1) What is IDE (Integrated Development Environment) for C and how it benefits the programmers ?
IDE is nothing but a text editor and compiler combination from where you can write, compile and execute your C programs from the IDE. Though it is not mandatory to use IDE for C programming, it can be very handy as it saves programmers time and hence his productivity.
Dear Reader, Verbal section understandably is one of the most important sections as it differs fundamentally from other sections like quantitative aptitude. The difference is that after a certain amount of preparation into quantitative aptitude, you can always get the confidence that you are almost 100% prepared.
There are few areas which always find their place in placement papers. One such chapter is boats and streams. You would had already come across several questions on this topic and would be well prepared. Given are few questions to check your understanding.
C++ as everyone knows has evolved from C and retains several features of C. However, there are several differences some of which are very prominent and others which often go unnoticed unless otherwise you get a compilation error. Below are three questions for your practice.
While in interviews you could be grilled on specific interview questions from languages like C, C++ and JAVA etc, you could also expect generic questions that are not specific to any particular language. Below are three sample questions for your practice.
Below are three sample placement questions from C storage classes. This is one of the most favourite areas when it comes to setting C questions. These are generally easy in nature.
1. In C, if register storage class is used for a variable, what would be the result ?
Given are three JAVA based interview questions for your practice.
Consider a class that has no access modifier specified. Now we can describe the same as.
a) default b) package private c) both a and b d) none
c) both a and b.
Dear Reader, though not always at times you could expect few questions from areas. By remembering important formulas, you can save a plenty of time in tackling these types of questions.
Consider a square of diagonal length d. Let Another square be formed with d as its side. Find the ratio of the area of the bigger square to that of the smaller square.