Interview Questions


1.differecne b/w c and c++.
2.polymorphism, decalring functions in structures,virtual base class.
3. if it is HTML then quetion will be draw a bar graph without using IMG tag.
thats all

Interview tips :
-they have a lot of ques. on os
-unix versions,virtual memory,processes and threads,
-not asking dbms
-some ques. on data structures
-prepare ur project report properly
-for some full hr no technical
-they will respond strangely on your answers so don't deviate be confident on your answer.

SECTION 1 is main factor selection to the interview

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In the interveiw you should be very active .And should be frank to say

no also.One CS student said that he don't know NETWORK and he hasn't

taken NETWORKS subject.But he has selected.

The paper consists os three sections.

1. aptitude 15 questions 20 min.

2. system concepts 20 questions 20 min.

3. 'c' 15 questions 20 min.

NOTE:::::

I'm sendin the questions, somany have no answers. U do check the

answers for all the given questions also.

All questions are MULTIPLE CHOICES ONLY.

U do try to cover the related topics to get some understanding.

In interview They are asking C C++ Operating system concepts

and Networks.

They will ask about Ur interesting subjects, U try to have good

grip on those intresting subjects.

They selected 11 out of 55 students.

They asked about c c++ project work and OS,NETWORKS.

But they selected only 2 , one from CS and another is BTech ECE.

 
     * Contents
     * 1. About this FAQ
          + 1.1 Where can I find the latest version of the FAQ ?
     * 2. Objective-C Compiler Commands
          + 2.1 What's the file suffix for Objective-C source ?
          + 2.2 How do I compile .m files with the Stepstone compiler ?
          + 2.3 How do I compile .m files with the Apple compiler ?
          + 2.4 How do I compile .m files with the GNU C compiler ?
          + 2.5 How do I compile .m files with the POC ?
     * 3. Objective-C preprocessor issues
          + 3.1 What's the syntax for comments ?
          + 3.2 How do I include the root class ?
          + 3.3 What is #import ?
          + 3.4 Why am I lectured about using #import ?
     * 4. Object datatype (id)
          + 4.1 What is id ?
          + 4.2 What is the difference between self and super ?
          + 4.3 What is @defs() ?
     * 5. Message selectors (SEL)
          + 5.1 What is a SEL ?
          + 5.2 What is perform: doing ?
          + 5.3 How do I know the SEL of a given method ?
     * 6. Implementation pointers (IMP)
          + 6.1 What is an IMP ?
          + 6.2 How do I get an IMP given a SEL ?
          + 6.3 How do I send a message given an IMP ?
          + 6.4 How can I use IMP for methods returning double ?
          + 6.5 Can I use perform: for a message returning double ?
     * 7. Copying objects
          + 7.1 What's the difference between copy and deepCopy ?
     * 8. Objective-C and C++

+ 8.1 How can I link a C++ library into an Objective-C

program
            ?
     * 9. Messages
          + 9.1 How do I make a static method ?
          + 9.2 How do I prevent an object from sending a given message ?
          + 9.3 Do I have to recompile everything if I change the
            implementation of a method ?
     * 10. Instance and Class Variables
          + 10.1 Do I have to recompile everything if I change instance
            variables of a class ?
     * 11. Objective-C and X-Windows
          + 11.1 How do I include X Intrinsics headers into an
            Objective-C file ?
     * 12. Stepstone Specific Questions
          + 12.1 How do I allocate an object on the stack ?
     * 13. GNU Objective-C Specific Questions
          + 13.1 Why do I get a 'floating point exception' ?
     * 14. Apple Objective-C Specific Questions
          + 14.1 What's the class of a constant string ?
          + 14.2 How can I link a C++ library into an Objective-C program
            ?
     * 15. Portable Object Compiler Objective-C Specific Questions
          + 15.1 What's the syntax for class variables ?
          + 15.2 How do I forward messages ?
          + 15.3 How can I link a C++ library into an Objective-C program
            ?
     * 16. Books and further reading
          + 16.1 Object-Oriented Programming : An Evolutionary Approach,
            2nd Ed.
          + 16.2 An Introduction To Object-Oriented Programming, 2nd Ed.
          + 16.3 Objective-C : Object-Oriented Programming Techniques
          + 16.4 Applications of Object-Oriented Programming; C++
            SmallTalk Actor Objective-C Object PASCAL

Dear friend,

In the paper I am sending,there r about 40 vocabulary

questions.But

this year's paper has only 20 of them.Time 5 min.Marks

10.Do only

15 or 16 bits correctly.

Quantitative aptitude:I am sending 15 questions.In

the latest paper we got,

there r only 10 of them r present.Time 10 min.Marks

20.Do all the

problems correctly.

Reasoning:All answers r given.Remember them.In the

exam, u willnot be

having time to read the passages.So remember the

answers.

I dont remember twohe passages (R and Q).U can read

these passages

in the exam and answer them.Remember: don't answer

all questions.Write

7 or 8 incorrect answers.Time 45 min.Total 70

questions and Marks 70.

