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Old June 7th, 2005, 06:55 PM
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Hello folks:
 I am going to appear for C++ Interview.
Does anyone know about the website having these questions and answers.
Please let me know.
waiting for your reply.
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hi

A good one

http://www.techinterviews.com/index.php?cat=2

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Any reasonably good interviewer will have extensive knowledge of programmming and will be able to tell immediately if you have just learned some questions and answers from the web or from a book.

If you have done any C++ programming at all, go over your own code and see what you have written and why. Take some examples of your work to the interwiew as well - that would be very impressive!. This is your own experience - let the interviewer know about this.

It would also help to just read through a basic textbook on C++. If you do not have much experience and you are trying to fool the interwiewer you will fail badly!!

I have interviewed hundreds of prospective programmers for both private and government employers and it is very easy to pick the frauds!!

Best bet is to be honest - if you dont know something, say so, but show that you are capable of learning.

Good Luck!!

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Hello,

Here are few more c++ interview questions..

http://www.geekinterview.com/

Good luck,
John

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"Professional C++" also has an appendix on interview questions. We tried to cover technical interview techniques in addition to specific questions and answers.

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Agreed 100% with what Alan-AB has mentioned.

For interview questions: www.ittopinetrviewquestions.com is a very good site.

~Milind
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The appendix in "Professional C++" is excellent as it covers far more than just the C++ langauge (as the whole book does, which is why it is such a good book).

If you are going for an interview as a programmer the panel will expect you to know about programming, systems analysis and design, data structures, file design, API's and many many more topics.

Actually the OP has probably had his interview by now and failed miserably.

To Klep: Thanks very much for writing the book. It is an excellent resource for the Professional programmer.

Alan.


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I do agree with Alan's words. Honesty is on the first place, technical level is next to it. I think I learn a lot from Alan. Looking forward to seeing much more good posts from Alan.

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Thanks a lot vigorous!! I have been programming for 44 years now and think it is the greatest - and I am still learning. Always be prepared to learn and learn - never think you know everything about programming.

Even if you knew any language completely and thoroughly you can always learn new techniques and ideas from other people - always learn.

Also always be ready to help others.

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quote:Originally posted by Alan-LB


To Klep: Thanks very much for writing the book. It is an excellent resource for the Professional programmer.
Thanks for the kind words, Alan! It really means a lot to myself and Nick.

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