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saipradeep 6 days ago
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Hello Guys! We received a lot of queries asking if Command line arguments are a part of TCS exam syllabus. Although TCS has not officially announced anything regarding this, there is a chance that they might ask questions related to command line arguments in the programming MCQs section. So please refer this article and be prepared for it - http://bit.ly/2Zx7FJ1 Note: This is for the 2018, 2019 batches attending the TCS Offcampus drive on 1st September

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Mohit Gupta 14 days ago
Answer was 60

A tourist is enjoying an afternoon refreshment in a local eatery when the manager says to him Do you see those three men over there? One is Mr. X who always tells the truth. Another is Mr. Y who always lies. The third is Mr. Z who sometimes tells the truth and sometimes lies. You may ask them three Yes/No questions always indicating which man should answer. After asking these three questions, if you correctly identify Mr. X, Mr. Y and Mr. Z then your bill is on them. What Yes/No questions should the tourist ask?

Sourav Paul 1 month ago
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vamil kumar 1 month ago
2%10=2

What is the next number in this sequence?
6, 14, 36, 98, 276, ?

  1. A 794 32%
  2. B 729 37%
  3. C 749 22%
  4. D 947 9%
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S M ARBAZ ALAM 1 month ago
794..


1+2+3====6
1+4+9====14
1+8+27===36
1+16+81===98
1+32+243==276
1+64+729===794
MAYUR KOTHAWADE 1 month ago
56

Write a program to find the area of a circle. The input diameter will be given as an integer, the output area should be printed as a floating point value with 2 point precision. No other extra information should be printed except the area value to the stdout. (Assume PI = 3.14)

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Surya Prakash 1 month ago
#include

int main()
{
int r;
scanf("%d", &r);
printf("%.2f", 3.14*r*r);
return 0;
}
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