ISBN 9788183332934,Interview Questions in C Programming

Interview Questions in C Programming



BPB Publications

Publication Year 2008

ISBN 9788183332934

ISBN-10 8183332935


Number of Pages 510 Pages
Language (English)

Educational: English language: readers & reading schemes

nterview Questions In C Programming is a valuable resource guide for students, containing questions which cover the entire scope of the C language and programming.

Summary Of The Book

This text is ideal for students who are required to write the IT entrance tests. These exams consist of a series of written tests, which are technical in nature. A student’s fundamental skills in three major areas will be checked. These include Computer C Programming, C++ Programming, and Data Structures. By reviewing the content in Interview Questions In C Programming, students will be able to prepare thoroughly to achieve outstanding results.

In this text, Kanetkar and Dani, have included a wide array of questions covering topics that can be found in C Programming, C++ Programming, and Data Structures. Students can expect to find a coverage of topics such as Data Types, Pointers, Storage Classes, Structures, Pointer Concepts, Strings, Operators, Pointers Advanced, Arrays, Control Instructions, Functions and Unions.

This text was published by BPB in 2008.

About The Authors

Yashavant Kanetkar is an author, entrepreneur and a leader of education in the IT sector. Apart from this book, he has written over 10 other books on the C programming language, including Test Your C Skills and Graphics Under C. Kanetkar is currently involved in developing interactive training content for KSET and KICIT Pvt. Ltd.. He was awarded the title of “Most Valuable Professional” by Microsoft for his contributions to the IT field.

Asang Dani is an author and product developer, who has been in the IT industry for over fifteen years. He has authored over twelve books, including Go Embedded and Circuits & Networks: GTU. Dani is currently involved in product development for reputable companies such as Microsoft and Dow Jones. Due to his immense contribution to Windows CE, Microsoft awarded him with the title of “Most Valuable Professional