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sun par
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Hi,
Can anyone suggest some material for wrappers,string,stringbuffer and math class. Is looking at the API enough??
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Originally posted by sun par:
Hi,
Can anyone suggest some material for wrappers,string,stringbuffer and math class. Is looking at the API enough??
Thanks

I haven't written the exam yet so take this anyway you like, but I'd guess the API is more than enough. I've used wrappers, math and string in almost all my work and the API is where I learned from. Stringbuffer was something new to me at first, but the API is quite simple, just watch out for equals() in stringbuffer
 
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Thanks Daniel
 
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Do we have to know all the methods in these classes?
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Of course can learn everything that you need to know about the java.lang package by reading the javadocs, but it is also important to remember that the exam only covers a subset of the material in the javadoc. Make sure that you read the exam objectives carefully.
 
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