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What is CPNI?

What is CPNI? CPNI stands for Customer Proprietary Network Information. CPNI is confidential information about a customer’s purchase and use of telecommunications services, such as: •         Where, when, and with whom a call takes place (call detail records). •         The types and amount of telecom products and services a customer …

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What are the basic SQL commands?

Answer The following is the list of basic SQL commands for an database.    CREATE  – Creates a new table.    ALTER    – Modifies the definition (structure, data types, and so on) of an existing table.    DROP     – Permanently removes objects such as tables and fields.    INSERT   – …

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What are typcial frame rates for video or games?

Answer Frame Rate, also called as Refresh Rate defines the rate/frequency at which frames(picture) is displayed on the screen per second (fps). Common frame rates are 60 fps (NTSC video), 50 fps (PAL video), or 24 fps (film and movies). Modern display technologies, including LCDs. and the iPhone’s screen refreshes …

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What the features of Solid DB (In Memory Database)?

The following are the features of a Solid DB, one of the fastest in memory databases. In-memory, relational database –solidDB keeps data in main memory at all times rather than on disk (data is still persistent)–Applications can take advantage of its capability through standard ODBC, JDBC, SQL interfaces.<!

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Understanding Classic Bug Resolution States

Bugs are a important aspect of any SDLC. Bugs are normally found and reported by the QA(Testing team). Generally a bug tracking tool is used to log bugs. The developer reviews , acknowledges and fixes the bug. Finally QA verifies and marks as resolved. In essence there are various states …

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