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Q12) An J2ME Application can load a from

A)its Jar file and the Vendor provided Java classes.
B) Only its Jar file

The answer is B, but I chose A

I think that it's dependent. If those classes from the vendor provided Java classes are in the device and the KVM - the environment allow the app to use it, Why not? Correct me if I am wrong
 
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