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HF and real exam

 
Ion Gherasim
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The HF book is great but I have one question: inside the book there are explained a lot of interfaces with some methods and to the end of each it is written: "//MANY more methods" so the real exam will be focused ONLY to the listed methods or CAN cover all interface's methods?
 
J Haley
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Why are some of the methods bold? For example, p124 under javax.servlet.Servlet and javax.servlet.GenericServlet has destroy() in bold.
 
Ramnathan Ravindran
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Kathy,
As far as i am concerned, the book is really good. I am working as a Analyst and in the mean time i study for the WCD exam. I have gone through 100 pages in just 17 hours. I am able to remember what i have gone thorugh, but my concern is i am aiming at a real good score. Will the contents of the book alone help me out in achieving my goal?
 
Ion Gherasim
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Hello all,
Thank you for answer. Book is really "A Brain-Friendly Study Guide" that permits an accelerated learning. During the process of development we are facing with all kind of API but my question was related only to the exam's requirements. Now everything is clear. Tx
[ September 27, 2004: Message edited by: Ion Gherasim ]
 
Chengwei Lee
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You definitely need to know those methods that were explicitly listed. If you're aiming for 100%, no harm going through the APIs.
 
Kathy Sierra
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That's right... if we say " // more methods" but don't explicitly list them, it means we (exam developers) considered them less critical for you to memorize, so you won't need to know them for the exam. We figure you have ENOUGH to memorize for this exam...

good luck,
Kathy
 
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