCATION OF VIRTUAL UNIVERSITY HELD AT PESHAWAR

Published On:  Wednesday, December 19, 2012
The third Convocation of Virtual University of Pakistan was held for graduating students of Khyber Pakhtoon Khawa at Pearl-Continental Hotel, Peshawar. Degrees were conferred upon 193 graduates who successfully completed their Bachelors and Masters programs from the University. 
In his welcome address, the Rector of the University, Mr. Tajdar Alam, highlighted the achievements of the Virtual University, its leading role in delivering technology based education and contribution in the provision of quality education even to the remotest areas of the country. He also emphasized on the need to work selflessly for the progress and betterment of the country and for making Pakistani nation, an educated nation. The chief guest, Dr. Qibla Ayaz, Vice Chancellor, University of Peshawar appreciated the achievements of the Virtual University of Pakistan and also congratulated the successful graduates and high achievers. The convocation was attended by dignitaries, academicians and parents of the graduates.


VU participated in Conference by MIT Enterprise Forum



Published On:  Wednesday, December 19, 2012
Virtual university of Pakistan has participated in the conference organized by MIT Enterprise Forum on “Role of Quality Universities in Supporting Entrepreneurial Eco-System” held at Royal Palm Country Club, Lahore. On the first day of the conference Dr. Sadaqat Mehdi, Registrar VU,   briefed the audience about “Promotion of Entrepreneurial Education through Virtual University” and mentioned that VU graduates have done tremendous job on the software developments and serving multinationals and leading national organizations. On the second day Mr. Rizwan Saleem Sandhu, a senior faculty member of VU, mentioned that VU is playing key role in developing entrepreneurship ecosystem by imparting soft skills in existing entrepreneurs and equipping the youth with entrepreneurial skills all over Pakistan through its short courses and study programs. He further added that VU is also promoting entrepreneurship through its Private Virtual Campus Partners. The participants and key note speakers of the forum appreciated and acknowledged the efforts of Virtual University which is playing its key role in the development of Entrepreneurial ecosystem in Pakistan.



       

Wednesday, December 19, 2012

AIOU Semester wise Detail [Previous Results]








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Allama Iqbal Open University notice 12-18-2012








 News Detail
Published by :WEB SECTION
Published date :12/18/2012 10:29:23 AM
Heading:Examination of the papers cancelled on 23-11-2012
Link:
Detail:
Examination of papers cancelled on 23-11-2012 in all the Examination Centres of AIOU, will now be held on 02-01-2013 in the Examination Centres earlier alloted. Examination Timings will remain unchanged.

Allama Iqbal Open University notice


News Detail
Published by :REGIONAL OFFICE SKARDU
Published date :12/18/2012 2:38:41 PM
Heading:Tutor's information Matric,PTC and B.Ed programs
Link:
Detail:
Skardu Region has completed the tutors appointment of Matric,PTC and B.Ed programs for Aut. 2012 Semester and particulars of tutors are now available at AIOU website (www.aiou.edu.pk/Tutors.asp). if any student has not received the particular of his/her allotted tutors so far, they are advised to download the required information from above said link. Incase of any query regarding tutors please contact our phone No. 05815-960258



Tuesday, December 18, 2012

CS201 Latest Midterm Papers 2012


These all papers shared by users
CS201 Today Paper
Total Questions = 26
Total MCQ = 20 (Each of 1 Marks)
Total Short Questions = 2 (Each of 2 Marks)
Total Short Questions = 2 (Each of 3 Marks)
Total Long Questions = 2 (Each of 5 Marks)


Q write a code to open a file, file name is "myfile.txt"
Q write a structure whos name is Inventory etc 3marks
Q declare 2-dimentional array and then assign pointer to this array 2 marks
Q aik code diya tha us ka output batana tha ....strtok wala code tha for 5 marks
Q write a code which pass camand line argument to main and return integer 3 marks
Q if p and q are int pointer and n is integer then the followings are legal or illigal 5marks
1 p - q
2 p-n
3 q+n
4 q+ p
5 n +p 

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Cs 201 current paper :

20 mcqs and 2 3 question of 2 marks 2 question of 3 marks ,2 question of 5 marks 

Q.A two-dimensional array has 3 rows and 4 columns. Write down the syntax to initialize first element of all
three rows of two-dimensional array with value 2.

