Test Pattern: Two coding problems, 28 MCQs
Time: 1 hr 30 min
MCQs where solely based on the questions pertaining to input/output of a C program. A general pattern observed was that there would be a code snippet in the question and one would have to provide correct output/error of that particular program.
Coding problems included:
1. A program to find the number of trailing zeroes for the factorial of a given number.
2. A co-ordinate plane was given. On each point (x, y) there are x+y number of apples on it. A person is standing on (0, 0) and he wants to buy a square plot having N number of apples inside it (including the periphery). Question was to return the value of perimeter of that square plot given N.
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