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Objective 2.3

 
Nart
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Hello,
Objective 2.3 states:
2.3 Identify correct and incorrect statements or examples about CLDC classes
including those derived from J2SE, and the CLDC-specific classes, including
identifying which core J2SE classes are NOT included in CLDC, or have different
behaviors (example: java.lang.String, io classes, etc.)

Regarding classes having different behaviors, is that about classes that support only a subset of their equivalents in J2SE? Or are there classes in which actual method usage or results have changed? I can't seem to find such differencese in their perceived behavior. Am i missing something?!
Thanks
 
sha liba
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CLDC mandates that the method behavior and signature be consistent with J2SE if the method is present, so you are correct that there are no such variation.
 
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