Henry Wong wrote:
What do you think? Should the questions be generic? Or should they be more focused on what the candidate is likely to need for the role?
Jeff Verdegan wrote:
Shannon Graham wrote:I guess the question is really meant to see a programmers approach. So it's a silly question
That certainly doesn't follow. Questions designed to see how a candidate approaches a problem can be very useful.
I don't think this one is particularly good, but then, I didn't post it, just commented on it after somebody else did.
Rachelle Dygowski wrote:I got it. Needed to put it in my string and that worked. I put the restrictions in the string and that's were it read it in and compared it to the tester input. I always get excited when I get it to work. Thanks for the help. Just making me look at it another way helped.
Yahya Elyasse wrote:
Martin Vajsar wrote:
Yahya Elyasse wrote:ok what was the sarcasm about?
The answer, of course, is forty-two.
(Unless I'm seriously mistaken, Ulf is referring to the Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, which elaborates extensively on the usefulness of towels in more or less any situation. And on the importance of the number 42.)
thanks i didn't knew about this famous 42 magical number untill you have pointed it. i have read a book about the mysterious Constants of the universe. but i never heard before about the mysterious 42 number.