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My questions are not wrong. I cannot imagine that a developer with limited skill set is a competent developer. I have previleges to ask any questions ... To make that guy feel easy, I even spoke to him in Shanghainese at the very beginning. We never expect our job candidates know all things in the computer technology. If a job candidate cannot behave themselves as they are cornered by some "unfair" questions, he/she is thought not to be able to fit into our team. Actually, a job candidate should know how to defend himself/herself. For instance, I claim I have experiences in Oracle, DB2, MS SQL, MySQL, Interbase, MS Access, TOAD, ERWIN,... but I always tell the peole that I am no expert in these things. By doing so, I can easily find a way out if I cannot answer some questions. I can tell you: If you ask the interviwer not to ask some types of questions, you will lose a lot of opportunites, if not all.
It seems you know that Java decompiler ---very first decompiler-- Mocha. I suggest you use NMI's Java decompiler. It is more user-friendly that Mocha. Of course, you may also try Coffaine.
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