Capgemini Data structures and algorithms MCQ

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Pseudo Code 30
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A good data structure is the backbone of any successful application. Data structures such as stacks, queues, and hash tables are fundamental to computer science and will be familiar to anyone who has studied programming or algorithms before.

The latest Capgemini pseudo-code is divided into two parts.

  1. Data Structures
  2. Algorithm

Question 1 : Linked list are more efficient than arrays in which of the following?


Options : 

a. Sequential access

b. all of the mentioned options

c. Element rearranging

d. Random access

Answers : 

Question 2 : if you are using Bubble sort for sorting the given numbers in ascending order then find out the number of swapings needed 15, 18, 4, 11, 17


Options : 

a. 7

b. 5

c. 6

d. 8

Answers : 

Question 3 : Which of the following are the applications of stack data structure? 

1. Implementation of recursive function 

2. Reversing a string

3. Scheduling


Options : 

a. 1 & 3

b. 1 & 2

c. 1, 2 & 3

d. 2 & 3

Answers : 

Question 4 : By using of the following data structure you can create a circular queue?

1. Single linked list

2. Double Linked list

3. Arrays

Options : 

a. 1 & 3

b. 2 & 3

c. 1, 2, & 3

d. 1 & 2

Answers : 

Question 5: Determine which of the given sequence of degree of vertices is graphic.

I. (1,2,3,3)


(Note: A sequence is graphic if there is a simple graph with the degree sequence.)

Options : 

a. Both I and II

b. Neither I Nor II

c. Only II

d. Only I

Answers : 

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