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Tell Me Something About Yourself - Interview Answers.

Try to introduce some of your most important employment-oriented skills as well as your education and accomplishments to the interviewer. Answer to this question is very important because it positions you for the rest of the interview. That's why this statement is often called the " Positioning Statement".

One should take the opportunity to show his/her communication skills by speaking clearly and concisely in an organized manner. Since there is no right or wrong answer for this question hence it is important to appear friendly.



YOUR ANSWERS CAN BE:

1) I am a person with strong interpersonal skills and have the ability to get along well with people. I enjoy challenges and looking for creative solutions to problems.

2) Besides the details given in my resume, I believe in character values, vision and action. I am quick in learning from mistakes. I am confident that the various tests that you have conducted will corroborate my competencies aptitude and right attitude for th…

Sample C Program To Implement 8 Queens Problem Using Arrays, Pointers & Functions.

ALGORITHM:

STEP 1: Define the functions that are to be used.
STEP 2: Assign a constant value of 8 to QUEENNO.
STEP 3: Call the function placequeen(0, x).
STEP 4: Print the message “End”.
STEP 5: Stop the program.


FUNCTION VOID PLACEQUEEN(int k, int *x)

STEP 1: Declare local variables
STEP 2: Set a for loop for i.
for(i = 0; i < 8; i++)
STEP 3: Check for result of function canbeplaced(k, I, x).
STEP 4: If it is 1 then assign the value of i to x[k].
x[k] = i;
STEP 5: Check if k is equal to 7 if show call the function showboard(x).

STEP 6: Read the value of ch from the user.
STEP 7: If the value is equal to n or N then exit.
STEP 8: Check whether k is less than 7 if so then call the function placequeen(k + 1, x).


FUNCTION INT CANBEPLACED(int k, int i, int *x)

STEP 1: Declare the local variables.
STEP 2: Set a for loop for j.
for(j = 0; j < k; j++)
STEP 3: Check for the following condition
if( (abs(j - k) == abs(x[j] - i) || (x[j] == i) ) )
STEP 4: If its true return 0 else return 1.

FUNCTION VOID SHOW…

Sample C Program To Implement Quick Sort Using Pointers, Functions & Arrays.

ALGORITHM:

STEP 1: Start the program.
STEP 2: Assign the pointer array *a[100] as global, Read the value of n.
STEP 3: Set a for loop to read the elements of array.
for(i = 0; i < n; i++)
STEP 4: Call the function sort(0, n - 1).
STEP 5: Print the sorted array a.
STEP 6: Stop the program


FUNCTION SORT (int first, int last)

STEP 1: Declare the local variable.
STEP 2: Check if first is less than last.
first < last


STEP 3: If so then assign the following
pivot = a[first]
i = first
j = last


STEP 4: Assign a while loop till the condition.
I < j

STEP 5: Assign a while loop to increment i till
a[i] < pivot and i < last

STEP 6: Assign a while loop to decrement j till
a[j] > pivot and j > first


STEP 7: Check whether i is than j if so then swap the values of a[i] and a[j]
temp = a[i]
a[j] = a[j]
a[j] = temp


STEP 8: Then swap the values of a[j] and a[first].
temp = a[j]
a[j] = a[first]
a[first] =temp

STEP 9: Call another functions sort(first, j - 1) and sort(j + 1, last)


SAMPLE PROGRAM:


#in…

Sample C Program To Implement Binary Search Without Using Recursive Function.

ALGORITHM:

STEP 1: Start the program.
STEP 2: Read the value of n.
STEP 3: Set a for loop to read the elements of array.
for(i = 0; i < n; i++)
STEP 4: Set a for loop.
for(i = 0; i < n; i++)
STEP 5: Nest another for loop.
for(j = i + 1; j < n; j++)

STEP 6: Check the condition a[i] > a[j]
STEP 7: If so swap the two values using temporary variable t as
t = a[i]
a[i] = a[j]
a[j] = t
STEP 8: Else go back to step 6.
STEP 9: Set a for loop to print the value of array a.
for(i = 0; i < n; i++)
STEP 10: Read the search key as k.

STEP 11: Assign low = 0 and high = n – 1.
STEP 12: Call the function binsearch(a, k, low, high)
STEP 13: Check if ans is not equal to 1, if so print the position b + i. else print that element is not found.
STEP 14: Stop the program.


FUNCTION BINARY SEARCH (int *a[ ], int x, int low, int high)

STEP 1: Check if low > high if so return -1.
STEP 2: Else assign mean value of low and high to mid.
mid = ( high + low ) / 2.
STEP 3: Assign the value of a[mid] to p
p = a[mid]
S…

Sample C Program To Implement Binary Search Using Recursive Function.

ALGORITHM:

STEP 1: Start the program.
STEP 2: Read the value of n.
STEP 3: Set a for loop to read the elements of array.
for(i = 0; i < n; i++)
STEP 4: Set a for loop.
for(i = 0; i < n; i++)
STEP 5: Nest another for loop.
for(j = i + 1; j < n; j++)

STEP 6: Check the condition a[i] > a[j].
STEP 7: If so swap the two values using temporary variable t as
t = a[i]
a[i] = a[j]
a[j] = t
STEP 8: Else go back to step 6.
STEP 9: Set a for loop to print the value of array a.
for(i = 0; i < n; i++)
STEP 10: Read the search key as k.

