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MST Solutions – Fresher Interview Questions – Part 2

MST Solutions – Fresher Interview Questions – Part 2 This blog explains about MST Solutions – Fresher Interview Questions – Part 2 and is given below :  1.  Explain about Bug life cycle . Bug Life Cycle or Defect Life Cycle: Bug life cycle is also known as Defect life cycle. In Software Development process, the bug has a life cycle. The bug should go through the life cycle to be closed. Bug life cycle varies depends upon the tools (QC, JIRA etc.,) used and the process followed in the organization.What is a Software Bug? Software bug can be defined as the abnormal behavior of the software. Bug starts when the defect is found and ends when a defect is closed, after ensuring it is not reproduced. 2. Regression testing REGRESSION TESTING is a type of software testing that intends to ensure that changes (enhancements or defect fixes) to the software have not adversely affected it. The likelihood of any code change impacting functionalities that are not directly associated with the code is always there and it is essential that regression testing is conducted to make sure that fixing one thing has not broken another thing. During regression testing, new test cases are not created but previously created test cases are re-executed. Regression [noun] literally means the act of going back to a previous place or state; return or reversion. GUI testing GUI stands for Graphical User Interface. One can interact with a computer or any software or website on a computer through two types of interfaces. These interfaces are command line interface and graphical user interface.GUI is often designed for the naïve user who does not have the knowledge of commands but can interact through […]

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MST Solutions – Fresher Interview Questions – Part 1

MST Solutions – Fresher Interview Questions – Part 1 This blog explains about MST Solutions – Fresher Interview Questions – Part 1 and is given below :  1.What is constructor. Parameterised constructor and initiate those with example A Constructor with arguments(or you can say parameters) is known as Parameterized constructor. As we discussed in the Java Constructor tutorial that a constructor is a special type of method that initializes the newly created object. class Example{ //Default constructor Example(){ System.out.println(“Default constructor”); } /* Parameterized constructor with * two integer arguments */ Example(int i, int j){ System.out.println(“constructor with Two parameters”); } /* Parameterized constructor with * three integer arguments */ Example(int i, int j, int k){ System.out.println(“constructor with Three parameters”); } /* Parameterized constructor with * two arguments, int and String */ Example(int i, String name){ System.out.println(“constructor with int and String param”); } public static void main(String args[]){ //This will invoke default constructor Example obj = new Example(); /* This will invoke the constructor * with two int parameters */ Example obj2 = new Example(12, 12); /* This will invoke the constructor * with three int parameters */ Example obj3 = new Example(1, 2, 13); /* This will invoke the constructor * with int and String parameters */ Example obj4 = new Example(1,”BeginnersBook”); } } Output: Default constructor constrSecond question string Firstvalue=”500″; Second year=”500″; Thirdvalue=firstvalue+second value;uctor with Two parameters constructor with Three parameters constructor with int and String param 2. What is smoke testing and when to do smoking testing Smoke Testing SMOKE TESTING, also known as “Build Verification Testing”, is a type of software testing that comprises of a non-exhaustive set of tests that aim at ensuring that the most important functions work. The result of this […]

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Quantitative Aptitude Questions with Answers – Part 2

Quantitative Aptitude Questions with Answers – Part 2 This blog explains about Quantitative Aptitude Questions with Answers – Part 2 and is given below :  11.Two number are in the ratio 3 : 5. If 9 is subtracted from each, the new numbers are in the ratio 12 : 23. The smaller number is: A. 27           B. 33              C. 49            D. 55 Answer: Option B Explanation: Let the numbers be 3x and 5x. Then, 3x – 9 = 12 5x – 9 =  23 23(3x – 9) = 12(5x – 9) 9x = 99 x = 11. The smaller number = (3 x 11) = 33. 12.The speed of a boat in still water in 15 km/hr and the rate of current is 3 km/hr. The distance travelled downstream in 12 minutes is: A.1.2 km           B.1.8 km           C.2.4 km             D.3.6 km Answer: Option D Explanation: Speed downstream = (15 + 3) kmph                                        = 18 kmph. Distance travelled = 18 x 12/60 km                                       = 3.6 km. 13. A man buys a cycle for Rs. 1600 and sells it at a loss of 15%. What is the selling price of the cycle? A.Rs. 1290       B.Rs. 1360           C.Rs. 1480        D.Rs. 1502 Answer : Option B Explanation : S.P.of the cycle = 85% of Rs.1600 […]

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Quantitative Aptitude Questions with Answers – Part 1

Quantitative Aptitude Questions with Answers – Part 1   This blog explains about Quantitative Aptitude Questions with Answers – Part 1 and is given below :  1.A train running at the speed of 60 km/hr crosses a pole in 9 seconds. What is the length of the train? A.120 metres B.180 metres C.324 metres D.150 metres Answer :Option D Explanation : 1 km = 1000 m and 1 hr = 3600s Speed = 60 × 1000 / 3600              = 50/3 m/s . Now distance = speed × time                             = 50 / 3 × 9                             = 50 × 3                             = 150 m Therefore the length of the train is 150 metres. ( 0.15 km ) 2.A vendor bought toffees at 6 for a rupee. How many for a rupee must he sell to gain 20%? A.3 B.4 C.5 D.6 Answer: Option C Explanation: C.P. of 6 toffees = Re. 1 S.P. of 6 toffees = 120% of Re. 1 = Rs. 6/5 = Rs. 1.20 For Rs. 1.2, toffees sold = 6 For Re. 1, toffees sold = 6 x 5/6                                             = 5 3.The average weight of A, B and C is 45 kg. If the average weight of A and B be 40 kg and that of B and C be 43 kg, then the weight of […]

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