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Jdk 1.4

 
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hi
I have decided to use jdk1.4 for my developer exam. Please can anyone tell me whether it is ok and anyone has now passed it using jdk 1.4.
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Farouk
 
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Hello Farouk:
If I were you and wanted to use jdk1.4 for scjd, I would have emailed who2contact@central.sun.com.
I think it should not be a problem but to be in the safe side.
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Thanks
I will do that
Farouk
 
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Farouk,
When you get a reply, please let us know what Sun's answer is. I suspect several of us would like to use 1.4 too.
Thanks,
Burk
 
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hi Farouk ,
and all people on this board.
its speciified in specs that u have to use production version of jdk and not development version. So which ever jdk you take up , just take care that it is not beta version.
and regarding information on that u can take a look on www.javasoft.com
 
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