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hey Guys
congrates on passing the exam
I am very new to java and wanna give my exam in April
I was just wondering
1 How many question did u guys had From AWT (in real exam)
2 and what r the important topics in AWT from the exam point of view and
3. what r the good resources to start with AWT .. any book or url
Pls help me out in this
any help would be great
Regards Preeti
 
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Hi Preeti! Good to see you over here too!
The RHE book (2nd edition) covers what you should know. It's a fairly long chapter but AWT is a fairly diverse subject and you really never know what will be asked. You should know at least how the layout managers will react in different situations, know your listener, event and adapter classes.

Good luck!

Lori
 
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I had questions(2) on layout Managers and nothing on Graphics and other stuff.
 
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