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Consider the following list of tags and attributes of tags and select the ones which can legally be placed between the <applet> and </applet> delimiters.
1) jar
2) code
3) name
4) param
 
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Applets are not covered as part of the SCJP2 exam. I'm moving this to Applets.
Corey
[ June 14, 2002: Message edited by: Corey McGlone ]
 
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Are you asking us a question to test our knowledge or are you asking someone here to help you answer it?
If it the first then you should just crete your own mock exam and put it up somewhere. If it the latter then you could try to anseer it yourself first and let us know your thoughts on it that way you can get some feedback on it. Otherwise your likely to get answer like:
"The answer is A and C"
With no further explanation because you didn't ask for any. On the other hand a post like:

I read the following question in a mock
Consider the following list of tags and attributes of tags and select the ones which can legally be placed between the <applet> and </applet> delimiters.
1) jar
2) code
3) name
4) param
I think the answer is 1 and 2 but the test says 3 and 4 and I'm not sure why

I can almost guarantee you'll get a better response the second way than just posting a question. If you just post a question no one knows why and you'll probably get shorter answers than if you had told us what problem you had with the question.
Just trying to help you get the best responses for your posts
 
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