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when is java 1.6 realeasing?
 
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Hi,

Welcome to Ranch!

If you mean Java 1.6 exam, there is no information as I know.
If you mean about JDK 1.6, I am already using that.


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krishna
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Hai Chandra,

is java 1.6 and jdk1.6 different?
i am planning to take up scjp exam . and i heard taking certification exams when the new version releases, is free for 6 months. is it true?
 
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Both are same.
I have also heard about that, before launching the exam, for sometime there
is beta version of the exam available. If it is completely free or huge
discount is there, or some other restriction like, you must be already
certified from Sun to avail the beta version exam. I am not quite sure.



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Thank you chandra for your reply.
 
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