Recently, we had Citrix written test in our campus. There was a 1 hr aptitude test & 1 hour coding round. The aptitude test had simple questions on c/cpp, Networking, OS etc. and some general quant aptitude questions.
The coding round had 2 questions to be done in 1 hour.
Q1: A matrix of 1s & 0s are given, you have to find no of groups of adjacent 1s. Adjacency was based on 8-connectedness. (Finding no of components in an undirected graph)
Q2: A number is given and you had to translate it to string form (Indian system – lakhs, crores etc. not millions, billions etc .) The word “and” had to be added at the appropriate place (after 100s place if there was a digit in 10s or 1s place)
101 => one hundred and one
2311 => two thousand three hundred and eleven
900020 => nine lakh and twenty
35 => thirty five
3 => three
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