Synopsys Interview Experience | Set 7 (4+ experienced)
- Stack frame how does it look it.
- How does printf work?
- Friend function
- Single class deletion operation.
- storage class in c++ i.e. local global static
- Process stack uninitialized data segment heap and stack
- Operator overloading for multiplication.
- Virtual function definition.
- Function pointer and how function pointer for class member function.
- Funcion overloading and name mangling concept.
- Linked list delete a node by index implementation.
- College project with hit-a-hint feature how do you append link number to images.
- How does energy gets calculated of design?
- strcat function implementation
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- Find longest path in dag.
- how do we store graph.
- how do we check for valid input that means no cycle in given graph.
- How to reuse thread
- Conditional variable for threads
- Virtual memory concept.
- Cache concept.
- 50 over match calculate the maximum score of batsman. (49 * 31 + 36) can be improved if run in last ball of every over are odd and > 1.
- Divide a number by 8 without using division operator
- Divide square in 7 parts. Divide horizontally.
- 20 heads and 80 tail you are blind divide equal heads between two people, you can flip coin.
- Detect cycle in linked list.
- Check for odd number using bitwise operator n&1
- Check multiple of 4 using bitwise &0x4
- Check and set nth bit n & 1<<n
- Little endian and big endian
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