# FUNDAMENTALS OF COMPUTER

## USING MICROSOFT WORD

### MICROSOFT WORD

 Question [CLICK ON ANY CHOICE TO KNOW THE RIGHT ANSWER]
What are the maximum number of copies it can do?
 A Less than or equal to 100.000 B Less than or equal to 32.767 C Less than 156 D Between 20 and 30.
Explanation:

Detailed explanation-1: -The SMALLINT data type stores small whole numbers that range from –32, 767 to 32, 767. The maximum negative number, –32, 768, is a reserved value and cannot be used.

Detailed explanation-2: -Why 32768 and 32767? The maximum value in binary number system using 15 bits can be 32768 (or 2^15). So an integer can store value from-32768 to +32767. And this becomes from 0 to 65536 for unsigned integers, due to the reason that total usable bits become 16.

Detailed explanation-3: -That means a 16-bit integer can represent 65536 different values. If it’s an unsigned 16-bit integer, it can represent 0-65535 (inclusive). The convention for signed integers is to represent-32768 to 32767, -214748368 to 214748367, etc.

Detailed explanation-4: -Standard Integers: int This means that it can store values from-32, 768 to 32, 767, or more depending on hardware. Like all of these other data types, there is an unsigned variant that can be used.

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