Database Management Questions & Answers: part12



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Following Software Programming language Entrance Multiple choice objective type questions and answers will help you in Software Programming 2024 examinations :

1.The logical description of the entire database showing all the data elements and relationships among them called

Data definition language
Data dictionary
Physical schema
Conceptual schema
Subschema.

2.Which of the following best describes the internal level of the ANSI/SPARC three level architecture? #175.Which of the following best describes the internal level of the ANSI/SPARC three level architecture?

The internal level is concerned with the layout of records and their locations within disk blocks
The internal level is concerned with the data as seen by individuals internal to the enterprise
The internal level is concerned with the users� view of the data
The internal level is concerned with the how stored fields are represented and which indices exist
The internal level provides a conceptual view of the data structure.

3.The specific set of data from the database that is required by each user or application program called

Data definition language
Data dictionary
Physical schema
Conceptual schema
Subschema.

4.State the data hierarchy which goes from bits and bytes to

Entities, attributes, fields and records
Fields, attributes, entities and records
Fields, records, files and databases
Records, entities, fields and databases
Attributes, entities, records and tuples.

5.The data hierarchy which goes from bits and bytes to

Entities, attributes, fields and records
Fields, attributes, entities and records
Fields, records, files and databases
Records, entities, fields and databases
Attributes, entities, records and tuples.

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