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Syllabus Q(310-035)

 
Nitin Bhagwat
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In Java 1.4 Exam (310 - 035) StringBuffer is not covered - Is it right?

In case of Strings, I can see only �Describe the significance of the immutability of String objects.� point on Sun website.

Asking this question because on
Dan's Website , it is given String Buffer in Section 8.
Thank you in Advance.
[ November 29, 2004: Message edited by: Nitin Bhagwat ]
 
Joe Borderi
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You appear to be right. Sun's website listing the exam's objectives does not explicitly list StringBuffer. Nonetheless, some (ahem... hint, hint) basic knowledge of StringBuffer is needed.
 
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J is correct! Even though the objectives don't say so, you most probably get several questions that use the more common methods of the StringBuffer class!

- Bert
 
Nitin Bhagwat
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Thank you Borderi / Bert,

Sun's website listing the exam's objectives really needs lot of improvements other than just �StringBuffer�. I was ignoring all StringBuffer questions!!

Anyway, can you please inform what else (similar like StringBuffer) is not mentioned on Sun�s website and they are expecting from us?

Thank you in Advance.
 
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