Implementing ConcurrentHashMap in Java

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Hey Prabhat,

In my opinion it is fair to ask anything in the interview. An interviewer is not just looking for an accurate answer but your approach.

It really doesn't matter if you solve it or not. If he can find that you are doing it right and eventually if given some time you can get the solution right, that is a good enough judgement opportunity for him/her.

You know its not always the technical knowledge which is tested, its also the aptitude and attitude of the candidate which is tested.

- techiemedotin August 25, 2015 | Flag Reply

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