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Taking an On-Line Aptitude Test

The entire test was about a fictitious language. I forget what they named it. Every question built upon the previous.

The first question was something like, "These are the definitions of variables: A string is: An integer is: A date is:" Then the question would be something like, "What can '15232' be? a. an integer b. a string c. a date d. any of the above e. a and c".

Another question might be "Here are the rules of precedence: What is (1 + 2) * (3 + 4) / 3 a. 4 b. 2 c. 7 d. 12 e. Can't tell for sure."

It got more and more complex, all in their own pseudocode. They covered branching, iteration, arithmetic operations, Boolean algebra, etc. Things most people here have seen a million times. Kinda like SATs for programmers.

you already know the tech. books to start on the rest.

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