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Hi all!
Marcus Greens mock ( http://www.jchq.net/mockexams/exam2.htm ) has following question:
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Question 22)
What can cause a thread to stop executing?
1) The program exits via a call to System.exit(0);
2) Another thread is given a higher priority
3) A call to the thread's stop method.
4) A call to the halt method of the Thread class
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Is it really necessary to display the option 3 since that method is deprecated?
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I think, option 3 is given to confuse candidate and test it's knowledge(that's what exams are for!)
And one shd not choose that option.Am I rite?
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May be we guess that SUN won't ask such questions in the real exam.
In my opinion, the mock exams were written even before JDK 1.2.2 has come in to force and hence such questions may be there. Better answer or ignore.
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tvs sundaram.
 
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You have to remember so that you don't get confused int eh exam that Stop , Resume & Suspend are deprecated methods.

Originally posted by Antti Barck:
Hi all!
Marcus Greens mock ( http://www.jchq.net/mockexams/exam2.htm ) has following question:
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Question 22)
What can cause a thread to stop executing?
1) The program exits via a call to System.exit(0);
2) Another thread is given a higher priority
3) A call to the thread's stop method.
4) A call to the halt method of the Thread class
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Is it really necessary to display the option 3 since that method is deprecated?


 
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Hi Swati!
Option 3 IS a right answer, but that was not what I was pondering about.
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Hi Roopa!
I think that questions concerning deprecated functions might be formed in another context than in this one.
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Hi Sundram!
I think that you are right
But, unfortunately, mocks are over for me (effectively, that is). I try the odds with the real beast tomorrow 9:00 AM (GMT+2)
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The real exam will not ask you to choose among deprecated methods. stop() will stop a thread even though it is deprecated.
 
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I was under the impression that at one time (possibly before the last revision of the exam database), deprecated methods could come up in the exam. This may no longer be true, and I think I should err on the side of assuming it is true (ie I should not be mentioning them in my exam).. Thanks for antti for drawing my attention to this thread.
The usual confusion about this question is the use of the word can instead of will. A subtle but important difference.

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According to RHE (and they wrote the test) "the stop() method is therefore no longer part of the Certification exam." (page 216)
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Well, my only study source has been RHE eTrainer
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