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CSEN5322 Quiz-3. Multiple Choices 1. The ____ of a process contains temporary data such as function parameters, return addresses, and local variables.

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1 CSEN5322 Quiz-3

2 Multiple Choices 1. The ____ of a process contains temporary data such as function parameters, return addresses, and local variables. A) text sectionC) program counter B) data sectionD) stack 2. A _________________ saves the state of the currently running process and restores the state of the next process to run. A) save-and-restoreC) context switch B) state switchD) none of the above 3. A process may transition to the Ready state by which of the following actions? A) Completion of an I/O eventC) Newly-admitted process B) Awaiting its turn on the CPUD) All of the above T/F 4. The exec() system call creates a new process. 5. In Windows XP, using a section object to pass messages over a connection port avoids data copying.

3 Multiple Choices 1. The ____ of a process contains temporary data such as function parameters, return addresses, and local variables. A) text sectionC) program counter B) data sectionD) stack 2. A _________________ saves the state of the currently running process and restores the state of the next process to run. A) save-and-restoreC) context switch B) state switchD) none of the above 3. A process may transition to the Ready state by which of the following actions? A) Completion of an I/O eventC) Newly-admitted process B) Awaiting its turn on the CPUD) All of the above T/F 4. The exec() system call creates a new process. F 5. In Windows XP, using a section object to pass messages over a connection port avoids data copying.T


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