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urgent - is this expected in scjp?

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Hi everybody
Actually in lang package i did not include quotes in the fill in the blanks but answered the question correctly. there was no such direction
to include ur answer in quotes but i think it is really stupid even if u answer ur question correctly and do not include in quotes all the 3
questions in lang package i got wrong coz of this only. this is really bad. do not know what to say.
where do we get the direction that fill-in-the-blanks answers are to be given within quotes... is it told b4 the commencement of the exam?
please somebody tell me this asap coz i'm giving the exam this monday.
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Why does this question keep coming up?
With fill in the blank questions don't put in ANYTHING that the question does not ask for. IF it doesn't ask for quotes - DONT PUT THEM IN. Sheesh!
The only time I can imagine quotes being needed would be if it asked for the code to initialize a String variable or something like that.
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