CAMPUS RECRUITMENT EXAMINATION BY AFFIXIOUS

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1. Which statement execute the code of main.js  

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2. When does a stream fire a data event?

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3. Which of the following statements are true?

1. NodeJS is multithreaded.

2. The Buffer class is a global class that can be accessed without importing a buffer module.

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4.  In Nodejs what is use of underscore variable in REPL session 

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5.  The function which is called to render HTML to a web page in react? 

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6.  Which of the following class is used to create and consume custom events in Node.js? 

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7.  What is Babel? 

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8.  Why is ref used? 

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9.  The parameters in order that a middleware function receives are:

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10.  _____ is an interactive shell that processes Node. 

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11.  We can kill a process in Node.js using the keyboard shortcut? 

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12.  What is the correct difference between TypeScript and JavaScript? 

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13.  When setState()  is called inside render() method, which of the following events takes place? 

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14. How can we expose node modules? 

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15.  Identify the smallest building block of React.js  

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16.  What will be the output of the following code? 

const res = [‘1’, ‘1a’, ‘0’, -1, true, false].map(Number).filter(Boolean); 

console.log(res); 

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17.  To install Node.js express module 

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18. Which of the following is used to access a function fetch()  from h1 element in JSX? 

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19.  What the output of the given code

const promise1 = new Promise((resolve, reject) => { console.log(1); resolve('success') });

promise1.then(() => console.log(3)); console.log(4); 

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20. What is used to handle code-splitting? 

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