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Hi everybody today I took javacaps JCET exam I am getting 83%
from that exam consistantly, is this enough to go to real exam
I need advice from someone who passed the exam.
And one more think I found:
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49) Which modifier is most suitable for a member variable should be accessible only within the same package?--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

A) protected
B) public
C) no modifer
D) private
But it is showing incorrect answer.
My ans is friendly.
 
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There is no such thing as friendly in Java. If you want a member variable to be accessible only in the same package then no modifier is required. This is called "default" access. So the answer is C.
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Your answer "FRIENDLY" is correct, eventhough it's not one of your choices. This is because, it's synonymous with "NO MODIFIER" - option C
 
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The answer to your question is C..default access..

Originally posted by suma krishnan:
Hi everybody today I took javacaps JCET exam I am getting 83%
from that exam consistantly, is this enough to go to real exam
I need advice from someone who passed the exam.
And one more think I found:


 
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Thanks Madan you got is my answer
Even if I clicked: c(no Modifier)
Test engine is not evaluating answer c. But the answer shows c is the correct.

 
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I am planning to appear next week. Consistanly I am getting 83%
in Jcet. marcus 82%,80%, is this O.k. to pass the exam.
 
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