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Ok, my second post. I've been taking the java mock exam on javaranch, and I've took the three tests so that I could see the answers, but I've been having this problem, where i can only see the answers to the first set of questions. After the first set is through it just takes me to another 3 rounds of questions. It is driving me crazy. I was wondering if anybody else has experienced this?
I know it says not to use a SDK higher than 1.3, but what can I do? that's all I have right now, is there any way around it? Let me rephrase, any easy way around it?
 
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sorry -- gotta upgrade your JDK -- no way around it that I know of. I'm transferring this to the "JavaRanch" forum -- where the other Mods might be able to help out with the Rules Roundup game.
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I never seen no dead sea squirrels before. Hell, I ain't never seen a live one.
 
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If you have installed Sun's jdk version 1.3.1 or higher, you will need to disable the option to "Use Java 2 v1.3.1_02 for <applet>


This is actually pretty easy. Which OS are you using? Win 9x? Win2k?
 
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windows 2000...I'm running the latest JRE, like 1.4.1_02 or something to that nature (I'm not at the computer right now).
 
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