The company expects at least 1 programming language, I'm aware of C but I'm not proficient. What kind of questions I can expect in technical round and which are the toughest programs in C that they may ask? Somebody please suggest me or send me some useful link. Thanx

asked 13 Jul '14, 15:46

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That question would be virtually impossible to answer without knowing what the company's needs are.

For information about programming, you might find some useful threads at http://www.linuxquestions.org/questions/programming-9/

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answered 16 Jul '14, 09:40

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Thax Andy for ur response. Actually the company expects me to prepare c & c++ for the technical written test n interview but I don't have so much time that I can read the whole c & c++ book. So is there anything in particular that I can prepare. Some link??

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answered 16 Jul '14, 09:56

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Basic logic, algorithms and data structures. For C/C++ make sure you know pointers and for C++ have a good grasp of the C++ Standard Library.

Is the company looking for a junior/entry level developer? Why not get a job in mechanical engineering?

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answered 16 Jul '14, 10:09

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