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n == 0...* or 1...*?

 
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HFE p434 #12 - why is D correct?
does 'n' mean 0...* or 1...*?
if it means 1...* then D is correct
if it means 0...* then D is not correct, since it can return Orders with no line items.
Can someone clarify?
-thanks,
van
 
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Hi Moderators,
I would like to request that if the questions from these books are not really long then poster should post the question as well.
May be I am being selfish here, as I am not preparing for SCBCD hence I don't have the HFE, or any other EJB Certification book for that matter, but I am sure you would come up with win-win solution if my suggestion make any sense and don't make people too lazy to post just because they have to post the whole quesiton.
In any way I don't want to let preparing people in trouble but I called "get" method on my feelings
Regards,
Maulin
 
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Originally posted by Maulin Vasavada:
I would like to request that if the questions from these books are not really long then poster should post the question as well.
May be I am being selfish here, as I am not preparing for SCBCD hence I don't have the HFE, or any other EJB Certification book for that matter, but I am sure you would come up with win-win solution if my suggestion make any sense and don't make people too lazy to post just because they have to post the whole quesiton.
In any way I don't want to let preparing people in trouble but I called "get" method on my feelings


I myself have passed the SCBCD exam a couple of months ago, but still stick around if I can answer some questions or help other people.
A few posters seem to assume, that everybody has a copy of HF EJB book by their side, while reading this forum. (in the Office as well ).
How innocent they are!.....they do not know that they could get more answers if they post the complete question
 
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