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HEllo everybody .. am new to javaranch.. its a simple question i am shooting here.. and am new to java as i am preparing fo scjp xam.
true OR false???
An object Serialized on one JVM can be successfully Deserialized on another JVM???

one more question,... this is from scjp java5 study guide from kathy sierra and bert bates.. 310-055,, page number 75;question no-5
which mathod nameS follow the JavaBeans naming standard??
A. addSize.
B. getCust.
C. deleteRep.
D. isColorado.
E. putDimentions.

the answer is given here as B. getCust and D. isColorado...

i suspect the answer A. addSize is also right as per what i studied.
any method that starts with prefixes-- get,is,set,add and remove

then why A. addSize marked as wrong here.

 
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Welcome to JR !

mohammad shaid wrote:
An object Serialized on one JVM can be successfully Deserialized on another JVM???


http://forums.sun.com/thread.jspa?threadID=5403597

mohammad shaid wrote:i suspect the answer A. addSize is also right as per what i studied.
any method that starts with prefixes-- get,is,set,add and remove

then why A. addSize marked as wrong here.


As far as my knowledge is concerned, the set, get and is are only valid prefixes for bean.
 
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add is valid prefixes for bean.
Listener method names used to "register" a listener with an event source must use the prefix add, followed by the listener type.
For example, addActionListener() is a valid name for a method that an event source will have to allow others to register for Action events.
Therefore option (A) is invalid.
 
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Serialization is not a part of the SCJP objectives any more, so you don't have to worry about that for your preparation...
 
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Ankit Garg wrote:Serialization is not a part of the SCJP objectives any more, so you don't have to worry about that for your preparation...



i am writing the scjp 5 i.e 310-055 exam.. it has the objectives of serialization as far as i refer K&B.. if you can help me get to the present objectives or a place where it s speacified that serialization s not included then i will b thankful
 
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