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EDITx is an open IT Library of questions to share and gain knowledge. Become an EDITx author because you care: share your knowledge to fit everyone benefit with a quality IT education.

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As contributor of the IT library, you allow others to use your questions, in the same way you can make use of theirs. Nevertheless, you keep the intellectual property on your work and will be notified any time that an author is using your questions or when someone answers your questions. Moreover, your privileged status allows you to set up private and public tests, to share your questions with your students, friends, colleagues or acquaintances and to get the results in real time.

... is what you give !

To become an EDITx Author, you just need to set up 5 QCM questions, in the field of your choice, and indicate the right answer. If your questions allows a better "Education in IT for X", you will receive the status and advantages of an EDITx Author.

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Sébastien Combéfis
Lecturer at ECAM

De Bevertjes kunnen hun kleurrijke tekening aanpassen door gebruik te maken van een toveroller...

278 answers
160 good - 118 bad
Maurice Naftalin
Java Champion, Author, Speaker, Associate at JavaSpecialists.EU & Technical Director at Morningside Light Ltd
135 answers
29 good - 106 bad
Bebras Community
Bebras Junior Fr

Soit une planche contenant N trous alignés, numérotés de 1 à N de gauche à droite (avec N un...

679 answers
295 good - 384 bad
Öykü Isik
Professor of Information Systems Management at Vlerick
Business Intelligence

As compared to RDBMS, Hadoop

65 answers
18 good - 47 bad
Christophe Peerens
Microsoft Technical Advisor at Neomytic

If you want a powerful cloud based predictive analytics tool, which Azure IoT Suite service will...

364 answers
64 good - 300 bad
Suzanne Kieffer
Research Associate at Université Catholique de Louvain

Which valid conclusion can you infer from the following premise ? Premise : ((p → q) ∧ p)

90 answers
8 good - 82 bad
Adrien Dessilly
Project manager at Civadis

What will be the output :

445 answers
184 good - 261 bad
Maurice Naftalin
Java Champion, Author, Speaker, Associate at JavaSpecialists.EU & Technical Director at Morningside Light Ltd
List<Integer> ints = new ArrayList<>();
209 answers
83 good - 126 bad
Philippe Lacomme
Enseignant Chercheur at Université Clermont Auvergne
Constraint programming

Choco est un solveur de type PPC

642 answers
128 good - 514 bad
Sébastien Combéfis
Lecturer at ECAM
964 answers
56 good - 908 bad
Olivier Mourisco
IT Manager at DataNewsJobs

What would be the output of this php code ?

97 answers
30 good - 67 bad
Thierry Van den Berghe
Professor in ICT / Associate Dean for Research at ICHEC
Business Analyst

A business analyst is interacting with several stakeholders for analysing a complex production...

129 answers
98 good - 31 bad
Majid Hajian
Senior Software Developer at Telia Norge

If you chain multiple pipes together, how will they be executed?

50 answers
37 good - 13 bad
IT Analyst at Intys Consulting
Digital Transformation Fundamentals

The product or innovation performance over time is, according to theory, usually showing an S-...

55 answers
16 good - 39 bad
Philippe Roose
Head of Computer Science Department & LIUPPA/T2I Research Team at IUT de Bayonne / UPPA
public class A {
  static int a = 100;
246 answers
193 good - 53 bad