Till now we have focused on numeric arrays. But they are most common. Everybody prepares that for the interview. In order to verify the OOPs concepts, interviewers are now asking about Java string programs instead. Why? Simple – because Java string programs are a bit level high than the simple arrays and it requires you to use different OOPs concepts like Java collections, arrays, String libraries, etc. Additionally, ‘String’ forms one of the important aspect of web applications as well as test data. This article will focus on five such Java String algorithms.
Interview is the most important part of the employment process. It can make or break an opportunity. When it comes to Software Testing, almost all organizations are now looking for Automation engineers, SDETs, Selenium experts, Automation architects and what not. Since Manual testers are finding it tough to land a high-paying job switch, many have started learning the basics of Selenium automation (Yeah! Selenium is one of the most popular automation tool now-a-days). But interviewers demand practical experience. And interview questions reflect that view – starting from basic theoretical knowledge, slowly the interview will move towards – Explain Test Automation framework for your current project.
Though Selenium doesn’t require extensive Java knowledge but still there is a set of basic Java programs that you should be able to write on-the-spot. Continuing on our Java interview series for Selenium Automation, this article covers five of the common Java programs frequently asked in the basic technical interview. The questions are easy, but don’t forget to mark these java-program in your to do list before attending any entry-level technical interview for Selenium automation testing.