Interrogative is putting a question towards something, but imperative is commanding and a polite request .
what is the difference between Interrogative pronoun, Interrogative adjective and Interrogative adverb
Interrogative words are ones that are used in place of a pronoun. Interrogative adjectives are used to modify nouns in the sentence.
The difference between a declarative sentence and an imperative sentence is that a declarative sentence is a statement and an imperative sentence is a command.Here is an example of a declarative sentence:A spider has eight legs.Here is an example of an imperative sentence:Please go get me some water
Interrogative pronoun comes before a verb while interrogative adjective comes before a noun. Eg WHO wrote the novel rockbound? (Interrogative pronoun) WHAT book are you reading? (Interrogative adjective)
what is the difference between custom software and off-the-shelf software
Imperative is how the computer should do something. Declarative is what you would like the computer to do.
A declarative sentence states a fact or description about something. (e.g. The ball is red.) An interrogative sentence is a question. (e.g. What color is the ball?) An exclamatory sentence uses expression or voice to present information. (e.g. I'm so excited you are coming.) An imperative sentence issues a command. (e.g. Go get the ball. Don't run in the hallway.)
There is no difference at all between the terms.
A declarative sentence makes a statement. In imperative statement is an order or direction to do something
difference between operating system and system software?
The difference between package and custom software is that custom software is not brought off the shelf and package software is brought off the shelf.
In a declarative statement, you initialize the object. But in an imperative statement, you use a preexisting statement and use it.
With an imperative sentence, the subject is understood and not necessarily stated. "Close the door." The subject is you and the verb is close.
Hardware is hard and Software is soft
There is no difference between them, they are the same.
The interrogative pronoun 'what' is used to ask for a specific thing:Example: "What is that red thing?"The interrogative pronoun 'which' is used to ask a choice between two or more things:Example: "Which one of these dresses should I wear?"
There ain't no difference
system software application software.
i don't know you tell me
software is a collection of programsinteface is a accessing a application
there is no such thing is a software system and system software is operational program
There is no difference. The term software is only used in reference to computer software.
The reality is there is no difference between these titles. Employers use them interchangeably. Theoretically, the difference is this: software engineers apply computer science and mathematical principles to design and develop software. Software developers simply develop software, i.e. carry out programming tasks.