Q. W.A.P to find the maximum/largest element without using an array concept.
#include <stdio.h>int main()
int size, element, largest = 0;
printf("Enter The Number of Elements :: ");
Q. What is unit testing?
A. Unit tests are automated tests that run and validate a piece of code (known as the “unit”) to make sure it behaves as intended and meets its design.
Unit tests have their own target in Xcode and are written using the XCTest framework. A subclass of
XCTestCase contains test methods to run in which only the methods starting with “test” will be parsed by Xcode and available to run.
Q. What is Git and why is it used?
- Git is the most popular, open-source, widely used, and an example of distributed version control system (DVCS) used for handling the development of small and large projects in a more efficient and neat manner.
- It is most suitable when there…
Q. What is the difference between UIKit and SwiftUI?
A. UIKit is an imperative event-driven framework for building User Interfaces for the iOS platform. SwiftUI is a declarative framework for building User Interfaces for the Apple platform.
Q. Explain the difference between SceneDelegate and AppDelegate?
SceneDelegate both are part…
Q. Primary Key?
A. Unique and Not Null
Q. Foreign/Relational Key?
A. Duplicate and Null
Q. Unique Key?
A. Unique and Null
Q. What is Parser?
A. A Parser is a compiler or interpreter component that break data into smaller element for easy translation into another language.
A parser takes input in…
Q. What is Core Data?
- Core Data is not a relational database. Core Data is not an ORM or object-relational mapper. Nor it is a database.
- It is actually a framework that lets the developer store or retrieves data in the database in an object-oriented way.
- Core Data…
The problem with a single storyboard is that they become complex for larger projects. So It is a good practice to break a heavy/big/single storyboard to multiple storyboards. But what if we want to connect (Push/Present through Seque) a view controller from another storyboard. Here “Storyboard References” comes in rescue…
Q. What is the difference between ANY and ANYOBJECT in Swift?
A. According to Apple’s Swift documentation:
Any can represent an instance of any type at all, including function types and optional types.
AnyObject can represent an instance of any class type.
Q. Explain Priority Inversion and…