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Where to find good programming MCQ ?

John Rizzo

Joined: Apr 11, 2004
Posts: 16
Hi there,

I've been searching on google for half an hour on MCQ exams about programming skills but ... I end up with many univeristy programs, but not the questions

I'm looking for a set of good, not too challenging, questions about programming (preferrably using Java).
It should not test Java knowlege (contrary to SCJP does), so I need questions with no Java trick.

It will probably be questions showing some code and asking what it produces.
But preferrably, it should not be too easy to get the answer by copy/pasting the code in Eclipse, because students are not in a controlled env. (exams over the web).

I need no programming assignment (that will be the next step, some kind of feature), only multiple choice questions.

It's to add to JavaBlackBelt orange/green belt exams.

If anybody know some, thanks to tell ! founder.
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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