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Errata for OCP: Oracle Certified Professional Java SE 8 Programmer II Study Guide - page 569

 
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Hello,

Answer to question 9, Chapter 9: it says that Files.lines() returns a Stream<Path> and it is not true, in fact it returns Stream<String>

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You are correct. I've added this to the errata. Thanks for reporting it.
 
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Hello again,

it is not fixed yet. On website says: “Stream” should be Stream“ but not  Stream<Path> should be Stream<String>

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Alfonso Sanz wrote:Hello again,

it is not fixed yet. On website says: “Stream” should be Stream“ but not  Stream<Path> should be Stream<String>

Regards


Heh. That's because I edit in raw HTML and forgot to escape the <.

I had written:


I've edited to escape them so the < show up!
 
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