ICSE Computer Application Sample Papers for Class 10

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Computer Application is very interesting subject to learn as it include algorithms, logics, coding part etc, which generally seems to very interesting to learn. But for the purpose of Board Exam preparation it demand proper attention to understand the concept behind every topic. Than only one is able to gain good marks in Board Exams. Indian Council of Secondary Education is one of the most reputed private boards of India that serve quality education. The main objective of ICSE Computer Application Sample Papers is to make students about the paper pattern and the type of questions asked in the exam. I hope this paper will help you in this regard. To perform well in your Board exam you can also take help from ICSE Class 10 Physics Sample Papers.

ICSE Class X Computer Applications Question Papers

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ICSE Computer Application Sample Papers

a) This paper consist of two sections Section-A and Section-B.
b) Section-A: Attempt all questions.
c) Section-B:Attempt any four questions.
d) Marks are mentioned to each questions for your convenience.
e) The given paper is of total 80 marks.
f) Remaining 20 marks is for Internal Assessment.

SECTION A (40 Marks)

Question 1

(a) Name any four tokens of Java. [2 Mark]
(b) Give the difference between actual parameter and formal parameter. [2 Mark]
(c) What is an identifier? [2 Mark]
(d) Write an expression in Java for cos x + 2 2 a b + . [2 Mark]
(e) What is the result produced by 2 – 10*3 + 100/11? Show the steps.[2 Mark]

Question 2

(a) What is the difference between local variable and instance variable? [2 Mark]
b int x =20, y = 10, z;
What is the value of z in
z = ++x * (y – –) – y ?
Show the steps. [2 Mark]
(c) What is the purpose of default in a switch? [2 Mark]
(d) Give the difference between linear search and binary search.[2 Mark]
(e) What will be the output of the following code?
float x = 7.87;
System.out.println(Math.floor(x); [2 Mark]

Question 3

(a) State the difference between if-else if ladder and switch…case. [2 Mark]
(b) Explain the concept of constructor overloading with an example. [2 Mark]
(c) What will be the output of the following program segments?
(i) String s = “application”;
int p = s.indexOf(‘a’);
System.out.println(p+s); [2 Mark]
(ii) String st = “PROGRAM”;
System.out.println(st.indexOf(st.charAt(4))); [2 Mark]
(iii) int a = 0;
if(a>0 && a<20)
else a– ;
System.out.println(a); [2 Mark]
(iv) int a= 5, b = 2,c;
if (a>b || a ! = b)
c = ++a+–b;
System.out.print(c+ “ ”+a+ “ ”+b); [2 Mark]
(v) int i = 1;
System.out.print(i + “ ” );
System.out.print(i); [2 Mark]

(d) Differentiate between isUpperCase(char) and toUpperCase(char).[2 Mark]
(e) What is the difference between a constructor function and a member function of a class? [2 Mark]
(f) What is the difference between a static member function and a member function which is not static?[2 Mark]

                                                        SECTION B (60 Marks)

Question 4

(a) Define a class taximeter having the following description:
Data members/instance variables
int taxino – to store taxi number
String name – to store passenger’s name
int km – to store number of kilometres travelled
Member functions:
taximeter() — constructor to initialize taxino to 0, name to “ ”and b to 0.
input() – to store taxino,name,km
calculate() – to calculate bill for a customer according to given conditions
kilometers travelled(km) Rate/km
≤ 1 km Rs 25
1 < km ≤ 6 Rs 10
6 < km ≤ 12 Rs 15
12 < km ≤ 18 Rs 20
>18 km Rs 25
display()- To display the details in the following format
Taxino Name Kilometres travelled Bill amount
Create an object in the main method and call all the above methods in it. [15 Mark]

Question 5

(a) Write a menu driven program to find the sum of the following series depending on the user choosing 1 or 2
1. S=1/4+1/8+1/12………upto n terms
2. S=1/1!-2/2!+3/3!…….upto n terms
where ! stands for factorial of the number and the factorial value of a number is the
product of all integers from 1 to that number, e.g. 5! = 1 × 2 × 3 × 4 × 5.
(use switch-case). [15 Mark]

Question 6

Write a program to accept a sentence and print only the first letter of each word of the
sentence in capital letters separated by a full stop.
Example :
INPUT SENTENCE : “This is a cat”
OUTPUT : T.I.A.C. [15 Mark]

Question 7

Write a program to create an array to store 10 integers and print the largest integer and
the smallest integer in that array.[15 Mark]

Question 8

Write a program to calculate the sum of all the prime numbers between the range of
1 and 100. [15 Mark]

Question 9

Write a program to store 10 names in an array. Arrange these in alphabetical order by
sorting. Print the sorted list. Take single word names, all in capital letters,
e.g. SAMSON, AJAY, LUCY, etc. [15 Mark]

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