Test Status
      (A) Int data = (int) Math.floor(b);
      (B) Int data = (int) Math.abs(b);
      (C) Int data = (int) Math.ceil(b);
      (D) Int data = (int) Math.min(b);
      (A) short s = 28;
      (B) float f = 2.3;
      (C) double d = 2.3;
      (D) int I = '1';
      (A) Employee should be the base class of Manager class.
      (B) Manager should be the base class of Employee class.
      (C) Manager class should include the Employee class as a data member.
      (D) Employee class should include Manager class as a data member.
      (A) Arrays in Java are essentially objects.
      (B) It is not possible to assign one array to another. Individual elements of array can however be assigned
      (C) Array elements are indexed from 1 to size of array.
      (D) If a method tries to access an array element beyond its range, a compile warning is generated.
      (A) The number of bytes is compiler dependent.
      (B) 2
      (C) 4
      (D) 8
      (A) protected
      (B) implements Throwable
      (C) serializable
      (D) extends Throwable
      (A) && operator is used for short-circuited logical AND.
      (B) ~ operator is the bit-wise XOR operator.
      (C) operator is used to perform bitwise OR and also short-circuited logical OR.
      (D) The unsigned right shift operator in Java is >>.
      (A) Only Static methods of the same class
      (B) Only instances of the same class
      (C) Only methods those defined in the same class
      (D) Only classes available in the same package.