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So, I find nearly every question where it asks for a result has those options as answer choices.
However, the problem is that it is hard to detect, because some things I've never heard of or read about are valid syntax and others end up not being when I wasn't sure.
I was wondering if anyone used some kind of check-list when studying that they practiced with to by process of elimination look for anything that throws an Exception at runtime or fails compilation. Such as, maybe they first check to see if there are any illegal conversions, casting errors, method declarations....
What to look for up and down the list to eliminate that as a possible answer.
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