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regarding the exam questions

 
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Hi, I have a feeling that many of the questions posted here are quite twisted that it's almost like searching for bugs in JVM. Is there anyone out there can tell us whether the exam is as into the trivials as many of the questions posted?
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Hi Cameron,
You're right. Many of the posted questions you see are ones which deliberately try to illustrate a particular behaviour that the compiler won't like and some are just trying to catch you out
The real exam presents you with normal code constructs that may or may not have errors. They test your understanding of the rules as they need to be applied to produce code that can be cleanly compiled and executed. They are not written to purposely trip you up

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