On-line real time systems become popular in ________ generation

A. First Generation

B. Second Generation

C. Third Generation

D. Fourth Generation

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  1. Identify the correct statement
  2. IBM 1401 computer was
  3. A name or number used to identify a storage location is called
  4. IBM stands for
  5. The ________ is the amount of data that a storage device can move from the storage medium to the Computer…
  6. Who built the world's first electronic calculator using telephone relays, light bulbs and batteries?
  7. What does DMA stand for?
  8. The original ASCII code used__bits of each byte, reserving that last bit for error checking
  9. Which of the following is used for manufacturing chips?
  10. Mini computers and micro computers are from which generation of computers?
  11. The process of transferring files from a computer on the Internet to your computer is called
  12. Which part of the computer is used for calculating and comparing?
  13. The section of the CPU that selects, interprets and sees to the execution of program instructions
  14. Fifth generation computer is also known as
  15. The output quality of a printer is measured by
  16. A paper printout of a document is known as
  17. Which device is used to backup the data?
  18. When was Pascaline invented?
  19. Which of the following is not a micro computer?
  20. Operating system, editors, and debuggers comes under?
  21. A normal CD- ROM usually can store up to _________ _data?
  22. The tracks on a disk which can be accessed without repositioning the R/W heads is
  23. ________ provides process and memory management services that allow two or more tasks, jobs, or programs…
  24. Instruction in computer languages consists of
  25. Regarding data, computers are very good at
  26. Which is a device that changes information into digital form?
  27. The brain of any computer system is
  28. in which year was UKs premier computing event called ?The which computer? started?
  29. How was the generation of computer classified?
  30. The first firm to mass-market a microcomputer as a personal computer was