cout << SunTradingLLC << "is looking for C++ Software Developers" << endl;

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    cout << SunTradingLLC << "is looking for C++ Software Developers" << endl;

    Ok - so the one line title is not that exciting, but the job is!

    Code:
     int main()
    {
       char our_mystery_company[40] = { 'R', 't', 'm' };
    
        for (char *pc = our_mystery_company; *pc; ++pc)
          *pc += 1;
    
       printf("Come work for %s Trading\n", our_mystery_company);
    }
    Sun Trading LLC is looking for a Software Developer to join our dynamic team. Responsibilities of the position include maintaining existing software applications and developing new software applications for our proprietary electronic trading system used by our US and UK offices.

    You’ll work with traders, financial engineers and other IT staff on applications geared for: Front-Office Trading, Electronic Trading Systems, Position Keeping, Back-Office Systems and Exchange Connectivity.

    We value and compensate competitively for individual, team and firm wide performance. We offer on the job training, as well as a strong mentorship program that gives you access to some of the most brilliant minds in the business. We encourage independent and collaborative contributions and continuous learning

    The ideal candidate has:
    -3+ years of experience developing C++ based software.
    -Excellent understanding of the Standard Template Library (STL).
    -Excellent UNIX/Linux skills and SQL skills.

    The position requires the ability to diagnose problems and develop solutions to meet trading and business goals and communicating clearly with colleagues across disciplines. Proven troubleshooting skills and enjoyment of teamwork is essential. Familiarity with financial markets is desirable. The willingness to learn is indispensable.

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    Suggestion:
    Code:
    #include <stdio.h>
    
    int main()
    {
        char our_mystery_company[] = { 'R', 't', 'm' }, *pc;
    
        for (pc = our_mystery_company; *pc; ++pc)
            *pc += 1;
    
        printf("Come work for &#37;s Trading\n", our_mystery_company);
    
        return 0;
    }
    Changes:
    • Better indentation
    • Header file included
    • return 0, though not strictly necessary, added
    • Declared pc outside of the for loop to conform to C89

    Better yet, syntax highlighted!
    Code:
    #include <stdio.h>
    
    int main()
    {
        char our_mystery_company[] = { 'R', 't', 'm' }, *pc;
    
        for (pc = our_mystery_company; *pc; ++pc)
            *pc += 1;
    
        printf("Come work for %s Trading\n", our_mystery_company);
    
        return 0;
    }
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