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Gblog Must Do Coding Questions for Product Based Companies
As the placement season is back, GeeksforGeeks is here to help you crack the interview. We have selected some most commonly asked and MUST DO… Read More
Which of the following requirement specifications can be validated?<br> (S1)  If the system fails during any operation, there should not be any loss of data<br>… Read More
After selling 33 meters of a cloth, a shopkeeper makes a gain equal to the selling price of 11 meters of the cloth. What is… Read More
A software engineer is required to implement two sets of algorithms for a single set of matrix operations in an object oriented programming language; the… Read More
A software project plan has identified ten tasks with each having dependencies as given in the following table: Task        Depends On T1… Read More
Which of the following are NOT considered when computing function points for a software project? (O1) External inputs and outputs (O2) Programming language to be… Read More
Match the following flag bits used in the context of virtual memory management on the left side with the different purposes on the right side… Read More
If the time-slice used in the round-robin scheduling policy is more than the maximum time required to execute any process, then the policy will (A)… Read More
An operating system implements a policy that requires a process to release all resources before making a request for another resource. Select the TRUE statement… Read More
The following is a code with two threads, producer and consumer, that can run in parallel. Further, S and Q are binary semaphores equipped with… Read More
A shopkeeper sells an article at the price of Rs 1140 and incurs a loss of 5% on it. For him to gain a profit… Read More
C program is given below: # include <stdio.h> int main () {         int i, j;         char a [2] [3] = {{'a', 'b', 'c'}, {'d', 'e',… Read More
Consider the C program given below. What does it print? #include <stdio.h> int main () {         int i, j;         int a [8] = {1, 2,… Read More
A bookseller gains a profit of 10% after selling a book at the price of Rs 27.50. If it is sold at the price of… Read More
Sam purchases a book at Rs 490 and sells it at Rs 465.50. What is the percentage of his loss? (A) 6% (B) 10% (C)… Read More
6:7 is the ratio of Michael’s and Rosan‘s ages one year back. The ratio will become 7:8 in four years. Calculate the present age of… Read More