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javacaps mock 2 Q:8

 
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Answer: B,C
I think it is better to change question "what do you see" to "What is the result" , I didn't see anything on my screen for "Runtime error"
 
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Originally posted by Haining Mu:
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Answer: B,C
I think it is better to change question "what do you see" to "What is the result" , I didn't see anything on my screen for "Runtime error"[/B]



You would see the "ArrayOutOfBoundsException" on the screen however, you wouldn't see "Runtime error". Runtime error is EXACTLY what happens when you try to run the program. A runtime error occurs. The question might be a little misleading since it asks what appears on the "screen". If we just look at it strictly, then ONLY "ArrayOutOfBoundsException" appears to be a valid answer.
correct me if i'm wrong
 
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I dont think you can define a constructor with hte return data type.
--Farooq
 
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Please disregard my last posting, I got it now thats the method not the constructor.
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