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The expansion of GNU
 Question Submitted By :: Santu
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  Re: The expansion of GNU
# 1
GNU is also known as "linux operating system". 
Is This Answer Correct ?    10 Yes 2 No
  Re: The expansion of GNU
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GNU is a animal(wildebeest). Also, simply GNU stands for GNU is not unix. 
Is This Answer Correct ?    6 Yes 4 No
  Re: The expansion of GNU
# 3
GNU means GNU Not Unix 
Is This Answer Correct ?    2 Yes 0 No
Vijaya D

Other OOPS Interview Questions
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Conversion from a basic type to a class type may be achieved using______________ HCL 5
what is the diffrence between c# and c++   5
function overridind means and simple program   2
c++ is a pure object oriented programming or not? Wipro 5
what is the difference between a package and a software?   3
WAP to find the ambiguities in Multiple Inheritance? How are they resolved.(Virtual Functions)   1
Why do we use virtual functions?   4
what is the main difference between sizeof() operator in c and c++   3
Example for 4 pillar of oops like, Inheritance,Poly,Abstraction,Encabsulation ?   3
Name a typical usage of polymorphism   3
tell about copy constructor Siemens 3
Generally, in all C++ programs, texts are in white colour. Can we change the colour of the text(either input or output or both)? If so, help me out.   1
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