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some API related doubt.

 
dolly shah
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I am taking Whizlabs exams. I found formatter class & it's methods, Matcher class's replaceAll method, Externalizable interface, Locale.getAvaibleLocale() method. These are all asked in drag & drop questions. So I am not able to give proper answer.
These are all not introduced in K & B book. Should I expect this kind of questions in the real exam? As I am very near to take the real exam. I appreciate your help. Please let me know.
 
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I am also have this question.
 
dolly shah
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Please someone help me to come out from this doubt.
 
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please reply.
 
Yogesh Baraskar
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Hi

I have read on some sites that you can expect this kinds of questions
on exam.
Although they will be very few, and since its drag and drop answers it can have many permutations of answer.
So do not ignore this type of questions.

Some , SCJP experts of our group could suggest you more on this.

Yogesh
 
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Hi Guys,

Kathy and I are fortunate to be able to participate in the creation of the real Sun exam. We try to cover about 110% of what you need to know for the real exam, and as far as I know we haven't left anything out

The authors of mock exams have to make some guesses in their questions, and to be safe they tend to cover more ground than they need to - better to know too much than not enough. Anyway. long story short, it's fairly common to find topics in mock exam questions that aren't on the real exam.

hth,

Bert
 
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