I wonder if your results arent just the effect of interview jitters. Except for the last one which is IMO so vague as to deserve a quite vague response (a request parser, a db interface layer, a templating system, and lots of hand waving).
The first seems like it should be answerable by anybody who has finished first year CS if not just some basic math skills, the second is so easy is that I triple checked my solution thinking that I must of missed some weird case. (apparently I didnt)
Hmm, are there any openings?
Yves / DeMerphq
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