I don't think you would find such ambiguous question in the real exam. As far as I know the real exam mentions everything you need to know to answer the question properly.
I just remember the same situation when I wrote the SCJP 5 exam : In many mock exams, the questions regarding assertions even did not mention whether or not assertions were enabled (which is not enabled by default) and when I saw the correct answer provided by the mock, the question was assuming that assertions were enabled. However, in the real exam, all questions I got about assertions did EXPLICITLY mention whether or not they were enabled.
I don't think you should worry about that. Did you get the point ?
"If someone asks you to do something you don't know how to, don't tell I don't know, tell I can learn instead." - Myself
posted 12 years ago
I see, thanks Edisandro
SCJA, SCJP5.0, SCBCD, SCWCD
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