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    hey: jikki jikki, what you making this, this is not for you testing grounds, u have to get any typing software to get ur hands into that

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    Check out the following C++ interview questions


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    Hey, there are many C++ Interview questions available here.
    Freshers Technical and Non-Technical Interview Questions - Part 2

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    Talking c++

    Some good C++ questions to ask a job applicant.

    1. How do you decide which integer type to use?
    2. What should the 64-bit integer type on new, 64-bit machines be?
    3. What’s the best way to declare and define global variables?
    4. What does extern mean in a function declaration?
    5. What’s the auto keyword good for?
    6. I can’t seem to define a linked list node which contains a pointer to itself.
    7. How do I declare an array of N pointers to functions returning pointers to functions returning pointers to characters?
    8. How can I declare a function that returns a pointer to a function of its own type?
    9. My compiler is complaining about an invalid redeclaration of a function, but I only define it once and call it once. What’s happening?
    10. What can I safely assume about the initial values of variables which are not explicitly initialized?
    11. Why can’t I initialize a local array with a string?
    12. What is the difference between char a[] = “string”; and char *p = “string”; ?
    13. How do I initialize a pointer to a function?

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    Thumbs up c++ que

    All the Best

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