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What kind of design pattern questions appear in the Exam?. Does it ask question based on diagram. Or just theoritical?.
 
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as part my exam, it was only theoritical, giving a description of the pattern and you to find out what is that pattern and also the design patterns applied in J2ee & ejb.
 
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Thx. For info.
 
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Actually the questions are simple, you need to understand the concept of what a particular design pattern is and when it is used.

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It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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