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Test answers for Javascript Test 2016

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Q.1. Which of the following is true about setTimeOut()?

  • The statement(s) it executes run(s) only once.
  • It pauses the script in which it is called.
  • clearTimeOut() won’t stop its execution.
  • The delay is measured in hundredths of a second.
  • It is required in every JavaScript function.

Q.2. How can the operating system of the client machine be detected?

  • It is not possible using JavaScript.
  • Using the navigator object
  • Using the window object
  • Using the document object
  • None of these.

Q.3. Which of the following prints “AbBc”?

  • var b = ‘a’; var result = b.toUpperCase() + ‘b’ + ‘b’.toUpperCase() +’C'[‘toLowerCase’](); alert(result);
  • var b = ‘a’; var result = b.toUpperCase() + ‘b’ + ‘b’.toUpperCase() +’c'[‘toUpperCase’](); alert(result);
  • var b = ‘a’; var result = b.toUpperCase() + b + ‘b’.toUpperCase() +’C'[‘toLowerCase’](); alert(result);
  • var b = ‘a’; var result = b.toUpperCase() + ‘b’ + ‘b’.toUpperCase() +C; alert(result);

Q.4. Which of the following descriptions is true for the code below?

 

var object0 = {};

Object.defineProperty(object0, “prop0”, { value : 1, enumerable:false, configurable : true });

Object.defineProperty(object0, “prop1”, { value : 2, enumerable:true,  configurable : false });

Object.defineProperty(object0, “prop2”, { value : 3 });

object0.prop3 = 4;

  • Object ‘object0’ contains 4 properties. Property ‘prop2’ and property ‘prop3’ are available in the for…in loop. Property ‘prop0’ and property ‘prop1’ are available to delete.
  • Object ‘object0’ contains 4 properties. Property ‘prop1’ and property ‘prop2’ are available in the for…in loop. Property ‘prop2’ and property ‘prop3’ are available to delete.
  • Object ‘object0’ contains 4 properties. Property ‘prop0’ and property ‘prop2’ are available in the for…in loop. Property ‘prop0’ and property ‘prop2’ are available to delete.
  • Object ‘object0’ contains 4 properties. Property ‘prop1’ and property ‘prop3’ are available in the for…in loop. Property ‘prop0’ and property ‘prop3’ are available to delete.

Q.5. Performance-wise, which is the fastest way of repeating a string in JavaScript?

  • String.prototype.repeat = function( num ) { return new Array( num + 1 ).join( this ); }
  • function repeat(pattern, count) { if (count < 1) return ”; var result = ”; while (count > 0) { if (count & 1) result += pattern; count >>= 1, pattern += pattern; } return result; }
  • String.prototype.repeat = function(count) { if (count < 1) return ”; var result = ”, pattern = this.valueOf(); while (count > 0) { if (count & 1) result += pattern; count >>= 1, pattern += pattern; } return result; };
  • String.prototype.repeat = function (n, d) { return –n ? this + (d || ”) + this.repeat(n, d) : ” + this };

Q.6. Consider the following variable declarations:

 

var a=”adam”

var b=”eve”

 

Which of the following would return the sentence “adam and eve”?

  • a.concatinate(“and”, b)
  • a.concat(“and”, b)
  • a.concatinate(” and “, b)
  • a.concat(” and “, b)

Q.7. Which of the following code snippets will correctly split “str”?

  • <script> var str = ‘something — something_else’; var substrn = str.split(‘ — ‘); </script>
  • <script> var str = ‘something — something_else’; var substrn = split.str(‘ — ‘); </script>
  • <script> var str = ‘something — something_else’; var substrn = str.split(‘ – ‘,’ – ‘); </script>
  • <script> var str = ‘something — something_else’; var substrn = split.str(‘ – ‘,’ – ‘); </script>

Q.8. Which object can be used to ascertain the protocol of the current URL?

  • document
  • window
  • history
  • browser
  • form
  • location

Q.9. Which of the following best describes a “for” loop?

