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
posted 13 years ago
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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