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Sybex 816. Chapter 2. Page 205. Posible typo

 
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Hello.

Which statements about an optional annotation are correct? (Choose all that apply.)

Selikoff, Scott. OCP Oracle Certified Professional Java SE 11 Programmer II Study Guide (p. 205). Wiley. Kindle Edition.  



"an optional annotation" might be "an optional annotation element"
 
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Please explain more. I am not familiar with the term optional annotation.
 
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The word "element" is probably missing here, it meant "an optional annotation element"
 
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Confirmed and added to the errata. It's page 98 in the paper book for what it's worth. (In other words, Kindle page numbers don't help me)
 
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