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SCJD 5.0 <-> JDK 5.0 ?

 
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Hi guys,

working on SCJD 5.0 I just wondered if this also implies sticking to JDK 5.0 ?
I used JDK 6.0, since there's some useful classes, but anyway, is this allowed having been assigned a 5.0 exam?

Kind regards,
Andy
 
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See: SCJD Faq, SDK/JDK version
 
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Hi Andy,

Jari provided an excellent link. Besides that, I believe that the official title of the certification is "Sun Certified Developer for the Java Platform, Standard Edition", so without 5.0 or 6 or 1.4.

Kind regards,
Roel
 
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