### deshaw 99

> Deshaw99(WILCO99)
>
>
> THERE ARE THREE SECTIONS:
>
> SECTION A: APPITUDE TEST 20 BITS
> SECTION B: C BITS 20 BITS
> SECTION C: 1 QUESTION (NOT A BIT)
> IT IS LONG ANSWER
> THE QUESTION IS:FIND THE NEXT PERMUTATION IN
> LEXICOGRAPHIC
> ORDER FROM THE GIVEN PERMUTATION
>
> NOTE: MAXIMUM QUESTIONS ARE FROM OLD QUESTION PAPERS
> SECTION A:
>
> 1. THERE WERE 750 PEOPLE WHEN THE FIRST SONG WAS
> SUNG. AFTER EACH
> SONG 50 PEOPLE ARE LEAVING THE HALL. HOWMANY SONGS
> ARE SUNG TO MAKE
> THEM ZERO?
>
> ANS:16
>
> SECTION B:
>
> 1. typedef struct{
> char *;
> nodeptr next;
> } * nodeptr;
> what does nodeptr stand for?
>
>
> 2. 2 oranges,3 bananas and 4 apples cost Rs.15 . 3
> ornages 2 bananas
> 1 apple costs Rs 10. what is the cost of 3 oranges,
> 3 bananas and
> 3 apples ANs Rs 15.
>
>
> 3. int *x[](); means
> expl: Elments of an array can't be functions.
>
> 4. struct list{
> int x;
> struct list *next;
> the struct head.x =100
> above is correct / wrong
>
>
> expl: Before using the ptr type struct variable we
> have to give memory
> to that .
> And also when ever the struct variable is ptr then
> we access the
> members
> by "->" operator.
>
>
>
>
> 5.o/p=?
> int i;
> i=1;
> i=i+2*i++;
> printf(%d,i);
> ans: 4
>
> 6. FILE *fp1,*fp2;
> fp1=fopen("one","w")
> fp2=fopen("one","w")
> fputc('A',fp1)
> fputc('B',fp2)
> fclose(fp1)
> fclose(fp2)}
> a.error b. c. d.
> ans: no error. But It will
> over writes on same
> file.
>
>
> 7.#include
> char *f()
> {char *s=malloc(8);
> strcpy(s,"goodbye")}
> main()
> {
> char *f();
> printf("%c",*f()='A');
> o/p=?
>
>
> 8) #define MAN(x,y) (x)>(y)?(x):(y)
> { int i=10;j=5;k=0;
> k= MAX(i++,++j)
> printf(%d %d %d %d,i,j,k)}
> 9) a=10;b=5; c=3;d=3;
> if(a> printf(%d %d %d %d a,b,c,d)
> else printf("%d %d %d %d a,b,c,d);
>
> : .............................................
> 10. what is o/p
> #include
> show(int t,va_list ptr1)
> {
> int a,x,i;
> a=va_arg(ptr1,int)
> printf("\n %d",a)
> }
> display(char)
> {int x;
> listptr;
> va_star(otr,s);
> n=va_arg(ptr,int);
> show(x,ptr);
> }
> main()
> {
> display("hello",4,12,13,14,44);
> }
> a) 13 b) 12 c) 44 d) 14
> .............................................
>
>
> 11.main()
> {
> printf("hello");
> fork();
> }
>
>
> 12.main()
> {
> int i = 10;
> printf(" %d %d %d \n", ++i, i++, ++i);
> }
>
>
> 13.#include
> main()
> {
> int *p, *c, i;
> i = 5;
> p = (int*) (malloc(sizeof(i)));
> printf("\n%d",*p);
> *p = 10;
> printf("\n%d %d",i,*p);
> c = (int*) calloc(2);
> printf("\n%d\n",*c);
> }
>
> 14.#define MAX(x,y) (x) >(y)?(x):(y)
> main()
> {
> int i=10,j=5,k=0;
> k= MAX(i++,++j);
> printf("%d..%d..%d",i,j,k);
> }
>
> 15.#include
> main()
> {
> enum _tag{ left=10, right, front=100, back};
> printf("left is %d, right is %d, front is
> %d, back is
> %d",left,right,front,back);
> }
>
> 16.main()
> {
> int a=10,b=20;
> a>=5?b=100:b=200;
> printf("%d\n",b);
> }
>
>
>
>
> 17.#define PRINT(int) printf("int = %d ",int)
> main()
> {
> int x,y,z;
> x=03;y=02;z=01;
> PRINT(x^x);
> z<<=3;PRINT(x);
> y>>=3;PRINT(y);
> }