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CATIA V5 Interview questions – Interview Questions for mechanical engineer on CATIA V5 – CATIA V5 Questions with Answers

CATIA V5 Interview questions – Interview Questions for mechanical engineer on CATIA V5 – CATIA V5 Questions with Answers   1)            Expand CATIAV5? Computer Aided Three Dimensional Interactive Application. 2)            What is the save extension of sketcher file? CAT Part 3)            Does CATIA V5 work on UNIX Platform? Yes 4)            Is it possible to increase […]

ICSE JAVA 10th standard Notes – Do While Loop in Java with example – ICSE Notes

ICSE JAVA 10th standard Notes – Do While Loop in Java with example – ICSE Notes Do-While Loops :- The Do-While Loop is an Exit controlled Loop. The Do-While Loop evaluates its test expression at the bottom of the loop after executing its loop-body statements. This means that the body of the Do-While Loop is […]

ICSE JAVA 10th standard Notes – Iteration in Java with example – ICSE Notes

ICSE JAVA 10th standard Notes – Iteration in Java with example – ICSE Notes   Iteration : An Iteration construct means repetition of a set-of-statements depending upon a condition test. Till the time the condition is True in the Loop, the True Block of statements are repeatedly executed. As the condition becomes False, the Loop […]

ICSE JAVA 10th standard Notes – Entry Controlled and Exit Control Loop in Java

ICSE JAVA 10th standard Notes – Entry Controlled and Exit Control Loop in Java   Entry Controlled Loop :- In the entry controlled loop, the test expression or the condition of the loop is tested before entering in to the loop. If the test condition evaluates to be true, then the body of the loop […]

ICSE 10th Standard Notes – Nested Switch Statements in java – Java Nested Switch Statements with example

ICSE 10th Standard Notes – Nested Switch Statements in java – Java Nested Switch Statements with example Nested Switch Statements :- Using a switch statement in another switch statement is called as nesting of Switch Statements. Syntax:- switch(a) { case 1: switch(b) { case 1: Statements 1 break; case 2: Statements 2 break; case 3: […]