Jesse Silverman wrote:others disagree and say avoid re-taking the same questions too many times like the plague
Tim Holloway wrote:"0L" is an implementation-specific numeric value.
The integral types are byte , short , int , and long , whose values are 8-bit, 16-bit, 32-bit and 64-bit signed two's-complement integers, respectively, and char , whose values are 16-bit unsigned integers representing UTF-16 code units (§3.1).
The values of the integral types are integers in the following ranges:
Campbell Ritchie wrote:Aren't the actual questions selected “randomly” from a larger bank of questions? And are there any questions which are experimental and don't carry a mark at all?
Paul Anilprem wrote:. . . 13 topics and 50 questions. . . .
Campbell Ritchie wrote:No, but they come up in real life. Maybe the interviewers aren't familiar with those topics themselves. . . . I presume you tell your candidates they should be more interested in what they do in real life than what comes up in an exam (and an interview is a kind of viva voce exam).
Paul Anilprem wrote:
. . . Modules and Annotations . . . most annoying . . . because these topics don't get asked at all in tech interviews. . . .