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Foxpro, Unix, C&C++

 
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Dear All,
Hey,
I was called for an interview today. I had clearly mentioned that I am applying for the post of java programmer. Still I was asked to do a written test comprising of questions just on foxpro, unix, C&C++. I answered those only on unix.
Is this normal that you are asked to answer questions on topics which you are not applying as a programmer, or for that matter, you did not even mention in your resume.
Please guide me.
Bye,
Tualha Khan
 
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