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is value in DD tags case sensitive?

 
reubin haz
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I encounted a question like this:

what is the default value of isELIgnored attribute for a JSP 2.0 page?

A. True
B. False
C. None of the above

I thought the answer should be "false", so I selected C. But the given correct answer is B. Which one is really correct? Please confirm, thanks.
 
bulbul rich
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looks like you had overlooked the option? the correct answer is B. False and you selected C by mistake?
 
reubin haz
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I mean to say the correct answer is "false", not "False". Am I right?
 
bulbul rich
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Oh..I see your point. I think they just didn't care about the case sensitivity. But you are ritgh it should be "false" instead of False.
 
reubin haz
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How am I suppose to do if this is in the real exam?
Is case sensitivity ever be a matter we should be aware of in the real exam?

someone please confirm this, thanks.
 
Edisandro Bessa
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Hi reubin,

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 ?
 
reubin haz
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I see, thanks Edisandro
 
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