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How to understand the title of the instruction document?

 
Along huang
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In my instrtuctions given by Sun, the title is "Sun Certified Developer for the Java 2 Platform: Application Submission (Version 1.3.2)", however the "Version 1.3.2" puzzle me, whether it mean I must develop the project in JDK1.3.2 environment?

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In my instrtuctions given by Sun, the title is "Sun Certified Developer for the Java 2 Platform: Application Submission (Version 1.3.2)", however the "Version 1.3.2" puzzle me, whether it mean I must develop the project in JDK1.3.2 environment?


You can develop your assignments using any JDK prior to J2SE 5.0.

The version only means the version of your assignment. There are several assignments that develop the same system, but the interface given by SUN differs.

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Anton Golovin
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Originally posted by Along huang:
In my instrtuctions given by Sun, the title is "Sun Certified Developer for the Java 2 Platform: Application Submission (Version 1.3.2)", however the "Version 1.3.2" puzzle me, whether it mean I must develop the project in JDK1.3.2 environment?

best regards


Hi, Along. The version of the assignment is unrelated to the version of the Java Development Kit to use. There are three different assignments for this exam, and each assignment has different versions, differing from one another.
 
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