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Test C Skill [Online Exam)

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Please try to this exam : http://idealbench.com

Jun 27 '08 #1
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Freshers Jobs said:
Please try to this exam : http://idealbench.com
If you would like the quality of the exam to be checked, please provide a
way to do this that doesn't involve giving you an email address. Thanks.

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Jun 27 '08 #2

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On Apr 22, 1:34 pm, Richard Heathfield <r...@see.sig.invalidwrote:
Freshers Jobs said:
Please try to this exam :http://idealbench.com

If you would like the quality of the exam to be checked, please provide a
way to do this that doesn't involve giving you an email address. Thanks.
There's no reason, C does not have "opertaors". (look link, no
registration needed)
I don't know why one would differentiate "Input/Output Functions in C"
and "File I/O Functions in C" either.
<http://idealbench.com/certification.php?MocTest=Certification&pid=15>
Jun 27 '08 #3

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hi,

The operator meaning is arthimatic and logical operators.
please donot take as a mistake
vipps...@gmail.com wrote:
On Apr 22, 1:34 pm, Richard Heathfield <r...@see.sig.invalidwrote:
Freshers Jobs said:
Please try to this exam :http://idealbench.com
If you would like the quality of the exam to be checked, please provide a
way to do this that doesn't involve giving you an email address. Thanks.
There's no reason, C does not have "opertaors". (look link, no
registration needed)
I don't know why one would differentiate "Input/Output Functions in C"
and "File I/O Functions in C" either.
<http://idealbench.com/certification.php?MocTest=Certification&pid=15>
Jun 27 '08 #4

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Freshers Jobs wrote:
vipps...@gmail.com wrote:
>On Apr 22, 1:34 pm, Richard Heathfield <r...@see.sig.invalidwrote:
>>Freshers Jobs said:

Please try to this exam :http://idealbench.com

If you would like the quality of the exam to be checked, please
provide a way to do this that doesn't involve giving you an email
address. Thanks.
There's no reason, C does not have "opertaors". (look link, no
registration needed)
hi,

The operator meaning is arthimatic and logical operators.
please donot take as a mistake
We know what operators are, but not what opertaors is supposed to mean.
Well, seems to be a typo, but an exam that want's to be taken seriously,
shouldn't have sich silly typos.
Guess that's what vippstar was trying to get accross to you.
>I don't know why one would differentiate "Input/Output Functions in
C" and "File I/O Functions in C" either.
<http://idealbench.com/certification.php?MocTest=Certification&pid=15>
Bye, Jojo
Jun 27 '08 #5

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"Richard Heathfield" <rj*@see.sig.invalidwrote in message
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Freshers Jobs said:
>Please try to this exam : http://idealbench.com

If you would like the quality of the exam to be checked, please provide a
way to do this that doesn't involve giving you an email address. Thanks.
An email address is nothing. Try and register and see how many personal
details you have to give (opening a bank account would be easier).

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Bart
Jun 27 '08 #6

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On Apr 22, 5:26 am, Freshers Jobs <chandraseka...@gmail.comwrote:
Please try to this exam :http://idealbench.com
Good God. Unintelligible questions (seriously, someone needs to
revisit the one about the "loping looping constructs"), bad practice
in sample code, some questions with no right answers.

If you're going to present a test in English, please take the effort
to make sure it is grammatically correct English, with correct
spelling. It's not entirely clear what some os the questions are
asking. One question (I think it's #6) asks about "conversions" but
means "conversion specifier %s".

This isn't a very deep test; no questions about arrays, unary
conversions, precedence, prototypes, hardly anything about pointers or
the standard library. Just lots of picky little "What will prints
[sic]" questions.
Jun 27 '08 #7

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