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21.08.2019
Rodrigo Manzanares
Embedded SW Engineer at Dekimo Experts
C

Is it possible to declare a boolean variable in C this way: “bool i = 12;”?

64 answers
20 good - 44 bad
 
21.08.2019
Rodrigo Manzanares
Embedded SW Engineer at Dekimo Experts
C/C++

After declaring this structure:

54 answers
20 good - 34 bad
 
21.08.2019
Rodrigo Manzanares
Embedded SW Engineer at Dekimo Experts
C/C++

What is the valid statement?

73 answers
24 good - 49 bad
 
21.08.2019
Rodrigo Manzanares
Embedded SW Engineer at Dekimo Experts
C/C++

To make a pointer 'p' previously pointing to 'a' now point to 'b' we use:

60 answers
41 good - 19 bad
 
21.08.2019
Rodrigo Manzanares
Embedded SW Engineer at Dekimo Experts
C/C++

Indicate what the following piece of code means:

91 answers
42 good - 49 bad
 
21.08.2019
Rodrigo Manzanares
Embedded SW Engineer at Dekimo Experts
C/C++

After declaring these pointers: “int *p; void *q; int *r;”

65 answers
17 good - 48 bad
 
21.08.2019
Rodrigo Manzanares
Embedded SW Engineer at Dekimo Experts
C/C++

Uninitialized (global + static local) variables are stored in the memory section:

88 answers
23 good - 65 bad
 
21.08.2019
Rodrigo Manzanares
Embedded SW Engineer at Dekimo Experts
C++

To make a reference 'r' previously referring to 'a' now refer to 'b' we use:

537 answers
100 good - 437 bad
 
21.08.2019
Rodrigo Manzanares
Embedded SW Engineer at Dekimo Experts
C/C++

The size of a 'char' is:

1000 answers
562 good - 438 bad
 
21.08.2019
Rodrigo Manzanares
Embedded SW Engineer at Dekimo Experts
C/C++

Initialized (global + static local) variables are stored in the memory section:

93 answers
30 good - 63 bad
 
21.08.2019
Rodrigo Manzanares
Embedded SW Engineer at Dekimo Experts
C/C++

Dynamically allocated memory (new/malloc) is stored in the memory section:

92 answers
50 good - 42 bad
 
21.08.2019
Rodrigo Manzanares
Embedded SW Engineer at Dekimo Experts
C/C++

Is it possible to assign directly vectors and structures?

564 answers
402 good - 162 bad
 
21.08.2019
Rodrigo Manzanares
Embedded SW Engineer at Dekimo Experts
C/C++

What can you say about “sizeof()”?

69 answers
29 good - 40 bad
 
21.08.2019
Rodrigo Manzanares
Embedded SW Engineer at Dekimo Experts
C/C++

Which are valid byte sizes in C++?

692 answers
492 good - 200 bad
 
21.08.2019
Rodrigo Manzanares
Embedded SW Engineer at Dekimo Experts
C/C++

The size of a 'double' is:

866 answers
374 good - 492 bad
 
21.08.2019
Rodrigo Manzanares
Embedded SW Engineer at Dekimo Experts
C/C++

The size of an 'int' is:

784 answers
74 good - 710 bad
 
21.08.2019
Rodrigo Manzanares
Embedded SW Engineer at Dekimo Experts
C/C++

Function parameters and local variables are stored in the memory section:

92 answers
44 good - 48 bad