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Problem setting for HackerEarth
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
C# project questions
C# is a modern, general-purpose, and object-oriented programming language. It is designed based on the Common Language Infrastructure. This language can be used to develop modern applications that are capable of running on desktop computers. It can also be used to create sophisticated back end processes that can enhance modern web applications.
The full potential of this programming language cannot be explored in a single page code, which is the format of our current programming questions. The project question type provides a file-and-folder structure that enables the testing of C# concepts at various levels.
C#-specific libraries can be added to the project that can facilitate the process of assessing candidates. These questions are automatically evaluated by using the .NET framework.
Use cases of C# project questions
Test hands-on programming skills in C# and the knowledge of its ecosystems
These types of questions allow you to test a candidate’s hands-on programming skill against testing only the algorithmic coding knowledge. You can also assess how familiar candidates are with the concepts of code structure, file hierarchy, the .NET framework, and libraries within C#.
Implementation of the .NET framework
Recruiters often find it difficult to create input and output test cases. Now, you can assess a candidate more easily by using the .NET framework. It can be used to develop forms-based applications, web-based applications, and web services.
Writing reusable C# libraries
You can assess candidates based on the skills of how to create a dynamic-link library (DLL). A major part of the reusable C# library is written in the format of a DLL.