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> I am new to Java field and looking for opportunities in Java.
I find it very hard to believe you are not the same
spammer that has been posting the URL to that idiot
site across many Java groups.
> I found this website ..
If you really are a 'regular user' who knows how to use
searches, try searching these groups for posts relating
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> J2EE Interview questions and answers
> I have listed over 340 J2EE interview questions and answers
> in my website
> So please have a look and make use of it.
Yeah, there's only about a trillion adverts on each page.
And the Questions and Answers are pretty poor too:
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> I found ...
...a plethora of multi-posting spammers today?
Perhaps you can help by not doing it, yourself.
My question for you is, under just how many
indentities do you intend to *repost* your
...and as an aside, starting the post with the
quite misleading 'I found..' is tantamount to
a lie, ..when you put it there in the first place.
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some interview questions. Hi,
These were some of the interview questions asked,can someone discuss
whats the solution.
1.I have a singly linked list and i have to print the 5th element from
the last.I have to print it in a single pass of the linked list.How do
i print that?
2.If i have a structure, whose elements are an integer,a character and
a character pointer.What will be the size of the structure.Suppose on
the specified platform the alignment is on 4 byte boundaries. where
does the alignment come into picture and why ? How is padding related
to alignment for structures.
3.Suppose i have a
int **ptr ;
Interview questions Hi there,
Can anyone explain what's the difference between:
const * char
* const char
const * const char
"james" <email@example.com> wrote...
> Can anyone explain what's the difference between:
> const * char
> * const char
> const * const char
All are syntax errors. The difference is in typing.
Real C++ declarations could be
char const * p1; // a pointer to a constant char
const char * p2; // the same as above
char * const p3; // a constant pointer to a char
char const * const p4; // a constant pointer to a constant char.
Question about interviews When interviewers ask about being "team-oriented" is this a trick question?
As if any interviewee would not give the programmed "I am a team player"
On Thu, 11 Sep 2003 05:47:36 GMT, Mason Verger said:
> When interviewers ask about being "team-oriented" is this a trick question?
> As if any interviewee would not give the programmed "I am a team player"
If you're just giving the programmed answer, then you're on a loser.
Being a team player should basically be obvious. If they're asking you
the question, it's...