CO-GATE

Set-15 GATE-2006 CO

CO |Gate-2017| Previous Year Questions| Set-4

CO |Gate-2017| Computer Organization 1. Consider the C struct defined below:     struct data   {        int marks [100];        char grade;        int cnumber;    };struct data student; The base address of student is available in register R1. The field student.grade can be accessed efficiently using : [GATE – 2017] a. Pre-decrement addressing mode, -(R1)b. Post-increment addressing mode, (R1)+c. Register direct addressing mode, …

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Set-15 GATE-2006 CO

CO |Gate-2018| Previous Year Questions| Set-3

CO |Gate-2018| Computer Organization 1. Consider the following processor design characteristics. I. Register-to-register arithmetic operations onlyII. Fixed-length instruction formatIII. Hardwired control unit Which of the characteristics above are used in the design of a RISC processor? [GATE – 2018] a. I and II onlyb. I, II and IIIc. II and III onlyd. I and III …

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CO |Gate-2020| Previous Year Questions| Set-1

CO |Gate-2020| Computer Organization 1. Consider the following statements. I. Daisy chaining is used to assign priorities in attending interrupts.II. When a device raises a vectored interrupt, the CPU does polling to identify the source of the interrupt.III. In polling, the CPU periodically checks the status bits to know if any device needs its attention.IV. …

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