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basic Java questions in SCEA ?

 
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Hi all,
yesterday I was looking for some documentation about SCEA exam
on a P2P software (eMule).
I have found one document "Scea Exam - Actualtests Sun 310-0510".
With big curiosity I opened the pdf file and I found lots of "fundamentals" Java questions like:

What is a valid declaration of a float
A: float foo = -1
B: float foo = 1.0
C: float foo = 42e1
D: float foo = 2.02f

Has anybody who has experienced the SCEA Part I found questions about
Java Language inside ?
Thanks a lot
Francesco
 
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I did not experience any question based on the langauge in my SCEA part I exam. Please don't trust these practice exams. The best book to follow is Mark Cade's study guide.
 
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Thanks for your reply......

I feel lighter now (didn't have much humour to
go back to the "grammar" books!)
regards

Francesco
 
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I am 100% certain that you do not need to know how to program Java or read Java programs for SCEA examinations.

Some practice exams are ok - but if you get it for free don't expect it to be perfect. That goes for both practice exams and general information.
 
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