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passed 142

 
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Hi all, I just passed 142 this morning with 61% score, holly, that was close, there are some questions I have no idea about it, like "tail recursion", but I get 90% in transformation, I've been using xslt since 2002.

Material I used:
1, XML in nutshell,
2, tutorial from ibm web site,
3, the online resources, a loot

good luck, guys,

 
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Hip hip hurry.....great Ivory Lee..its wonderful...

can you please guide forum members about your preparation in detail...like sites you referred ,articles,blogs and simulators that you have used for 142..

Congrats once again..have a beer and relax in IBM Caribbean..(ibm island)....

Somasekar Reddy.
 
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Nice Shot. Congratulations for your achievement.

-- Srinivas
 
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Good, the most difficult problem to prepare IBM test is the reference.
 
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