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SCWCD Study Companion - Practical vs. Knowledge

 
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Somewhere in the forums here I read that the major difference between SCWCD 1.4 and SCWCD 5 is an emphasis on practical tasks vs. knowledge. Supposedly the objectives stayed the same, but many of the knowledge based questions changed to be ones where you move around bits of code "magnets" to answer the question. The Head First book has pages in the book that look like these code magnets. I was wondering if your book has something like this or at least something that addresses a need for demonstrating the practical vs. demonstrating knowledge.

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Josh
 
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It seems that he has already answered your question here.
 
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So he has. Thanks!
 
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