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Is Javaranch Coding Standard applicable for SCJD ?  RSS feed

 
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Hi,

I very much appreciate the Javaranch Java Programming Style Guide.

But is this style guide applicable for the SCJD exam

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Darya
 
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Since the Javaranch Coding Standard is offered as an alternative to Sun's Coding Conventions and differs from them in certain respects, I would not recommend use of the Javaranch Coding Standard for the SCJD exam. Rather, I think you should follow Sun's Code Conventions.
 
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Originally posted by Jim Coble:
Since the Javaranch Coding Standard is offered as an alternative to Sun's Coding Conventions and differs from them in certain respects, I would not recommend use of the Javaranch Coding Standard for the SCJD exam. Rather, I think you should follow Sun's Code Conventions.



I believe that its consistency and readability that count. I personally dislike the Sun coding standard, but have chosen to use it and use checkstyle to enforce it. If you chose a different coding style, be sure to document what it is in your choices.txt.
 
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Originally posted by peter wooster:


I believe that its consistency and readability that count. I personally dislike the Sun coding standard, but have chosen to use it and use checkstyle to enforce it. If you chose a different coding style, be sure to document what it is in your choices.txt.



Can I use Javaranch's Style Guide and reference it in choices.txt or should I better get used to Sun's Code Convention to be on the safe side, at least for the SCJD exam?
 
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It is consistency and readability that counts. I choosed not to follow Suns coding standard but i documented how "my style" looks like in the choices doc.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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