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Punit

Sector 13, Dwarka, Delhi, India - 110078

Punit MS SQL General trainer in Delhi

Punit

VBA/Excel/Access/SQL Server

Sector 13, Dwarka, Delhi, India - 110078.

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I have more than five year experience as computer faculty plus eight year experience in IT/KPO industry. I have worked on multiple projects of different sizes.My area of expertise is in the domain of Call Center , Marketing Research , e-commerce and Medical. My technical forte is VBA (Excel and Access), ,ASP.NET and PL / SQL.(T-SQL) I am also proficient in Data Migration.Experience in supporting and maintain applications projects/products, worked on enhancement and fixing of bugs.
Specialties: VBA(Excel , Word, Powerpoint , OpenOffice, MSAccess) , ASP.Net, C Sharp ,SQL Server , XML, JQuery,LINQ,Google Adword Script,SRSS,SSIS

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Mainpal Unverisity 2006

Master of Computer Applications (M.C.A.)

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Sector 13, Dwarka, Delhi, India - 110078

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MS SQL General Training

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Years of Experience in MS SQL General Training

3

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"He is really very good and sharp. I am in contact with punit from last 2 months, his way of teaching is very impressive. "

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FAQs

1. Which classes do you teach?

I teach MS Access, MS SQL General, Microsoft Excel Training and Visual Basic Training Classes.

2. Do you provide a demo class?

No, I don't provide a demo class.

3. How many years of experience do you have?

I have been teaching for 3 years.

Answers by Punit (13)

Answered on 13/08/2016 IT Courses/Programming Languages/C Language

he ANSI C standard provides a predefined symbol named __STDC__ that is set to 1 when the compiler is enforcing strict ANSI standard conformance. If you want your programs to be 100 percent ANSI conformant, you should ensure that the __STDC__ symbol is defined. If the program is being compiled with non-ANSI... ...more
he ANSI C standard provides a predefined symbol named __STDC__ that is set to 1 when the compiler is enforcing strict ANSI standard conformance. If you want your programs to be 100 percent ANSI conformant, you should ensure that the __STDC__ symbol is defined. If the program is being compiled with non-ANSI options, the __STDC__ symbol is undefined. The following code segment shows how this symbol can be checked: #ifdef __STDC__ printf("Congratulations! You are conforming perfectly to the ANSI standards!\n"); #else printf("Shame on you, you nonconformist anti-ANSI rabble-rousing programmer!\n"); #endif
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The following are the differences: - String can hold only char data. Where as an array can hold any data type. - An array size can not be changed. Where as a string size can be changed if it is a char pointer - The last element of an array is an element of the specific type. The last character of... ...more
The following are the differences: - String can hold only char data. Where as an array can hold any data type. - An array size can not be changed. Where as a string size can be changed if it is a char pointer - The last element of an array is an element of the specific type. The last character of a string is a null – ‘\0’ character. - The length of an array is to specified in [] at the time of declaration (except char[]). The length of the string is the number of characters + one (null character).
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Answered on 13/08/2016 IT Courses/Programming Languages/C Language

The #pragma directive is the method specified by the C standard for providing additional information to the compiler, beyond what is conveyed in the language itself. Three forms of this directive (commonly known as pragmas) are specified by the 1999 C standard. A C compiler is free to attach any meaning... ...more
The ‘#pragma’ directive is the method specified by the C standard for providing additional information to the compiler, beyond what is conveyed in the language itself. Three forms of this directive (commonly known as pragmas) are specified by the 1999 C standard. A C compiler is free to attach any meaning it likes to other pragmas.
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Answered on 13/08/2016 IT Courses/Programming Languages/C Language

The C preprocessor informs the C compiler of the location in your source code where each token came from. Presently, this is just the file name and line number. All the tokens resulting from macro expansion are reported as having appeared on the line of the source file where the outermost macro was used.... ...more
The C preprocessor informs the C compiler of the location in your source code where each token came from. Presently, this is just the file name and line number. All the tokens resulting from macro expansion are reported as having appeared on the line of the source file where the outermost macro was used. We intend to be more accurate in the future. If you write a program which generates source code, such as the bison parser generator, you may want to adjust the preprocessor's notion of the current file name and line number by hand. Parts of the output from bison are generated from scratch, other parts come from a standard parser file. The rest are copied verbatim from bison's input. You would like compiler error messages and symbolic debuggers to be able to refer to bison's input file.
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Answered on 13/08/2016 IT Courses/Programming Languages/C Language

C language start with index zero. if we declare array then lowest pocket number is zero(0) and highest pocket number is (5-1) 4.
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MS SQL General Training 3.6

