5 years ago in Database Management System

How is it possible that both programs and data can be stored on the same floppy disk?

[A] Floppy disks can only store data, not programs
[B] Programs and data are both software, and both can be stored on any memory device
[C] A floppy disk has to be formatted for one or for the other
[D] A floppy disks has two sides, one for data and one for program
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Tsega Asresa Mengistu
Tsega Asresa Mengistu - 1 week ago

Tsega Asresa Mengistu from Dessie, Ethiopia is saying A floppy disks has two sides, one for data and one for program is correct answer

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Serkie Mekonnen - 1 week ago

Serkie Mekonnen from Dessie, Ethiopia is saying A floppy disks has two sides, one for data and one for program is correct answer

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Deep - 1 month ago

Deep from Kolkata, India is saying Programs and data are both software, and both can be stored on any memory device is correct answer

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Arpita Dhote - 1 month ago

Arpita Dhote from Pune, India is saying Programs and data are both software, and both can be stored on any memory device is correct answer

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Priya - 1 month ago

Priya from Hyderabad, India is saying A floppy disks has two sides, one for data and one for program is correct answer

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