  • “for” loop consists of six optional expressions, enclosed in parentheses and separated by semicolons, followed by a statement executed in the loop.
  • “for” loop consists of five optional expressions, enclosed in parentheses and separated by semicolons, followed by a statement executed in the loop.
  • “for” loop consists of four optional expressions, enclosed in parentheses and separated by semicolons, followed by a statement executed in the loop.
  • “for” loop consists of three optional expressions, enclosed in parentheses and separated by semicolons, followed by a statement executed in the loop.

Q.10. Which of the following descriptions best describes the code below?

 

<script>

var variable1 = { fastFood: “spaghetti”, length: 10 };

Object.freeze(variable1);

variable1.price = 50;

delete variable1.length;

</script>

  • Object is frozen, a property named “price” is added in the variable1 object, a property named “length” is deleted from this object. At the end of the code, the object “variable1” contains 2 properties.
  • Object is frozen, a property named “price” is not added in the variable1 object, a property named “length” is deleted from this object. At the end of the code, object “variable1” contains 1 properties.
  • Object is frozen, a property named “price” is added in the variable1 object, a property named “length” is not deleted from this object. At the end of the code, object “variable1” contains 1 properties.
  • Object is frozen, a property named “price” is not added in the variable1 object, a property named “length” is not deleted from this object. At the end of the code, object “variable1” contains 2 properties.

Q.11. Which of the following is not a valid HTML event?

  • ondblclick
  • onmousemove
  • onclick
  • onblink

Q.12. Analyze the following code snippet which uses a Javascript Regular Expression character set. What will be the output of this code?

 

<html>

<body>

 

<script type=”text/javascript”>

var str = “Is this enough?”;

var patt1 = new RegExp(“[^A-J]”);

var result = str.match(patt1);

document.write(result);

</script>

 

</body>

</html

  • I
  • Is
  • s
  • I,s,

Q.13. Consider the following image definition:

<img id=”logo” src=”companylogo1.gif” height=”12″ width=”12″ >

Which of the following will change the image to companylogo2.gif when the page loads?

  • logo.source=”companylogo2.gif”
  • logo.source=”companylogo1.gif”
  • document.getElementById(‘logo’).src=”companylogo1.gif”
  • document.getElementById(‘logo’).src=”companylogo2.gif”

Q.14. What is the final value of the variable bar in the following code?

 

var foo = 9;

bar = 5;

(function() {

var foo = 2;

bar= 1;

}())

bar = bar + foo;

  • 10
  • 14
  • 3
  • 7

Q.15. Which of the following are JavaScript unit testing tools?

  • Buster.js, jQuery, YUI Yeti
  • QUnit, Modernizr, JsTestDriver
  • Node.js, Modernizr, Jasmine
  • Buster.js, YUI Yeti, Jasmine

Q.16. Which of the following can be used for disabling the right click event in Internet Explorer?

  • event.button == 2
  • event.button == 4
  • event.click == 2
  • event.click == 4

Q.17. An image tag is defined as follows:

<img id=”ERImage” width=”100″ height=”100″ onmouseover=”ImageChange()”  src=”Image1.jpg”>

The purpose of the ImageChange() function is to change the image source to Image2.jpg. Which of the following should the ImageChange() function look like?

  • document.getElementById(‘ERImage’).src=”Image1.jpg”
  • document.getElementById(‘ERImage’).src=”Image2.jpg”
  • document.getElementById(‘ERImage’).style.src=”Image1.jpg”
  • document.getElementById(‘ERImage’).style.src=”Image2.jpg”

Q.18. Consider the following JavaScript alert:

<script type=”text/JavaScript”>

function message() {

alert(“Welcome to ExpertRating!!!”)

}

</script>

Which of the following will run the function when a user opens the page?

  • body onload=”message()”
  • body onunload=”message()”
  • body onsubmit=”message()”
  • body onreset=”message()”

Q.19. Which of the following code snippets will correctly get the length of an object?

