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Ok, I'm trying the JPilot simulator for the SCBCD exam.
I have some problems understanding the answer for some of the questions.
The explanation text box says something like this:

Explanation: Colin O'Toole (posted May 23, 2003 09:48 AM)

But no further explanation.
Should I look this up on javaranch myself ?
If so, how can I do this easely ? ...

Thank you.
 
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Hi Koen,

if you have a look at the exam file (which is simply xml), you will realize that the explanations are stored within <Explanation> tags. Many of them only contain the names and the posting, but some of them contain a full explanation.

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Well, the JPilot program displays these 'explanation' tags in the text field no ? Only 2 or 3 questions have the explanation. What about the others ? It would be handy if the message ID was included so I could look them up on javaranch. Its quite imppossible to do so now and without the explanation the questions are pretty useless.
 
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