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I want some interview question on core java...
 
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it is amazing what you can find if you google for it. or even search on our own forums.
 
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Ritesh raushan wrote:I want some interview question on core java...


Q1. Tell me all you know about core java or even java fundamentals.
 
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There are some questions very popular and repeatedly asked. Google for "java interview questions" or "Java interview questions and answers" and you will find it
 
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Also, do look for questions according to your experience level, as the depth of questions may vary according to your exp.
 
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rohit chavan wrote:Also, do look for questions according to your experience level, as the depth of questions may vary according to your exp.



I think it is more to do with the depth of your answers will vary depending on your experience, especially the open ended interview questions . More experienced candidates can draw on their experience using the SAR technique, whereas less experienced candidates need to draw on their theoretical knowledge.
 
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