  • <script> var newObj = new Object(); newObj[“firstname”] = “FirstName”; newObj[“lastname”] = “LastName”; newObj[“age”] = 21; Object.size = function(obj) { var size = 0, key; for (key in obj) { if (obj.hasOwnProperty(index)) size++; } return size; }; var size = Object.size(newObj); </script>
  • <script> var newObj = new Object(); newObj[“firstname”] = “FirstName”; newObj[“lastname”] = “LastName”; newObj[“age”] = 21; Object.size = function(obj) { var size = 0, key; for (key in obj) { if (obj.hasOwnProperty(value)) size++; } return size; }; var size = Object.size(newObj); </script>
  • <script> var newObj = new Object(); newObj[“firstname”] = “FirstName”; newObj[“lastname”] = “LastName”; newObj[“age”] = 21; Object.size = function(obj) { var size = 0, key; for (key in obj) { if (obj.hasOwnProperty(length)) size++; } return size; }; var size = Object.size(newObj); </script>
  • <script> var newObj = new Object(); newObj[“firstname”] = “FirstName”; newObj[“lastname”] = “LastName”; newObj[“age”] = 21; Object.size = function(obj) { var size = 0, key; for (key in obj) { if (obj.hasOwnProperty(key)) size++; } return size; }; var size = Object.size(newObj); </script>

Q.20. Which of the following Array methods in JavaScript runs a function on every item in the Array and collects the result from previous calls, but in reverse?

  • reduce()
  • reduceRight()
  • reverse()
  • pop()

Q.21. In an HTML page, the form tag is defined as follows:

<form onsubmit=”return Validate()” action=”http://www.mysite.com/”>

The validate() function is intended to prevent the form from being submitted if the name field in the form is empty. What should the validate() function look like?

  • <script type=”text/javascript”> function Validate() { if(document.forms[0].name.value == “”) return true; else return false; } </script>
  • <script type=”text/javascript”> function Validate() { if(document.forms[0].name.value == “”) return false; else return true; } </script>
  • script type=”text/javascript”> function Validate() { if(document.forms[0].name== “”) return false; else return true; } </script>
  • <script type=”text/javascript”> function Validate() { if(document.forms[0].name == “”) return true; else return false; } </script>

Q.22. Which of the following code snippets changes an image on the page?

  • var img = document.getElementById(“imageId”); img.src = “newImage.gif”;
  • var img = document.getElementById(“imageId”); img.style.src = “newImage.gif”;
  • var img = document.getElementById(“imageId”); img.src.value = “newImage.gif”;
  • var img = document.getElementById(“imageId”); img = “newImage.gif”;

Q.23. Which of the following results is returned by the JavaScript operator “typeof” for the keyword “null”?

  • function
  • object
  • string
  • number

Q.24. What will be the final value of the variable “apt”?

 

var apt=2;

apt=apt<<2;

  • 2
  • 4
  • 6
  • 8
  • 16

Q.25. How can a JavaScript object be printed?

  • console.log(obj)
  • console.print(obj)
  • console.echo(obj);
  • None of these

Q.26. Which of the following is the correct syntax for using the JavaScript exec() object method?

  • RegExpObject.exec()
  • RegExpObject.exec(string)
  • RegExpObject.exec(parameter1,parameter2)
  • None of these

Q.27. Having an array object var arr = new Array(), what is the best way to add a new item to the end of an array?

  • arr.push(“New Item”)
  • arr[arr.length] = “New Item”
  • arr.unshift(“New Item”)
  • arr.append(“New Item”)
  1. Consider the following JavaScript validation function:

function ValidateField()

{

if(document.forms[0].txtId.value ==””)

{return false;}

 

return true;

}

Which of the following options will call the function as soon as the user leaves the field?

  • input name=txtId type=”text” onreset=”return ValidateField()”
  • input name=txtId type=”text” onfocus=”return ValidateField()”
  • input name=txtId type=”text” onsubmit=”return ValidateField()”
  • input name=txtId type=”text” onblur=”return ValidateField()”

Q.29. Which of following uses the “with” statement in JavaScript correctly?

  • with (document.getElementById(“blah”).style) { background = “black”; color = “blue”; border = “1px solid green”; }
  • with document.getElementById(“blah”).style background = “black”; color = “blue”; border = “1px solid green”; End With
  • With document.getElementByName(“blah”).style background = “black”; color = “blue”; border = “1px solid green”; End With
  • with (document.getElementById(“blah”).style) { .background = “black”; .color = “blue”; .border = “1px solid green”; }

Q.30. Consider the following JavaScript validation function:

 

<script type=”text/JavaScript”>

function ValidateField()

{

if(document.forms[0].txtId.value ==””)

{return false;}

 

return true;

}

</script>

 

Which of the following options will call the function as soon as the user leaves the field?

