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2.3 Filters

 
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Has anybody that has taken the exam seen questions about (2.3) filters?
 
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Filters are not included in the Objectives and I didn't recieve any questions on them. The Objectives pretty much cover what the test covers. Though you need to reread them with an eye to "implicately included objectives" After all, what is a listener without an event object? How can you write an effective listener without knowing the event objects methods?
Disgn Patterns can be derived from other patterns or include other patterns in part. MVC the View portion is a Front Component.
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Dear Tony,
Yeah, carl is correct. None of us faced any questions on Filters and also its not stated in the objectives.
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Originally posted by Carl Trusiak:
Disgn Patterns can be derived from other patterns or include other patterns in part. MVC the View portion is a Front Component.


Sorry Carl, I disagree. FrontComponent is the Controller part of MVC. In fact, FrontComponent is the old name for the FrontController pattern. See "Also Known As" here: http://java.sun.com/j2ee/blueprints/design_patterns/front_controller/

BTW There's another thread on this here

[This message has been edited by Tim Duncan (edited October 25, 2001).]
 
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