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Try my mock exam according to the latest version of the real exam

 
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Hi Friends,
I have prepared a mock exam, worked on it for the past two days. I have posted it in my website at
http://www.eng.auburn.edu/~meghana/mock.html
Please go through them and take the test. Feel free to send your comments, criticisms, suggestions to me at natraj_m@hotmail.com
I plan to keep working on mock exams and keep posting them.
Expecting a lot of responses from you all.
thanks,
Natarajan
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People learn in a variety of ways. One of the ways is to follow someone elses thinking process. That's why having explaination's to the answers is SUCH a valuable thing.
In addition, some people (like me) have limited time. I would LIKE to scan through your exam an pick up a few tidbits, but I just don't want to take the time to compile and check each of your answers. Yes, that would be a good learning method, but not an option right now. So no explainations of answers on your exam makes it very frustrating for me.
[This message has been edited by Cindy Glass (edited February 26, 2001).]
 
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Thanks Cindy for your comments. I have the answers for my exam. I think you missed it. You have to browse back from the list of questions and click on answers. The thing it doesn't have now is the explanation for my answers. I will be working on it daily and updating my answers with explanations.

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Bless you!! I check back next week and try your exam some more.
 
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which of the following give compiler error
char c = '\u000a';
b. char c = '\u000b';
c. char c = '\u000c';
d. char c = '\u000d';
How do you calculate this . your site is good but it would be better if u give the reasonings for ur answers.
 
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got the answer from ine of the discussions.
 
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I am working on the explanation for answers and will post it in a week.

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