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A question about exam 1.4  RSS feed

 
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Hi there:
I understand that awt is out from 1.4 exam. When I read literature on Threads, most examples draw on awt objects to explain the workings of Threads. Would that be the case in exam questions i.e. code snippets will be riddled with awt code. If yes, what level of knowledge is assumed about awt?
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No AWT code will be present in the questions.
 
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Even in the 1.2 exam, the thread-related questions made no reference to AWT.
 
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