Your ultimate aim is to get 75 to 85 marks.Because

if u get high marks,

they may assune that u know the paper beforehand and

u may be disqualified.

So don't get morethan 90 marks.

> >

> > Vocabulary

> > ----------

> >

Admonish-usurp,meager-scant,alienate-estrange,merry-gay,brim-boarder,obstinate-stubbourn

> >

solicit-urge,subside-wane,furtive-stealthy,misery-distress,volume-quantity,

> >

veer-diverge,stiffle-snithy,adhesive-sticky,hamper-obstruct,belief-co

> >

nviction,lament-wail,incentive-spur,innert-passive,baffle-frustrate,confiscate-appropriate,c

> > our technological advances in the field of

communications seem not to have

> > improved our capacity to understand one another

> > 17.in confucius daay people were more intelligent

C

> > 18.we understand each otheer better now than in

confucius time because

> > we can travel more quickly. F

> > 19.we have made great improvements in transport

since confucius day T

> > 20.none of our scientific discoveries has really

improved our lives C

> >

> > F.words in totalitarian systems have an unhealthy

importance and in such

> > states now attempting to return to a more

democratic normality there has

> > been a natural inevitable and healthy devaluation

of words whereas

> > previouslu a single word used in a sppech or even a

play or poem could be

> > a serious political event now the words come

cheaper almost free.

> > politics is politics again and poetry only poetry

> > 21.totalitarian state devalue words T

> > 22.only non-totalitarian regimes produce poetry of

political importance

> > T

> > 23.writers under totalitarian regimes have to

choose their words care

> > fully T

> > 24. the democratic political system is healthier

than others C

>

>

> G.statistics show that millions of vehicals have

beencarried by shuttle

> over the past 30 years through alpine tunnels

withouty one ever catching

> tire.in the alpine tunnels.drivers and passengers sit

in theirvhehicals on

> the shuttle trains.only one vehical has evercaught

fire on the bussy

> french motorail equivalent system.this sort of

accidents is not possible

> in a closed shuttle. assertinos that a vehical fire

will lead to

> catastophe have no basis. since the resoures exit do

detect,control and

> extingush a fire and to remove any persons present

safely to an adjoning

> wagon, leaving any surviving fire facing rapid

extinction within a wagan

> built to contain fire for 30 minutes. catastrophe

seems very unlikely.

>

> 25. if a car cauget fire in a rail shuttle, probably

none would be killed.

>

> (T)

> 26.at least one vehical has cauht fire in an alpine

tunnel.(f)

> 27.if a fire started in a wagon, it would be allowed

to burn itself out in

> 30 minutes.(f)

> 28.if would theoreticaly be possible for a car to

cath fire in aclosed

> shuttle system.(F)

>

> H)every form of art is protected by copy write,upon

the expiration

>

> of whitch the property passes into the public domain

and becomes freely

> available to any one wishing to exploit it

commercialy. the time has come

> when all treasures shoud pass to the controled of a

trust,and by this made

> readily available to anyone on pament of a fee or

royality.the income

> fromthe works of tagore would alone be enarmous.these

who now main

> financialbenifit from his genius should make some

contribution to the

> welfare of the arts in general.

> 29.tagore's plays are not protected by copyright. F

> 30.tagore's decendants should be asked to make some

contribution to the

> arts C

> 31.instead of buying a ticket , theatregoers should

pay a fee to trust for

> the benefit of the arts. C

> 32. More people could go to the theatre if copy

rightwere abolished C

> I. Hacking is a crime made possible by a relatively

new technology,

> which one of the reasons it is often poorly

understood and reported.

> Many computers, but no means all,are now linked

togetherin networks which

> allow users on one computer to communicate with

others on the same

> network.If a computer is not networked,no

manipulation of its datafrom

> another machine is possible.So long as users are

authorised, networking

> is just a way of making work easier and more

productive.Hacking on the

> other hand,is the unauthorised use of networks or

unauthorised entty

> into the computers themselves.Most people do not need

to break into the

> networks they use,since they are already accredited

users.

> 33. Most hackers are authorised to break into

networks F

> 34. Computers are only vulerable to the unauthorised

manipulatirised

ThinkSoft Paper Pattern

Part A -> Replace the underlined word in the given sentence with the options given below without changing the meaning of the Word. 5 questions in this section.

Part B -> There will be a sentence which will have 4 underlined words you have to find which word is wrong - 5 questions.

Part C -> Antonyms - 5 questions

Part D -> Synonyms – 5 questions.

Part E -> Logical Reasoning – 5 Questions

Part F -> Reading Comprehension – 5 questions

Part G -> Numerical Aptitude – 25 questions

Part H -> Data interpretation – 5 questions.

Paper contains about 60 questions for 1 hr

Part A : English test about 15-20 questions each carries 1 mark

Part B : quantitative test

Part C : Logical Reasoning

& some more.

Some questions:

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