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K&B SCJP Book - Chapter 10

 
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I was reading somwere and it said that this book is usefull for both SCJP and SCJD... I also read (forgot were) that Chapter 10 is for SCJD.. I would like to confirm somthing...

To Pass SCJP I study Chapter 1 - 9 and to pass SCJD I use Chapter 10?? (I know that I have to do a project as well for SCJD but do I use chapter 10 as aid for SCJD?

or did I miss somthing?

Thanks all
 
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Originally posted by Clinton Magro:
...or did I miss somthing?


Yes, one thing. Whether the book is for SCJP 1.4 or SCJP 5?
 
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Thanks for your reply.

The book is for SCJP 5 and by "YES" you mean I should only study upto chapter 9?? (hoping )


{[(Not that I intend NOT to make the SCJD, but I need motivation and by passing SCJP, I would have a great boost )]}
 
Akhilesh Trivedi
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Oh! I wish I could avoid leting down your hopes...

Follow the first link from here

Find exam objectives and match them with those in chapter 10 of your book.

I can fish for you today, but I would like to teach you fishing so that you dont have to starve tomorrow.
 
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Hi,

Sorry for making you disappointed. I think you we need to study chapter 10, because it is covering objectives 7.1, 7.2 and 7.5.

Regards,
Satabdi

One small request:

Can you tell me the question will be like this: (number of correct options are mentioned)

11. Which are true? (Choose all that apply.)
A. The java command can access classes from more than one package, from a single JAR file.
B. JAR files can be used with the java command but not with the javac command.
C. In order for JAR files to be used by java, they MUST be placed in the /jre/lib/ext subdirectory
within the J2SE directory tree.
D. In order to specify the use of a JAR file on the command line, the JAR file's path and
filename MUST be included.
E. When a part of a directory tree that includes subdirectories with files is put into a JAR file,
all of the files are saved in the JAR file, but the subdirectory structure is lost.

or, it will be like this number of correct options are mentioned)11. Which are true? (Choose 2)
A. The java command can access classes from more than one package, from a single JAR file.
B. JAR files can be used with the java command but not with the javac command.
C. In order for JAR files to be used by java, they MUST be placed in the /jre/lib/ext subdirectory
within the J2SE directory tree.
D. In order to specify the use of a JAR file on the command line, the JAR file's path and
filename MUST be included.
E. When a part of a directory tree that includes subdirectories with files is put into a JAR file,
all of the files are saved in the JAR file, but the subdirectory structure is lost.
 
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hi satabdi!
Following text has been snapped from Introduction Section (before chapter 1)of K&B book under the sub-title... "Multiple Choice Questions"


In earlier versions of the exam, when you encountered a multiple-choice question you were not told how many answers were correct, but with each version of the exam, the questions have become more difficult, so today each multiple-choice question tells you how many answers to choose.

 
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To make it short:

You HAVE to study chapter 10 as well for SCJP!



Bu.
 
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Originally posted by Burkhard Hassel:
To make it short:

You HAVE to study chapter 10 as well for SCJP!



Bu.



Gotchya !! THANKS EVERYONE
Thinking of doing it in 2 - 3 weeks... been studying full time for 3 months now.. Should be enough I hope.. Altough I don't get more then 60% in the book examples.

Thanks for now
 
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Hi Akhilesh,

Thanks a lot, I missed the part.

Regards,
Satabdi
 
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