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another question from E. Cobians test..

 
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hi
Question--------
Which of the following statements regarding HttpRequest methods are correct?
1) getHeaderNames returns an Enumeration
2) getHeaders returns a String[]
3) getHeaderValues returns a String[]
4) getIntParameter returns an int
the answer or this in the test is 1 but isn't 2 also correct??

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Hi,
there is no HttpRequest class, but HttpServletRequest.
anyway getHeaders returns an Enumeration. check the servlets' api.
 
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yeah thanks Asher checked that out too..
 
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