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aidan mark
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Why are none of the exam simulators for SCBCD written in Java? They all seem to require Microsoft Windows.

I'm planning a few days on the road with my laptop, which happens to be a Mac running OS-X. Boring hotel evenings would be a perfect time for SCBCD exam prep - if only I could find an exam sim that ran on the Mac.

There are exam sims for SCWCD in Java, why not SCBCD?

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Nicholas Cheung
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There did have a SCBCD simulator that is written in Java. You may consider softSCBCD.

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aidan mark
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And of course you are right!

Since I was intested in the Mac platform, I missed the clue that the Softlearn sim supports Windows _and_ Linux. I downloaded the trial version, ignored the install script and after a little fiddling with the java command line I had the exam simulator running on the iMac I guess I'll buy the full version.

They should make more of a feature of the fact that it's a Java/Swing app and runs anywhere.

Are any other exam sims Java based?
 
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Seems softSCBCD is the only software that is written in Java.

If you feel EJBPlus is cool, but just it cannot work with Mac, you may try the online free test. Please visit http://www.jdiscuss.com for more detail.

Nick
 
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