STEP 11: Assign low = 0 and high = n – 1.
STEP 12: Call the function binsearch(a, k, low, high)
STEP 13: Check if ans is not equal to 1, if so print the position b + i. Else print that element is not found.
STEP 14: Stop the program.


FUNCTION BINARY SEARCH (int *x[ ], int x, int low, int high)

STEP 1: Set a while loop till low is greater than high.
STEP 2: Assign mean value of low and high to mid.
mid = (high + low) / 2
STEP 3: Assign the value of x[mid] to p.
p = x[mid…

Sample C Program To Implement Merge Sort Using Divide & Conquer Strategy.

ALGORITHM:

STEP 1: Start the program.
STEP 2: Read the value of n.
STEP 3: Set a for loop to read the elements of array.
for (i = 0; i < n; i++)
STEP 4: Call the function split ( a, 0, n – 1 )
STEP 5: Print the sorted array a.
STEP 6: Stop the program.


FUNCTION MERGE_SORT (int *a, int low, int high)

STEP 1: Declare the local variable.
STEP 2: If low is less than high then assign the mean value of low and high to mid.
mid = ( low + high ) / 2
STEP 3: Call the function merge_sort ( a, low, mid ).
STEP 4: Call the another function merge_sort ( a, mid + 1, high ).
STEP 5: Call the function combine ( a, low, mid, high ).


FUNCTION SPLIT(int *c, int first, int last)

STEP 1: Declare the local variables.
STEP 2: Set the while loop till the condition i <= mid && j <= high is failed.
STEP 3: Check whether a[i] < a[j]
STEP 4: If so the assign the value of a[j] to temp[k] and increment j and k
temp[k] = a[i]
j++
k++
STEP 5: Else assign a[j] to temp[k] and then increment j and k
temp[k]=a[j]

Sample C Program To Implement Selection Sort Using Pointers, Arrays & Functions.

ALGORITHM:

STEP 1: Start the program.
STEP 2: Read the value of n.
STEP 3: Set a for loop to read the elements of array
for( i = 0; i < n; i++ )
STEP 4: Call the function sel (a, 0, n – 1 )
STEP 5: Print the sorted array a.
STEP 6: Stop the program.


FUNCTION SEL (int *x, int start, int stop )

STEP 1: Declare the local variable.
STEP 2: Assign begin = start and small = begin and check if
start < stop.
STEP 3: If so then set a for loop
for(i = begin + 1 ; i <= stop; i++ )
STEP 4: Check the condition
x[i] < x[small]
STEP 6: If so then assign the value of i to small
small = i
STEP 7: Then swap the values of x[begin] and x[small] using temp
temp = x[begin]
x[begin] = x[small]
x[small] = temp
STEP 8: Call another function sel ( x, start + 1, stop )


SAMPLE PROGRAM:


#include<stdio.h>
#include<conio.h>

void sel(int *[],int,int);

int main()
{

int a[100], i, n;
clrscr();

printf(" \n Enter the number of elements: " );
scanf(" %d ", &n);
printf(" \n Enter the…

Sample C Program With Algorithm To Implement Bubble Sort Using Pointers.

ALGOTITHM

STEP 1: Start the program.
STEP 2: Read the value of n.
STEP 3: Set for loop to read the elements of array for( i = 0; i < n; i++ ).
STEP 4: Call the function bubblesort ( a , n ).
STEP 5: Print the sorted array a.
STEP 6: Stop the program.


FUNCTION BUBBBLESORT ( int *b [], int n )

STEP 1: Declare the local variable.
STEP 2: Set a for loop for( i = 0; i < n; i++ )
STEP 3: Nest another for loop for( j = 1; j < n; j++ )
STEP 4: Check the condition b[i] > b[j]
STEP 5: If so swap the two values using temporary y variable t as
t = a[i]
b[i] = b[j]
b[j] = t
STEP 6: Else go back to step3.


SAMPLE PROGRAM:

#include<stdio.h>
#include<conio.h>

void bubblesort( int *[], int);

void main()
{

int i, n, a[100];
clrscr();

printf( " \n Enter the number of elements: " );
scanf( " %d ", &n );

printf( " \n Enter the array elements " );
for( i = 0; i < n; i++)
scanf( " %d ", &a[i] );

printf( " \n UNSORTED ARRAY ELEMENTS " )…

Sample C Program To Implement Recursive Algorithm Using Pointers.

ALGORITHM:

STEP 1: Start the program.
STEP 2: Declare the variable, *no, factorial, sum, p, i, and the function fact (int p), sum (int p), fib (int p).
STEP 3: Read the value of no.
STEP 4: Call the function fact (*no), sum (*no).
STEP 5: Use for loop call the function fib (int p) and display the Fibonacci series & also display factorial & summation.
STEP 6: Stop the program.


FUNCTION FIB (int p) - FIBONACCI SERIES.

STEP 1: Check whether the value of n is equal to '0' if so return '0'.
STEP 2: Else check whether (p >= 1 && p <= 2), if so return the value '1'.
STEP 3: Else return ( fib ( p – 1 ) + fib( p – 2 ) ).


FUNCTION FACT (int p) - FACTORIAL OF A NUMBER.

STEP 1: Check whether (p == 0), if so return '1' .
STEP 2: Else return (p * fact( p – 1 ) ).


FUNCTION SUM (int p) - SUMMATION OF A NUMBER.

STEP 1: Check whether p == 0, if so return '0'.
STEP 2: Else return (p + sum( p – 1 ) ).



SAMPLE PROGRAM:


#include<stdio.h>
#include<conio.…