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SCJP1.4

 
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Hello Everybody,
I'm preparing for SCJP 1.4. However I have bought Sun Certified Programmer SCJP 5 K & B book.(By Mistake!!).
Can I use the SCJP 5 book for preparing SCJP1.4 exam ? In this case, which topics I have to skip and which new one to add (from exams point of view)?
Also could you please send me the " Table of Contents " for SCJP1.4 book by K&B.
Many Thanks & Regards.
Somesh
 
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Hi SSR
i dont know why you dont go through the SCJP 5 , also you have the study guide that put you on the success road.
me myself ,i didnt hear about the k&B book for 1.4 exam , but if you are so interested to go to that exam ,you can have the book:
Programmers Guide to java certification-- Khaled Mogal ......
it is the best guide for this certification from my perspictive
good luck

[ May 02, 2006: Message edited by: Kaise a.Zakkar ]
 
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SSR Please refrain from duplicate posting. You can always delete your own threads that you start by clicking on the edit icon above your post, and check the Delete CheckBox on the edit screen.

Thanks

"SSR Rathi" I am wondering SSR is your first name and Rathi is your last name? I am confused, which wouldn't be the first time, but does this mee tthe JavaRanch naming policy of using your real first and real last names. If it isn't you can click on the My Profile link above and change it.

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Hi SSR,

SCJP 1.4 objectives.

1.4

Scroll down on this URL for 1.4 objectives.

Thanks.
 
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