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Are you looking for answers of these questions or you have posted it for reference? If you are looking for answers then I am sorry it appears like homework and we at LQ will not do your homework. As I said if it is homework then I would suggest that you explore each of these topics and find the answer yourself. Believe me it will be helpful for your in long run.
Incase you have any specific query or confusion regarding any of the topic then definitely our community will help you out.
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Please read the LQ Rules..we are NOT going to do your homework for you, but if you're stuck and actually show some effort of your own, we will always be glad to help. But we aren't going to look things up for you...
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Per the LQ Rules, please do not post homework assignments verbatim. We're happy to assist if you have specific questions or have hit a stumbling point, however. Let us know what you've already tried and what references you have used (including class notes, books, and Google searches) and we'll do our best to help. Also, keep in mind that your instructor might also be an LQ member.
I kindly invite you, shinabright01, to start new threads at your wish, but please follow suggestions from valuable members above by posting a real question and trying to make us understand where and why you have difficulty in answering.
Last but not least, please use CODE tags to embed the lines of code you want to show us. They preserve formatting and make the code more readable. To use them, switch to Advanced Mode, select the text you have previously copied/pasted from your terminal and among the editing tools click the button with the hash #. Alternatively, you can simply put [CODE] before and [/CODE] after the text you want to embed. Thank you in advance.
Good catch, k3lt01! If they are exam questions, most likely they break a non-disclosure agreement. For this reason I've removed the question and the thread itself will be deleted as soon as there is evidence the OP read the answers and eventually reply to our posts.