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Errata for OCP: Oracle Certified Professional Java SE 8 Programmer II Study Guide - Chapter 10 - #13  RSS feed

 
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The explanation to question #13 says:

This means that rs is no longer open by the println,...



Should say:

This means that rs is no longer open by the rs.next(),...

 
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Please supply the author's name to make it easier to identify the book. Please supply fuller details about the question, so those of us who don't have that book know what the problem is.
 
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That's my book. and Jorge is right. I've added it to the errata.

The gist is that the answer is correct. The code does in fact throw an exception because the ResultSet is closed. However, it does so a line earlier than we indicated.
 
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