01 A
02 B occurs 10 times
03 C pic 999.
03 D occurs 15 times
04 E pic 999.
04 F occurs 20 times
05 G pic XXX.
05 H pic 99.
Determine the total no of byte in A.
A) 175
B) 15480
C) 21750
D) 9065




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01 A 02 B occurs 10 times 03 C pic 999. 03 D occurs 15 times ..

Answer / sumitra

Ans = ((((5*20)+3)*15)+3)*10 = 15480

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01 A 02 B occurs 10 times 03 C pic 999. 03 D occurs 15 times ..

Answer / shinoy sansilavose

whenever you doing total byte calculation do it from bottom.

2+3=5.......... 5*20=100 ..... 100 + 3= 103.....
103*15=1545....1545+3=1548.... 1548*10=15480

therefore the answer is 15480...... confirmed

Is This Answer Correct ?    2 Yes 0 No

01 A 02 B occurs 10 times 03 C pic 999. 03 D occurs 15 times ..

Answer / k.hari

175

Is This Answer Correct ?    0 Yes 3 No



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