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Larry Jones
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I think that there is a typo in this question:
"(#328) True or False: in a try/catch construct, the catch blocks may be written in any order and the most narrow/specific catch argument is chosen at"
Seems like something is missing off the end of this.
Also, I have only seen questions 1-30 and 300-330. Are there more questions as the numbering would indicate? I play this thing everyday. I love is, but I have all the questions memorized. Ok, thanks for the game and any response.
 
Marilyn de Queiroz
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Are you referring to the original game or to the new Beta version?
 
Larry Jones
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I am refering to the original version.
 
Larry Jones
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I found the same question in the beta. It's fixed now: "(#136) True or False: in a try/catch construct, the catch blocks may be written in any order and the most narrow/specific argument is chosen at runtime."
The beta seems to run much smoother than the original. I'll play it from now on. Thank you for the reply.
 
Larry Jones
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In the beta version, I think the answer to number 44 is wrong. Question: Given x=y--; Which of these will be true after execution?
The game says that x==y.
But really x>y.
 
Jim Yingst
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Correct. That fix isn't in the beta yet.
 
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