Company: Cisco

this is cisco paper which was held in ISI on 5th august.
20 questions – analytical
40 questions – system concepts and c.

i am giving some question in both sections.

analytical section.
1.12 quantative questions
2.4 meanings
3.4 matching(like goat::rat)

1.what is the length of the largest diagonal in a cube of 1unit.
ans:2*sqrt(3).
2.if 0-1 and t>-1
3.one of the digits of a two digit number is 6,whose sum is half of there
product and whose product of the half of the reverse order number.what is
the number.
ans:63
4.how many times 0.01 is larger than (0.0001)*(0.0001)
ans:10**6.
5.a train of length 200mts is moving with a velocity of 100km/hr towards
east.a car is comming with a velocity of 72km/hr in the opposite
direction.how much time the car takes to cross the train.
6.canibalism-
7.humino::static
ans:human::–
8.concrete::abstract
ans:matter::mind
9.elevator-above
10.ramesh,robert,ravi,rahul r doing newpaper business…..
ans:ramesh,either ravi/rahul

system concepts:

1.int a[5,6]
how much memory will be allocated
2.char p[6];
char *d[10];
ans:d=(char*)p
3.using LFU algorithm,how many page faults will occur of the pages r
1,2,1,3,4.
ans:1,4
4.in which layer the bridges r used.
b)session layer
c)physical layer
d)network layer
5.#define d 10+10
main()
{ printf(“%d”,d*d);
}
6.in a complete binary tree if the number of levels r 4 then the number of
nodes will be,
7.if we delete a node from a balanced binary tree,how can we retain the
properties of balanced binary tree.
ans: by rotation at the nodes.
8.in a k-way search tree with N keys, the number of node/no. of leaves=
9.s->A0B
A->BB|1
B->AA|0
how many string can be constructed with length 5.
10.in which of the following regular expression the srting contains
atleast 2 concetive 1’s.
ans:(0+10)*||(0+1)*
11.int i,j=1;
for(i=0;i<10;i++); { j=j+1; } printf("%d %d",i,j); ans:10 11 12.static char *i; i=malloc(sizeof(char)); find the error; ans:malloc returns void 13.virtual memory address capacity depends on-- 14.main() { int i=1; fork(); fork(); fork(); printf("%d",i); } how many times i will be printed ans:8 15.question on threads 16.int i=0xaa char *p; p=(char *)i; p=p>>4;
printf(“%x”,p);
ans:0x000000a;
17.union
{ char *p;
int i;
char b;
}
main()
{

p=(char*)malloc(8*sizeof(char));
}
what is the size of union?
18.enum{sunday=-1,monday,…saturday}
printf(“%d %d”,sizeof(wednesday),wednesday);
19.struct x{
struct{
struct{
char ch;
} x;
}};
ans:definition wrong
20.struct *s;
s=(struct *)malloc(10*sizeof(struct)+90*sizeof(int));
free(s);
ans:total memory deallocated
21.one alogrithm is given:
ans:10395
22.func()
{ int x=1;
if(x=1)
x=1000;
else
x=10;

return x;
}
what is the return value?
ans:1000

UMA, THIS IS PREVIOUS YEAR PAPER BUT MY FRIENDS WHO HAVE GOT
THRU CISCO SAYS THAT MANY OF THE QUESTIONS FROM IT WERE
THERE IN THE WRITTEN TEST THIS YEAR in IISc.
**************************************************************************

OLD PAPER
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20 questions – analytical
40 questions – system concepts and c.

i am giving some question in both sections.

analytical section.
1.12 quantative questions
2.4 meanings
3.4 matching(like goat::rat)

1.what is the length of the largest diagonal in a cube of 1unit.
ans:2*sqrt(3).
2.if 0-1 and t>-1
3.one of the digits of a two digit number is 6,whose sum is half of there
product and whose product of the half of the reverse order number.what is
the number.
ans:63
4.how many times 0.01 is larger than (0.0001)*(0.0001)
ans:10**6.
5.a train of length 200mts is moving with a velocity of 100km/hr towards
east.a car is comming with a velocity of 72km/hr in the opposite
direction.how much time the car takes to cross the train.
6.canibalism-
7.humino::static
ans:human::–
8.concrete::abstract
ans:matter::mind
9.elevator-above
10.ramesh,robert,ravi,rahul r doing newpaper business…..
ans:ramesh,either ravi/rahul

system concepts:

1.int a[5,6]
how much memory will be allocated
2.char p[6];
char *d[10];
ans:d=(char*)p
3.using LFU algorithm,how many page faults will occur of the pages r
1,2,1,3,4.
ans:1,4
4.in which layer the bridges r used.
b)session layer
c)physical layer
d)network layer
5.#define d 10+10
main()
{ printf(“%d”,d*d);
}
6.in a complete binary tree if the number of levels r 4 then the number of
nodes will be,
7.if we delete a node from a balanced binary tree,how can we retain the
properties of balanced binary tree.
ans: by rotation at the nodes.
8.in a k-way search tree with N keys, the number of node/no. of leaves=
9.s->A0B
A->BB|1
B->AA|0
how many string can be constructed with length 5.
10.in which of the following regular expression the srting contains
atleast 2 concetive 1’s.
ans:(0+10)*||(0+1)*
11.int i,j=1;
for(i=0;i<10;i++); { j=j+1; } printf("%d %d",i,j); ans:10 11 12.static char *i; i=malloc(sizeof(char)); find the error; ans:malloc returns void 13.virtual memory address capacity depends on-- 14.main() { int i=1; fork(); fork(); fork(); printf("%d",i); } how many times i will be printed ans:8 15.question on threads 16.int i=0xaa char *p; p=(char *)i; p=p>>4;
printf(“%x”,p);
ans:0x000000a;
17.union
{ char *p;
int i;
char b;
}
main()
{

p=(char*)malloc(8*sizeof(char));
}
what is the size of union?
18.enum{sunday=-1,monday,…saturday}
printf(“%d %d”,sizeof(wednesday),wednesday);
19.struct x{
struct{
struct{
char ch;
} x;
}};
ans:definition wrong
20.struct *s;
s=(struct *)malloc(10*sizeof(struct)+90*sizeof(int));
free(s);
ans:total memory deallocated
21.one alogrithm is given:
ans:10395
22.func()
{ int x=1;
if(x=1)
x=1000;
else
x=10;

return x;
}
what is the return value?
ans:1000