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Student's Home

Tutor's Home

Online (video chat via skype, google hangout etc)

Years of Experience in MS SQL General Training

3

Microsoft Excel Training classes 3.7

Class Location

Student's Home

Tutor's Home

Online (video chat via skype, google hangout etc)

Years of Experience in Microsoft Excel Training classes

6

Teaches following Excel features

Advanced Excel, Excel Macro Training, Basic Excel

Visual Basic Training 3.6

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Student's Home

Tutor's Home

Online (video chat via skype, google hangout etc)

Years of Experience in Visual Basic Training

3

MS Access Training 3.6

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Student's Home

Tutor's Home

Online (video chat via skype, google hangout etc)

Years of Experience in MS Access Training

2

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5.0 out of 5.0 1 review

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"He is really very good and sharp. I am in contact with punit from last 2 months, his way of teaching is very impressive. "

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Answers by Punit (13)

Answered on 13/08/2016 IT Courses/Programming Languages/C Language

he ANSI C standard provides a predefined symbol named __STDC__ that is set to 1 when the compiler is enforcing strict ANSI standard conformance. If you want your programs to be 100 percent ANSI conformant, you should ensure that the __STDC__ symbol is defined. If the program is being compiled with non-ANSI... ...more
he ANSI C standard provides a predefined symbol named __STDC__ that is set to 1 when the compiler is enforcing strict ANSI standard conformance. If you want your programs to be 100 percent ANSI conformant, you should ensure that the __STDC__ symbol is defined. If the program is being compiled with non-ANSI options, the __STDC__ symbol is undefined. The following code segment shows how this symbol can be checked: #ifdef __STDC__ printf("Congratulations! You are conforming perfectly to the ANSI standards!\n"); #else printf("Shame on you, you nonconformist anti-ANSI rabble-rousing programmer!\n"); #endif
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Answered on 13/08/2016 IT Courses/Programming Languages/C Language

The following are the differences: - String can hold only char data. Where as an array can hold any data type. - An array size can not be changed. Where as a string size can be changed if it is a char pointer - The last element of an array is an element of the specific type. The last character of... ...more
The following are the differences: - String can hold only char data. Where as an array can hold any data type. - An array size can not be changed. Where as a string size can be changed if it is a char pointer - The last element of an array is an element of the specific type. The last character of a string is a null – ‘\0’ character. - The length of an array is to specified in [] at the time of declaration (except char[]). The length of the string is the number of characters + one (null character).
Answers 30 Comments
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Answered on 13/08/2016 IT Courses/Programming Languages/C Language

The #pragma directive is the method specified by the C standard for providing additional information to the compiler, beyond what is conveyed in the language itself. Three forms of this directive (commonly known as pragmas) are specified by the 1999 C standard. A C compiler is free to attach any meaning... ...more
The ‘#pragma’ directive is the method specified by the C standard for providing additional information to the compiler, beyond what is conveyed in the language itself. Three forms of this directive (commonly known as pragmas) are specified by the 1999 C standard. A C compiler is free to attach any meaning it likes to other pragmas.
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Answered on 13/08/2016 IT Courses/Programming Languages/C Language

The C preprocessor informs the C compiler of the location in your source code where each token came from. Presently, this is just the file name and line number. All the tokens resulting from macro expansion are reported as having appeared on the line of the source file where the outermost macro was used.... ...more
The C preprocessor informs the C compiler of the location in your source code where each token came from. Presently, this is just the file name and line number. All the tokens resulting from macro expansion are reported as having appeared on the line of the source file where the outermost macro was used. We intend to be more accurate in the future. If you write a program which generates source code, such as the bison parser generator, you may want to adjust the preprocessor's notion of the current file name and line number by hand. Parts of the output from bison are generated from scratch, other parts come from a standard parser file. The rest are copied verbatim from bison's input. You would like compiler error messages and symbolic debuggers to be able to refer to bison's input file.
Answers 72 Comments
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Answered on 13/08/2016 IT Courses/Programming Languages/C Language

C language start with index zero. if we declare array then lowest pocket number is zero(0) and highest pocket number is (5-1) 4.
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Punit describes himself as VBA/Excel/Access/SQL Server. He conducts classes in MS Access, MS SQL General and Microsoft Excel Training. Punit is located in Sector 13, Dwarka, Delhi. Punit takes Regular Classes- at his Home and Online Classes- via online medium. He has 6 years of teaching experience . Punit has completed Master of Computer Applications (M.C.A.) from Mainpal Unverisity in 2006. He is well versed in English and Hindi. Punit has got 1 reviews till now with 100% positive feedback.

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