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Subject: RE: VFP interview question & answer link
Thread ID: 155037 Message ID: 155247 # Views: 4 # Ratings: 0
Version: Visual FoxPro 9 Category: Other
Date: Friday, December 28, 2007 1:47:23 PM         
   


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> > Eric den Doop
> > www.foxite.com - The Home Of The Visual FoxPro Experts
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> Thnkas eric,
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> where i can get the answer of this question.
> & also i want to know about OOPS in VFP
> plz if u can provide with example , it's easy for me understand.
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> harish

Harish,

If, as Boudewijn suggests, you are looking for job interview questions, there are two parts to the hiring process. The first part is the "paper" part. This is where you look at the applicant's qualifications. If you need to include a skills test, this is where you would put that skills test. The interview is the second part of the process and is the single most expensive part of the hiring process. You do not want to spend money interviewing those who have questionable skills. You would have weeded those applicants out long ago. By the time you get to the interview, you are only looking to answer one question: "Do I want to work with this applicant." The interview is about personality. If you are looking for a job, you do (as Boudewijn suggests) need to know the answers to these questions but be prepared for this type of question much earlier in the hiring process. I suspect that the hiring process will begin with your resume and cover letter. If your resume meets the job requirements, you might then be tested. Should you be tested, your test scores will probably determine if you get the interview. If you get to the interview stage, you now need to be prepared to answer questions about yourself and how you think you would fit with that company. Some companies eveb go to the expense of two interviews. The first interview simply determines if you will fit with the company (another level of screening.) The second interview is where you are ranked within the list of remaining applicants. At this interview, your focus should be on how your skills and experience can help to move the company forward.

Hope this helps

Ken
You shall know the truth - and the truth shall set you free. (John 8:33)

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VFP interview question & answer link Posted by harish poojary @ 12/22/2007 10:38:58 AM
RE: VFP interview question & answer link Posted by Eric den Doop @ 12/22/2007 10:57:32 AM
RE: VFP interview question & answer link Posted by harish poojary @ 12/22/2007 11:01:42 AM
RE: VFP interview question & answer link Posted by Boudewijn Lutgerink @ 12/28/2007 10:26:07 AM
RE: VFP interview question & answer link Posted by suhas hegde @ 12/29/2007 8:18:38 PM
RE: VFP interview question & answer link Posted by Ken Murphy @ 12/28/2007 1:47:23 PM