  • input name=txtId type=”text” onreset=”return ValidateField()”
  • input name=txtId type=”text” onfocus=”return ValidateField()”
  • input name=txtId type=”text” onsubmit=”return ValidateField()”
  • input name=txtId type=”text” onblur=”return ValidateField()”

Q.31. Which of the following modifiers must be set if the JavaScript lastIndex object property was used during pattern matching?

  • i
  • m
  • g
  • s

Q.32. Consider the following image definition:

 

<img id=”logo” src=”companylogo1.gif” height=”12″ width=”12″ >

 

Which of the following will change the image to “companylogo2.gif” when the page loads?

  • logo.source=”companylogo2.gif”
  • logo.source=”companylogo1.gif”
  • document.getElementById(‘logo’).src=”companylogo1.gif”
  • document.getElementById(‘logo’).src=”companylogo2.gif”

Q.33. Which of the following will check whether the variable vRast exists or not?

  • if (typeof vRast=”undefined”) {}
  • if (typeof vRast ==”undefined”) {}
  • if (vRast.defined =true) {}
  • if (vRast.defined ==true) {}

Q.34. What would be the use of the following code?

 

function validate(field) {

var valid=”ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZabcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz”;

var ok=”yes”;

var temp;

 

for(var i=0;i<field.value.length;i++) {

temp=”” + field.value.substring(i,i+1)

 

if(valid.indexOf(temp)==”-1”) {

ok=”no”;

}

}

 

if(ok==”no”) {

alert(”error”);

field.focus();

}

}

  • It will force a user to enter only numeric values.
  • It will force a user to enter only alphanumeric values.
  • It will force a user to enter only English alphabet character values.
  • None of these.

Q.35. An image tag is defined as follows:

 

<img id=”ERImage” width=”100″ height=”100″ onmouseover=”ImageChange()”  src=”Image1.jpg”>

 

The purpose of the ImageChange() function is to change the image source to “Image2.jpg”. Which of the following should the ImageChange() function look like?

  • document.getElementById(‘ERImage’).src=”Image1.jpg”
  • document.getElementById(‘ERImage’).src=”Image2.jpg”
  • document.getElementById(‘ERImage’).style.src=”Image1.jpg”
  • document.getElementById(‘ERImage’).style.src=”Image2.jpg”

Q.36. Which of the following choices will detect if “variableName” declares a function?

 

<script>

var variableName= function(){};

</script>

  • return variableName;
  • nameof variableName;
  • isFunction variableName;
  • typeof variableName;

Q.37. Which of the following choices will change the source of the image to “image2.gif” when a user clicks on the image?

  • img id=”imageID” src=”image1.gif” width=”50″ height=”60″ onmousedown=”changeimg(image1.gif)” onmouseup=”changeimg(image2.gif)”
  • img id=”imageID” src=”image1.gif” width=”50″ height=”60″ onmouseclick=”changeimg(image2.gif)” onmouseup=”changeimg(image1.gif)”
  • img id=”imageID” src=”image2.gif” width=”50″ height=”60″ onmousedown=”changeimg(image1.gif)” onmouseup=”changeimg(image2.gif)”
  • img id=”imageID” src=”image2.gif” width=”50″ height=”60″ onmousedown=”changeimg(image2.gif)” onmouseup=”changeimg(image1.gif)”
  • img id=”imageID” src=”image1.gif” width=”50″ height=”60″ onmousedown=”changeimg(‘image2.gif’)” onmouseup=”changeimg(‘image1.gif’)”

Q.38. How can created cookies be deleted using JavaScript?

  • They can’t be deleted. They are valid until they expire.
  • Overwrite with an expiry date in the past
  • Use escape() on the value of the path attribute
  • Use unescape() on the value of the path attribute
  • The cookie file will have to be removed from the client machine.
  • Wait till the expiry date is reached
  1. What would be the value of ‘ind’ after execution of the following code?

