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College School Exams Tests OOPS Interview Questions
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what is the main difference between c and c++?

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What is Agile methodology?

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what is difference b/w object based and object oriented programming language?

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What is virtual destructor? Why?

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write a c++ code to overload + and - for a stack class such that + provides push and - provides pop operation

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what is the use of power transformer in GSS.

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control panel design guidelines

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Explain Random and Deterministic signals?

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WHAT GOAL DO YOU HAVE IN YOUR CARRIER?

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PLEASE TELL ME ABOUT QUESTION PAPER OF UPCL ENTERENCE EXAM.

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  • i have this code.now on server side i want to compare this id(Accommodation) value and want id i.e.Accommodation.visible=true;

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    WHAT IS YOUR EXPECTED SALARY?

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    6. When Abis link is down, name the alarm that is generated at BSC

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    What is the percentage i get to work in MICROSOFT

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    create a job that splits the data in the Jobs.txt file into four output files. You will direct the data to the different output files using constraints. • Job name: JobLevels • Source file: Jobs.txt • Target file 1: LowLevelJobs.txt − min_lvl between 0 and 25 inclusive. − Same column types and headings as Jobs.txt. − Include column names in the first line of the output file. − Job description column should be preceded by the string “Job Title:” and embedded within square brackets. For example, if the job description is “Designer”, the derived value is: “Job Title: [Designer]”. • Target file 2: MidLevelJobs.txt − min_lvl between 26 and 100 inclusive. − Same format and derivations as Target file 1. • Target file 3: HighLevelJobs.txt − min_lvl between 101 and 500 inclusive. − Same format and derivations as Target file 1. • Rejects file: JobRejects.txt − min_lvl is out of range, i.e., below 0 or above 500. − This file has only two columns: job_id and reject_desc. − reject_desc is a variable-length text field, maximum length 100. It should contain a string of the form: “Level out of range: ”, where is the value in the min_lvl field. My Question is how do you write the stage variable for reject rows.

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    which the best institute in india to get trained on telecom protocol testing? am a b.tech e.c.e fresher

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    If you are current on the owner of a set, what is the difference between an obtain next and obtain first? Actually in which topic will we use dis???Plz explain it clearly

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    Where the datapool values are stored?

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    i am working in construction company.we have more then one projects.i enter attendance in payroll projectwise.i want salaries in projectwise not overall in payroll autofill. thankyou sir

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    what is the water cement ratio? how to calculate it? list the wt. of constructions materials including concrete both ordinary and light wt. concrete

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