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how to submit questions for the URLyBird assignment

 
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I know upto this time many assignments might be issued by Sun to the candidates. Infact i know people who want to ask questions abt Fly By Night they use the convention as "FBN:" in the subject to ask questions of this kind.....
How we shud write the subject for the URLyBird assignment?
 
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Hi Monu,
The only rule if this one : "If you're taking Sun's new exam, please prefix your message subjects with 'NX:'". Now the "new" assignments are not so new anymore, in such a way that posts of candidates who got some "old" assignment become the exception on this forum. Anyway, it's still "the" rule.
If your question is general (and many questions are because assignments are quite similar), I wouldn't care about telling your specific assignment. If you think your question is specific to URLyBird, you may mention "URLyBird" in the title.
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Phil.
 
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