 

var msg=”Welcome to ExpertRating”

var ind= msg.substr(3, 3)

Answers:

  • lco
  • com
  • ome
  • Welcome

Q.40. Are the two statements below interchangeable?

 

object.property

object[”property”]

  • Yes
  • No

Q.41. Which of the following is not a valid method in generator-iterator objects in JavaScript?

  • send()
  • throw()
  • next()
  • stop()

Q.42. Which of the following code snippets will return all HTTP headers?

  • var req = new XMLHttpRequest(); req.open(‘GET’, document.location, false); req.send(null); var headers = req.getAllResponseHeaders().toLowerCase(); alert(headers);
  • var req = new XMLHttpAccess(); req.open(‘GET’, document.location, false); req.send(null); var headers = req.getAllResponseHeaders().toLowerCase(); alert(headers);
  • var req = new XMLHttpRequest(); req.open(‘GET’, document.location, false); req.send(null); var headers = req.getResponseHeader().toLowerCase(); alert(headers);
  • var req = new XMLHttpRequestHeader(); req.open(‘GET’, document.location, false); req.send(null); var headers = req.retrieveAllResponseHeaders().toLowerCase(); alert(headers);

Q.43. Consider the following JavaScript alert:

 

<script type=”text/JavaScript”>

function message() {

alert(“Welcome to ExpertRating!!!”)

}

</script>

 

Which of the following will run the function when a user opens the page?

  • body onload=”message()”
  • body onunload=”message()”
  • body onsubmit=”message()”
  • body onreset=”message()”

Q.44. Which of the following is the most secure and efficient way of declaring an array?

  • var a = []
  • var a = new Array()
  • var a = new Array(n)
  • var a

Q.45. Which of the following Regular Expression pattern flags is not valid?

  • gi
  • p
  • i
  • g

Q.46. Which of the following built-in functions is used to access form elements using their IDs?

Answers:

  • getItem(id)
  • getFormElement(id)
  • getElementById(id)
  • All of these

Q.47. Which of the following statements is correct?

  • There is no undefined property in JavaScript.
  • Undefined object properties can be checked using the following code: if (typeof something == null) alert(“something is undefined”);
  • It is not possible to check for undefined object properties in JavaScript.
  • Undefined object properties can be checked using the following code: if (typeof something === “undefined”) alert(“something is undefined”);

Q.48. Which of the following correctly uses a timer with a function named rearrange()?

 

  • tmr=setTimeout(“rearrange ()”,1)
  • tmr=Timer(1,”rearrange ()”)
  • tmr=Timer(“rearrange ()”,1)
  • tmr=setTimeout(1,”rearrange ()”)

Q.49. Which of the following can be used to escape the ‘ character?

  • *
  • \
  • @
  • #
  • %
  • |
  • ~

Q.50. Which event can be used to validate the value in a field as soon as the user moves out of the field by pressing the tab key?

  • onblur
  • onfocus
  • lostfocus
  • gotfocus
  • None of these

Q.51. When setting cookies with JavaScript, what will happen to the cookies.txt data if the file exceeds the maximum size?

 

  • The script automatically generates a run-time error.
  • The script automatically generates a load-time error.
  • All processes using document.cookie are ignored.
  • The file is truncated to the maximum length.

Q.52. Which of the following are not global methods and properties in E4X?

  • ignoreComments
  • ignoreWhiteSpace
  • setName()
  • setNamespace()
  • ignoreComments and ignoreWhiteSpace
  • setName() and setNamespace()

Q.53. Which of the following will change the color of a paragraph’s text to blue when a user hovers over it, and reset it back to black when the user hovers out?

  • <p onmouseover=”style.color=’black'” onmouseout=”style.color=’blue'”> The text of the paragraph..</p>
  • <p onmouseover=”style.color=’blue'” onmouseout=”style.color=’black'”> The text of the paragraph..</p>
  • <p onmouseout=”style.color=’blue'”> The text of the paragraph..</p>
  • <p onmouseover=”style.color=’blue'”> The text of the paragraph..</p>
  • <p onmousein=”style.color=’blue'” onmouseout=”style.color=’black'”> The text of the paragraph..</p>

Q.54. What is the purpose of while(1) in the following JSON response?

