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21.08.2019
David Hauweele
PhD student (FRIA) at Université de Mons
C

What is the behavior of this loop?

266 answers
254 good - 12 bad
 
21.08.2019
David Hauweele
PhD student (FRIA) at Université de Mons
C

Global function pointers can be used to quickly switch between multiple implementations of a...

76 answers
36 good - 40 bad
 
21.08.2019
David Hauweele
PhD student (FRIA) at Université de Mons
C

You declare two variables and a pointer to variable a.

516 answers
244 good - 272 bad
 
21.08.2019
David Hauweele
PhD student (FRIA) at Université de Mons
C

Can you use the string returned by str1() or str2()?

930 answers
602 good - 328 bad
 
21.08.2019
David Hauweele
PhD student (FRIA) at Université de Mons
C

What is the output of this program?

856 answers
706 good - 150 bad
 
21.08.2019
David Hauweele
PhD student (FRIA) at Université de Mons
C

Suppose you define two functions f1 and f2.

89 answers
11 good - 78 bad
 
21.08.2019
David Hauweele
PhD student (FRIA) at Université de Mons
C

What is the output of the following program?

55 answers
29 good - 26 bad
 
21.08.2019
David Hauweele
PhD student (FRIA) at Université de Mons
C

What is the output of:

printf("%d\n", (uint16_t)-1);
728 answers
698 good - 30 bad
 
21.08.2019
David Hauweele
PhD student (FRIA) at Université de Mons
C

What is the value of i after the last statement?

70 answers
10 good - 60 bad
 
21.08.2019
David Hauweele
PhD student (FRIA) at Université de Mons
C

In C, suppose you define two functions:

50 answers
10 good - 40 bad
 
21.08.2019
David Hauweele
PhD student (FRIA) at Université de Mons
C

What is the output of this program?

950 answers
69 good - 881 bad
 
21.08.2019
David Hauweele
PhD student (FRIA) at Université de Mons
C

Suppose that you have the following sizes for primitive types:

968 answers
760 good - 208 bad