Q.Identify the errors in the following code segment and give the reason of errors
main(){
int x = 10
const int *ptr = &x ;
*ptr = 5 ;
}
Q. Write the syntax of outfile.text ?
Q Advantage of close() file

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1:-Detect the correct compile time error(s) in the following code
Hints:- The following code print number from 1-100 (5 Marks)
Void main()
{
int cout:
float *ptr;
for(couter=1;couter<=100;couter++)
{
ptr=couter:
coutptr” ”;
getch();
return 0;
}

2:- write a program which declare an array and initialize it with string ‘WELCOME TO VIRTUAL UNIVERSTY’. Then using string manipulate function, replace all the white space in the string with new line characters and also convert all the lower cases latter of string into upper case latter. In the end program displaces the following string on the screen
The program should display the string as
Welcome
To
Virtual
University
(5 Mars)

3:- In any program language structure and array are used for what purpose (3 marks)
4:- what is syntax for finalization of the pointer ptr of type with variable x? (2 marks)
and one more question related to a program and that was of 5 marks

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Paper of CS201 (Mid Term 08-Dec-2012)
Time 2:30 pm Total Marks = 40

Total Questions = 26
Objective Question = 20
Subjective Question= 6
Q 1 & 2 = 2+2 marks
Q 3 & 4 = 3+3 marks
Q 5 & 6 = 5+5 marks
___________________________
Today paper
20 % from past papers
&
80 % in Handouts + Video Lec
In Subjective area
1- what is meant by C++ Statement: const int *ptr = &x;? 2 marks
2- Pointer character stored the string in C++ and array character stored the string in C++? now discussed who is more efficient? 3 marks
3- Find the syntax error? 2 marks
4- Write a program related array topic? 5 Marks
5- Write a program related union? 5 Marks
6- I forgot this question
I hope so it will help u in ur preparation of CS201 papers . . .

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CS201 MID TERM Current Papers Dec.-2012 Fall 
paper tough tha mcqs b ajeeb say thay
exact to yaad nahi but kuch aisay thay questions
Q write a code to open a file, file name is "myfile.txt"
Q write a structure whos name is Inventory etc 3marks
Q declare 2-dimentional array and then assign pointer to this array 2 marks
Q aik code diya tha us ka output batana tha ....strtok wala code tha for 5 marks
Q write a code which pass camand line argument to main and return integer 3 marks
Q if p and q are int pointer and n is integer then the followings are legal or illigal 5marks
1 p - q
2 p-n
3 q+n
4 q+ p
5 n +p ( in mein yad nahi * ya / b hai tha ya ni)

Today paper
20 % from past papers
&
80 % in Handouts + Video Lec
In Subjective area
1- what is meant by C++ Statement: const int *ptr = &x;? 2 marks
2- Pointer character stored the string in C++ and array character stored the string in C++? now discussed who is more efficient? 3 marks
3- Find the syntax error? 2 marks
4- Write a program related array topic? 5 Marks
5- Write a program related union? 5 Marks
6- I forgot this question

Cs 201 current paper :

20 mcqs and 2 3 question of 2 marks 2 question of 3 marks ,2 question of 5 marks

Q.A two-dimensional array has 3 rows and 4 columns. Write down the syntax to initialize first element of all
three rows of two-dimensional array with value 2.

Q.Identify the errors in the following code segment and give the reason of errors
main(){
int x = 10
const int *ptr = &x ;
*ptr = 5 ;
}
Q. Write the syntax of outfile.text ?
Q Advantage of close() file
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 CS201 My Today Midterm Paper
Date 14-12-2012
MCQ’s
Tamam MCQ’s past papers mein sy thy
Baqi questions ye thay
1)
In programming we use structure and Arrays for what purpose?    Marks=3
2)
Which is better approach in term of memory space occupation and why?                                                                      Marks=3
i)                                                                                                                                           Char *arr[]={“programming”,”fundamental”,”cs201”};
ii)                                                                                                                                        Char arr[3][50]= {“programming”,”fundamental”,”cs201”};
3)                                                    Marks=5
Determine the value of m and n after execution the code
Int m=44;
Int*p=&m;
Int &r=m;
Int n=(*P)++;
Int *q=p-1;
++*q;
Assume that integers occupy 4 bytes and that m is stored in memory.
                                                                                                        
4)                                                    Marks=5
Briefly explain the logic of given code. Also determine the value of ‘counter’ variable if the code below is executed.
Main ()
{
Int num=5;
Int counter=0;
  While (num !=0)
       {
          If (num &01)
   Counter++;
num >>=1;
}
return  0;
}
 Is k ilawah 2,2 marks k 2 questions b thy jo mujy yaad nai is waqat

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CS201 Today Paper
Total Questions = 26
Total MCQ = 20 (Each of 1 Marks)
Total Short Questions = 2 (Each of 2 Marks)
Total Short Questions = 2 (Each of 3 Marks)
Total Long Questions = 2 (Each of 5 Marks)


Q write a code to open a file, file name is "myfile.txt"
Q write a structure whos name is Inventory etc 3marks
Q declare 2-dimentional array and then assign pointer to this array 2 marks
Q aik code diya tha us ka output batana tha ....strtok wala code tha for 5 marks
Q write a code which pass camand line argument to main and return integer 3 marks
Q if p and q are int pointer and n is integer then the followings are legal or illigal 5marks
1 p - q
2 p-n
3 q+n
4 q+ p
5 n +p 
        

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