 

while(1);[[‘u’,[[‘smsSentFlag’,’false’],[‘hideInvitations’,’false’],[‘remindOnRespondedEventsOnly’,’true’],[‘hideInvitations_remindOnRespondedEventsOnly’,’false_true’],[‘Calendar ID stripped for privacy’,’false’],[‘smsVerifiedFlag’,’true’]]]]

  • It’s invalid JSON code.
  • It makes it difficult for a third-party to insert the JSON response into an HTML document with a <script> tag.
  • It iterates the JSON response.
  • It prevents the JSON response from getting executed.

Q.55. Consider the three variables:

 

someText = ‘JavaScript1.2’;

pattern = /(\w+)(\d)\.(\d)/i;

outCome = pattern.exec(someText);

 

What does outCome[0] contain?

  • true
  • false
  • JavaScript1.2
  • null
  • 0

Q.56. Which of the following choices will turn a string into a JavaScript function call (case with objects) of the following code snippet?

 

<script>

window.foo = {

bar: {

baz: function() {

alert(‘Hello!’);

}

}

};

</script>

  • bar[‘baz’]();
  • object[‘foo’][‘bar’][‘baz’]();
  • document[‘foo’][‘bar’][‘baz’]();
  • window[‘foo’][‘bar’][‘baz’]();

Q.57. Which of the following determines whether cookies are enabled in a browser or not?

  • (navigator.Cookie)? true : false
  • (application.cookieEnabled)? true : false
  • (navigator.cookieEnabled)? true : false
  • (application.cookie)? true : false

Q.58. Which of the following options can be used for adding direct support for XML to JavaScript?

  • E4X
  • egex
  • Generators and Iterators
  • let

Q.59. Which of the following will detect which DOM element has the focus?

  • document.activeElement
  • document.ready
  • document.referrer
  • document.getelementbyid

Q.60. Which of the following will randomly choose an element from an array named myStuff, given that the number of elements changes dynamically?

  • randomElement = myStuff[Math.floor(Math.random() * myStuff.length)];
  • randomElement = myStuff[Math.ceil(Math.random() * myStuff.length)];
  • randomElement = myStuff[Math.random(myStuff.length)];
  • randomElement = Math.random(myStuff.length);

Q.61. How can global variables be declared in JavaScript?

  • All variables are local in JavaScript.
  • Declare the variable between the ‘script’ tags, and outside a function to make the variable global
  • Precede the variable name with the constant global
  • Declare the variable in an external file

Q.62. Which of the following objects in JavaScript contains the collection called “plugins”?

Answers:

  • Location
  • Window
  • Screen
  • Navigator

Q.63. What will be output of the following code?

 

function testGenerator() {

yield “first”;

document.write(“step1”);

 

yield “second”;

document.write(“step2”);

 

yield “third”;

document.write(“step3”);

}

 

var g = testGenerator();

document.write(g.next());

document.write(g.next());

  • firststep1second
  • step1step2
  • step1
  • step1step2step3

Q.64. Which of the following methods will copy data to the Clipboard?

  • execClipboard(‘Copy’)
  • copyCommand(‘Clipboard’)
  • execCommand(‘Copy’)
  • execClipboard(‘Copy’)

Q.65. Which of the following code snippets trims whitespace from the beginning and end of the given string str?

  • str.replace(/^\s+|\s+$/g, ”);
  • str.replace(/^\s+/,”);
  • str.replace(/\s+$/,”);
  • str.replace(/\s+/g,’ ‘);

Q.66. What is the difference between call() and apply()?

  • The call() function accepts an argument list of a function, while the apply() function accepts a single array of arguments.
  • The apply() function accepts an argument list of a function, while the call() function accepts a single array of arguments.
  • The call() function accepts an object list of a function, while the apply() function accepts a single array of an object.
  • The call() function accepts an object list of a function, while the apply() function accepts a single array of an object.

Q.67. Which of the following code snippets is more efficient, and why?

