I have selected "False" as there is no such MultiThreadModel, but the answer is "True". The explaination for that is: MultiThreadModel is not a standard interface. It may be a user defined interface and in that case, the given statement is correct. Could someone please explain it. I just wonder if such type of questions that might have double answer will be in the real exam. Thanks, Arun
Strictly speaking, the argument that it is true is correct, but IMHO I think it's bad question. I suppose it's just trying to test whether the examinee is familiar with the SingleThreadModel interface, but the question seems to be of no practical value. [ July 10, 2002: Message edited by: Anthony Villanueva ]
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