Epic Systems None Interview Question for Nones


Country: United States
Interview Type: Written Test




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i think its th second one

- lekshmy August 11, 2012 | Flag Reply
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i think it should be first option..

- Anonymous August 13, 2012 | Flag
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because of blank, it should be second one i guess

- Anonymous August 14, 2012 | Flag
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Yup, the second one. Look for the space

- chandershivdasani August 15, 2012 | Flag
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it is 3 , look at the space before water

- Anonymous August 31, 2012 | Flag
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yep.....
i missed it...... " " space....

- Anshul September 11, 2012 | Flag
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GOD." ".HUH is the correct answer.

- slimster November 17, 2012 | Flag
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Well, technically it asks if you want to spell "Holy water", and HOH is Water with a capital W. There is not enough information to solve this (if they want to get technical).

- Chris June 19, 2013 | Flag
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2
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i think the second one

- riit1564 August 19, 2012 | Flag Reply
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God." ".HOH to concatenate both with a space in between.

- RJLBatty February 02, 2013 | Flag Reply
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Third one is the answer

- Anonymous August 25, 2012 | Flag Reply
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Second one is the Answer

- Anonymous October 03, 2012 | Flag Reply
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3rd is correct

- prateek December 12, 2012 | Flag Reply
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Its the second option
. stands for concatenation

- Noviec January 20, 2013 | Flag Reply
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the second one is more logical and unanimous with all programming languages. See theory in Formal Programming Languages and Automata

- scott May 11, 2013 | Flag Reply
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No. 3 is right. Look at the different double qoute signs.

- vusa December 06, 2013 | Flag Reply
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WHAT A STUPID QUESTION.

- Anonymous December 21, 2013 | Flag Reply
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of 1 vote

i think the third one

- kb August 21, 2012 | Flag Reply
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ANs will be fourth option "GOD.HOH"
becuase "holy water"=" "holy"."water" "="God.HOH"
what do u say guys....

- Mukesh Kumar Dhaker September 26, 2012 | Flag Reply


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