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Placement Paper Technical C 31 December 2010 by Talisma

Details of Placement Paper Technical C 31 December 2010 by Talisma conducted by Talisma for job interview.
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paper 1

section one

15 questions (data sufficiency)
a alone is sufficient
b alone is sufficient
a and b are both sufficient
a and b both are insufficient

section two

five questions (reading comprehence )
very easy

section three

15 questions (logical reasoning)
a pare is given and some hints are given u can fine out the ans

one hotel has two zones (east and west) not all east zone flats have ocean view but all weat zone flats have harbour view all ocean view flats has extra charge in harbour view flats above and on 3rd floor have extra charge west zone flats lower than 3rd floor some has kitchen so extra charge all other flats of east zone not having ocean view has kitchen so extra charges



section four

10 questions verbal reasoning four or five sentences are given related to single topic four options are given which are having order of three sentences(abe or bec) select correct order

sections five

five computational questions which were easy

* total 12 members half are in club a one third in b and one fourth in c how many are not in any club
ans 5(check)

these type of questions u can find in
R. S. Agrawal
or IMS package of CAT

in question it was written that all five sections carry their cutoffs so attempt all but in electrical one guy was selected who didnot attempt reading comprehension but attempted all 45 questions this paper also has negative marking of 50%

paper 2

1.what does p in
const char *p
stands for
p can be changed like this

2.main()
sturct date {
char name[20];
int age ;
float sal;
};
sturct data d ={"rajesh"};
printf("%d%f",d.age,d.sal);
}
tell the output

3.main()
int i=7;
printf("%d"i++*i++);
output

4.void main()
{
int d ;
int i=10;
d =sizeof(++i);
printf("%d");
output

5.difference between
extern int f();
int f();

6.choose correct
(i)stack is automatically cleared
(ii)heap is automatically cleared
(iii)user has to clear stack and heap
(iv)system takes care of ----------

7. What,ll be the output:
main()
{char *a,*f();
a=f();
printf("%s",a);
}
char *f()
{return("Hello World");

8.What,ll be the output:
main()
{char*a,*f();
a=char*malloc(20*sizeof(char));
a=f();
printf("%s",a);
}
char *f()
{char n[20];
strcpy(n,"Hello World");
return(n);
}
9.What is the error :
main()
{int j=10;
switch(j)
{ case 20:
pritnf("Less than 20");
break;
case 30:
printf("Less than 30");
break;
default:
printf("hello");
}

10.which is valid :
(i)char arr[10];
arr="hello";
(ii) char arr[]="hello";

11.
main()
{
char *str;
str=char*malloc(20*sizeof(char));
strcpy(str,"test");
strcat(str,,!,);
printf("%s",str);
}

12. How many times main is get called :
main()
{
printf("Jumboree");
main();
}
ans: till stack overflow.

13. Which statement is true about main :
(i) Varible no. of Arguments can be passed main.
(ii) Main can be called from main();
(iii) We can,t pass arguments are passed in main
(iv) main always returns an int

14. Output ?
main()
{
int i,j;
for(i=0,j=0;i