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how answer should be given when questions like where is wait() located ?
answer :
java.lang.Object
Or,
Object
I have some confusion over this, bcoz any mock exam has programmed to match answers but they are no to handle with this situation. Although both are correct.
 
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I would go with your first answer, but from my experience, I don't think you'd get a fill in the blank question like that.

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Sean u are right ...
I know that , i have written that it is problem in mock exam
of "MindQ"(not mentioned)
any way thanx for confirmation
 
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