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    Re: C C++ Aptitude

    Actually aptitude test and C/C++ test are different things. Aptitude test usually consists of Analytical/Logical/Arithmatic type of questions - but few companies add few questions on C/C++ too.
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    Re: Structure Padding in C

    Not really sure what you are expecting as answer, but rather than the machine you run, it is the compiler that matters. Like if you are runnning a 16 bit compiler on on 32 bit machine, the size of...
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    SQL Re: Execute 3 Commit 1

    3 points.
    -> The Need

    Now, why would anyone want to do that? Execute 3 SQLs and then commit only one? Doesn't really make practical sense(If SQLs are designed right)

    -> Simple Solution

    Put...
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    Oracle Re: Cache table in Buffer Pool

    Well -getting entire table to RAM is not a wise Idea unless the tables is small and accessed too frequently just to read. If the table undergoes frequent updation, then the cache needs to be...
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    Re: Help me do decriptive programming

    There is something called as Descriptive programming which is quite widely used in testing - So, there is no question of a programming language...

    Our very own geek intervew link for that....
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    Unix/Linux Re: script to generate report

    Well- getting date is fairly simple : a simple `date` will get the date.
    getting previous day is tricky - but can be written (Think how you can get it, if you can't I will help ya :) I really wonder...
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    Re: I've backlogs in 1 Sem MCA

    Hi Dude,

    Well a backlog is nothing! There are just too many opportunities out there - all you need to do is clear all your backlogs before you appear for Campus interviews. That is all.

    Quit...
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    Re: I am thinking of learning DW

    A lot of organizations use Informatica - I think it is one of the most widely use DW tool. So, you can focus on this tool first- gain a bit of knowledge and then think about others.

    I believe if...
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    Unix/Linux Re: Linux Vs zLinux

    Well- as far as I know, zLinux is linux for mainframes and all those wierd junkies like it. So, you may not be able to use zLinux on your desktop.

    Java application might run on zLinux but it is...
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    Unix/Linux Re: Anyone can help me how to install Linux

    Well usually the Installations come in ISO packages these days. SO, you will not find an "Install.exe" right away.

    When you did recieve 6 CDs, all you had to do was put your computer on "Boot From...
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    Unix/Linux Re: About Ubuntu...

    HI Suresh,

    Long time since I came online here :)

    Well- I have used UBUNTU on dual boot on my desktop (never wanted to mess with my Laptop :D ) It works quite beautifully and it is definitely -...
  12. SQL Server - Re: how to take data in a one table from two different server ?

    debasisdas How exactly do you connect from one data server to another, read and store/join the data to the other server?

    raafay, where will this procedure(I assume you are talking about DB stored...
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    Re: I dont know how to start

    Well- I don't quite agree with you debasisdas.

    First of all if you think scoring has something to do with talent always, you can get rid of that thought. A very good friend of mine has Just 65.2 %...
  14. SQL Server - Re: How to avoid time consumption in case of cursor

    Well all these things depends on your design. Why would you need XML file to update few rows? Having an XMl isn't the wisest of ideas as reading from file takes quite a bit of time.

    If you do have...
  15. Re: How to Unzip the file when there is only Read Permission

    Simplest way is to copy it to a directory which is owned by you and then extract the files in that directory.

    Too simple, ain't it?

    cheers!
    Kalayama
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    Unix/Linux Re: hi pls suggest me

    Well- the standard way of do it is schedule it using CRON.

    Cheers!
    Kalayama
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    Re: socket programming

    hi Ariyar,
    Looks like you are new around here. In forums, usually the response won't be real time, so you need to be patient and wait for others to reply to your posts.

    You have asked the same...
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    Re: array of string operation

    There are many ways of doing it. Just running through the characters of the string inside a for/while loop will do the trick.

    Cheers!
    Kalayama
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    Re: Sheetal saying hello to alllllll

    Hi Sheethal. Nice to have you on board! I am sure you will have some fun sharing knowledge here.

    As Brijesh correctly pointed out, pick your forums right before you post anything. I will move this...
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    Re: New Member

    Hi Vishnu,

    Nice to have you here. Welcome aboard! But, first things first. Whenever you post something, post in the right forum. Why would one expect a HI from an user in SAP forum? To get better...
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    Re: When we should switch to Automation?

    Hmmm... Well phrased... But the last statement is contradictory!


    May be you meant we should automate when the manual testing is too tedious?

    -Kalayama
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    Re: about setDaemon....

    Suresh, check this JAVA link, it should be clear to you, if you still need an example I can write it for you (Need some time as I am bit held up now)
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    Re: wait,notify,notifyAll

    Anytime Suresh. As I said in another thread, whenever you have to thank someone, press the Thanks button there next to the post...

    :D
    Cheers!
    Kalayama
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    Re: which one is best volatile or Atomic?

    Hey Suresh! If you need to say Just "Thanks" press the button next to my post :D There is no poing in just posting "Thank You" anyway...

    Cheers!
    Kalayama
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    Re: about static methods calling....

    Yes. It is possible to call static method though objects. But it serves no purpose unless you modify some varibles that are owned by that object. But, if you do that, it will be poor design because...
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