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Deepak Chopra
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Hi guys,

Just want to know that, Do we have hardcore OOP questions in SCJP ?
Why I am asking this because I am an electronic guy..!!! In my university we don't have any subject related to programing..only electronics,electronics and electronics...!!! So Basically I am not aware of OOP Jargon ? Even though if someone ask me how Java implement OOP? I don't know..!! I learn with my Own style..!! I have my Own concept in JAVA..May be they are OOP's concept..but i don't know..!!!

In some of the mock Exams, I found some question that ask about Association or something like that..I found a lot of difficulty while answering these question ?

Do I need to go through OOP's book before I go for Exam?
 
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Don't know about the exam, but don't go telling anybody you want a job from that you don't know object-orientation!
 
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of course, telling them you DO know OOP principles when you don't is also a bad idea.
 
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This question is probably more at home in the SCJP forum. I'll move it there.
 
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See "Section 5: OO Concepts" under Sun's description for SCJP 1.5 (CX-310-055). (This is the same for 1.6.)
 
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Well I am not worrying about Job, I am already working in a very good company..!!
I have just finished my training, i was expecting that they will teach us OOP in the training, but as most of guys were from Compute science and IT so they skipped that part.Thats why I was asking ?
Anyway I think I should at least once go through the OOP's book..!!!
 
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Good idea to go through an OO book, or better still an OO course. You will need to understand OO to do any Java programming.


And about people from IT and computer science not being interested in OO?
 
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Originally posted by Campbell Ritchie:


And about people from IT and computer science not being interested in OO?


Generally during the training the classes would be conducted based on the majority That's what Sunny is worried of!
 
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Originally posted by Sunny Jain:

I have just finished my training, i was expecting that they will teach us OOP in the training, but as most of guys were from Compute science and IT so they skipped that part.Thats why I was asking ?


As said already, it is quite natural.


Anyway I think I should at least once go through the OOP's book..!!!


That's great idea! You can better start reading Thinking In Java or Head First Java.
 
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