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Following question is taken from JWeb+.

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.
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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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