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For my exam preparation I wrote some 300 mock exam questions based principly on K&B, and I also wrote
a Java quiz engine to quiz myself with the questions. The quiz engine works from the command line.

I've put the single-class source file and the 300-question ".jq" file up on my website if anyone wants
to try it. The questions were written by someone who knows what's confusing to actual certification
candidates and some of them are pretty good. And they're 90% correct.

The quiz interface is nothing special, but the questions really are good at pointing out gotchas and
difficult concepts in K&B. Check them out at jQuiz.

Note: each download file is a simple text file that was created in unix and I put it back into Windows format--
if it opens in your browser rather than prompts you for a download, then go back and right-click the link
and use the save as option. Then open it in notebad on your machine.
 
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