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After reading the RHE book, I started a list of sites to visit to help me study. Usually when you get to a site, it will lead you to a couple more sites. I wrote them down on a piece of paper which is now pretty tattered. This list is not in order of preference, just order on the paper.
home.worldonline.nl/~bmc88/java/javacert/newboone1-19.html www.jaworski.com/java/certification www.geocities.com/SiliconValley/Screen/5046 www.learnjava.com/newtest.html www.geocities.com/siliconvalley/orchard/9362/java/javacert www.geocities.com/siliconvalley/network/3693 www.javaranch.com www.javacert.com
I also had notes on things I should brush up on some more before the exam. Usually because I encountered some mock exam where I didn't get a question right. I'll pass it on in the hopes it might help:
memorize hierarchy for Applet, Panel and Frame.
experiement with bitwise stuff.
Study AWT method names and parameters
study operator precedence
study collections
What is "local inner class"?
study AWT events
I hope this helps.
Consider Paul's rocket mass heater.
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