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When i was doing the mock exam on java blackbelt, I encountered some questions about forward referencing. Examples are:



I studied the book from Bert Bates (java5), but I didn't find information aboud forware referencing. Are questions about forward referencing in the SCJP java5 exam? If the answer is yes: where can i find more info on this topic?
 
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I am not sure if 'forward referencing' is on scjp 5 exam or not.
But here is a good blog on this topic.

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Well...!

forward referencing is there on the exam.
 
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thank you for the good blog post. The post helped me getting more clarity about the subject.
 
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