6 years ago in UGC CS - December 2012

In complete design, 'reducing the strength' refers to

[A] Reducing the range of values of input variables
[B] Code Optimization using cheaper machine instructions
[C] Reducing efficiency of program
[D] of program (D)
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aarti jadhav
aarti jadhav - 4 years ago

aarti jadhav from Pune, India is saying Reducing the range of values of input variables is correct answer

Nazia Sayed
Nazia Sayed - 4 years ago

Nazia Sayed from Mumbai, India is saying Code Optimization using cheaper machine instructions is correct answer

Sayed badruzama
Sayed badruzama - 4 years ago

Sayed badruzama from Mumbai, India is saying Reducing efficiency of program is correct answer

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sahezpreet singh - 4 years ago

sahezpreet singh from Amritsar, India is saying Code Optimization using cheaper machine instructions is correct answer

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Tilkamanjhi Sarai - 4 years ago

Tilkamanjhi Sarai from Pune, India is saying Code Optimization using cheaper machine instructions is correct answer

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