 

<script language=”JavaScript”>

for(i=0;i<document.images.length;i++)

document.images[i].src=”blank.gif”;

</script>

 

<script language=”JavaScript”>

var theimages = document.images;

for(i=0;i<theimages.length;i++)

theimages[i].src=”blank.gif”

</script>

  • Both are equally efficient.
  • The first code is more efficient as it contains less code.
  • The first code is more efficient as it employs object caching.
  • The second code is more efficient as it employs object caching.

Q.68. What is the meaning of obfuscation in JavaScript?

\• Obfuscation is a keyword in JavaScript.

  • Making code unreadable using advanced algorithms.
  • Decrypting encrypted source code using advanced algorithms.
  • None of these.
  • Making code unreadable using advanced algorithms.

Q.69. Which of the following JavaScript Regular Expression modifiers finds one or more occurrences of a specific character in a string?

  • ?
  • *
  • +
  • #

Q.70. Which of the following is not a valid JavaScript operator?

  • |
  • ===
  • %=
  • ^
  1. Which of the following code snippets returns “[object object]”?

Answers:

  • <script> var o = new Object(); o.toSource(); </script>
  • <script> var o = new Object(); o.valueOf(); </script>
  • <script> var o = new Object(); o.toString(); </script>
  • <script> var o = new Object(); o.getName(); </script>

Q.72. Which of the following can be used to invoke an iframe from a parent page?

  • window.frames
  • document.getElementById
  • document.getelementsbyname
  • document.getelementsbyclassname

Q.73. Select the following function that shuffles an array?

  • function shuffle(array) { var tmp, current, top = array.length; if(top) while(–top) { current = Math.floor(Math.random() * (top + 1)); tmp = array[current]; array[current] = array[top]; array[top] = tmp; } return array; }
  • function shuffle(array) { return array.sort(function(a,b) { return (a-b); }); }
  • function shuffle(array) { var results = new Array(); var sorted_arr = array.sort(); for (var i = 0; i < array.length – 1; i++) { if (sorted_arr[i + 1] == sorted_arr[i]) { results.push(sorted_arr[i]); } } return results; }
  • function shuffle(array) { for (var tmp, cur, top=array.length; top–;){ cur = (Math.random() * (top + 1)) << 0; tmp = array[cur]; array[cur] = array[top]; array[top] = tmp; } return array.sort(); }

Q.74. Which of the following code snippets removes objects from an associative array?

  • delete array[“propertyName”];
  • array.propertyName.remove();
  • array.splice(index, 1);
  • array[“propertyName”].remove();

Q.75. What is the error in the statement: var charConvert = toCharCode(‘x’);?

  • toCharCode() is a non-existent method.
  • Nothing. The code will work fine.
  • toCharCode only accepts numbers.
  • toCharCode takes no arguments.

Q.76. What value would JavaScript assign to an uninitialized variable?

  • NaN
  • null
  • undefined
  • false

Q.77. What does the following JavaScript code do?

 

contains(a, obj) {

for (var i = 0; i < a.length; i++) {

if (a[i] === obj) {

return true;

}

}

return false;

}

  • It calculates an array’s length.
  • It compares ‘a’ and ‘obj’ in an array.
  • The code will cause an error.
  • It checks if an array contains ‘obj’.

Q.78. If an image is placed styled with z-index=-1 and a text paragraph is overlapped with it, which one will be displayed on top?

  • The paragraph.
  • The image.
  • It depends on other rules.

Q.79. Which of the following code snippets gets an image’s dimensions (height & width) correctly?

  • var img = document.getElementById(‘imageid’); var width = img.clientWidth; var height = img.clientHeight;
  • var img = document.getElementById(‘imageid’); var width = img.width; var height = img.height;
  • var img = document.getElementById(‘imageid’); var width = img.getAttribute(‘width’); var height = img.getAttribute(‘height’);
  • var img=document.getElementById(“imageid”); var width=img.offsetWidth; var height=img.offsetHeight;

Q.80. Which of the following are correct values of variableC, and why?

 

<script>

variableA = [6,8];

variableB =[7,9];

variableC = variableA + variableB;

</script>

  • 6, 7, 8 and 9. The + operator is defined for arrays, and it concatenates strings, so it converts the arrays to strings.
  • 6, 15 and 9. The + operator is defined for arrays, and it concatenates numbers, so it converts the arrays to numbers.
  • 6, 8, 7 and 9. The + operator is defined for arrays, and it concatenates strings, so it converts the arrays to strings.
  • 6, 87 and 9. The + operator is not defined for arrays, and it concatenates strings, so it converts the arrays to strings.

