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The section of the CPU that selects, interprets and sees to the execution of program instructions

A. Memory

B. Register unit

C. Control unit

D. ALU

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  1. When did John Napier develop logarithm?
  2. Which of the following is not valid statement?
  3. Note book, laptop, palm, hand-held computers are coming under the category of________ computer
  4. In what respect computers are superior to human beings?
  5. A modem is connected to
  6. The brain of any computer system is
  7. Who invented punched cards?
  8. Which statement is valid about computer program?
  9. Which is a semi conductor memory?
  10. When creating a computer program, the ________ designs the structure of the program
  11. Any type of storage that is used for holding information between steps in its processing is
  12. A memory that does not change its contents without external causes is known as
  13. The capacity of 3.5 inch floppy disk is
  14. Which company is the biggest player in the microprocessor industry?
  15. Programs are executed on the basis of a priority number in a
  16. Which of the following is not input unit device?
  17. Most of the first generation computers were
  18. Floppy disks typically in diameter
  19. Which of the following contains permanent data and gets updated during the processing of transactions?
  20. Hardware or software designed to guard against unauthorized access to a computer network is known as…
  21. Analog computer works on the supply of
  22. Office LANS, which are scattered geographically on large scale, can be connected by the use of corporate
  23. Which one is the largest space?
  24. Which of the following is the most powerful computers?
  25. Who suggested Stored Program Concept
  26. ________ is the ability of a device to "jump" directly to the requested data
  27. When did John Napier develop logarithm?
  28. Computer professionals working in a computer centre are
  29. John Napier invented Logarithm in
  30. The first firm to mass-market a microcomputer as a personal computer was