Q.81. The following are the samples for getting a selected value in the from a dropdown list:

 

<select id=”ddlViewBy”>

<option value=”1″>test1</option>

<option value=”2″ selected=”selected”>test2</option>

<option value=”3″>test3</option>

</select>

 

Which code block is correct?

  • var e = document.getElementById(“ddlViewBy”); var strUser = e.options[e.selectedIndex].text;
  • var e = document.getElementById(“ddlViewBy”); var strUser = e.options[e.selectedIndex].value;
  • var e = document.getElementByName(“ddlViewBy”); var strUser = e.options[e.selectedIndex].text;
  • var e = document.getElementByName(“ddlViewBy”); var strUser = e.options[e.selectedIndex].value;

Q.82. var profits=2489.8237

 

Which of the following code(s) produces the following output?

 

output : 2489.824

  • profits.toFixed(4)
  • profits.toFixed(3)
  • profits.formatDollar(3)
  • profits.nuberFormat(3)

Q.83. A form contains two fields named id1 and id2.  How can you copy the value of the id2 field to id1?

  • document.forms[0].id1.value=document.forms[0].id2.value
  • document.forms[0].id2.value=document.forms[0].id1.value
  • document.id1.value=document.id2.value
  • document.id2.value=document.id1.value

Q.84. Which of the following code snippets will toggle a div element’s background color?

 

<button id=”toggle”>Toggle</button>

<div id=”terd”>Change Background Color.</div>

  • <script> var button = document.getElementById(‘toggle’); button.click = function() { terd.style.backgroundColor = terd.style.backgroundColor == ‘blue’ ? ‘red’ : ‘blue’; }; </script>
  • <script> var button = document.getElementById(‘toggle’); button.ready = function() { terd.style.backgroundColor = terd.style.backgroundColor == ‘blue’ ? ‘red’ : ‘blue’; }; </script>
  • <script> var button = document.getElementById(‘toggle’); button.focus = function() { terd.style.backgroundColor = terd.style.backgroundColor == ‘blue’ ? ‘red’ : ‘blue’; }; </script>
  • <script> var button = document.getElementById(‘toggle’); button.onclick = function() { terd.style.backgroundColor = terd.style.backgroundColor == ‘blue’ ? ‘red’ : ‘blue’; }; </script>

Q.85. How can the user’s previously navigated page be determined using JavaScript?

  • It is not possible in JavaScript. This can be done only through server-side scripting.
  • Using the document.referrer property
  • Using the window object
  • None of these

Q.86. Which of the following is not a valid method for looping an array?

  • var a= [1,2]; for (var i = 0; i < a.length; i++) { alert(a[i]); }
  • var a= [1,2]; a.forEach( function(item) { alert(item); })
  • var a= [1,2]; a.map( function(item) { alert(item); })
  • var a= [1,2]; a.loop( function(item) { alert(item); })

Q.87. Which of the following correctly sets a class for an element?

  • document.getElementById(elementId).className = “Someclass”;
  • document.getElementById(elementId).setAttribute(“className”, “Someclass”);
  • document.getElementById(elementId).class = “Someclass”;
  • document.getElementById(elementId).style = “Someclass”;

Q.88. An HTML form contains 10 checkboxes all named “chkItems”. Which JavaScript function can be used for checking all the checkboxes together?

  • function CheckAll() { for (z = 0; z < document.forms.chkItems.length; z++) { document.forms.chkItems[z].checked=true } }
  • function CheckAll() { for (z = 0; z < document.forms[0].chkItems.length; z++) { document.forms[0].chkItems[z].checked=true } }
  • function CheckAll() { for (z = 0; z < document.forms[0].chkItems.length; z++) { document.forms[0].chkItems.list[z].checked=true } }
  • function CheckAll() { for (z = 0; z < document.forms[0].chkItems.length; z++) { document.forms[0].chkItems.list[z].checked=false } }

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