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Sybex 816. Chapter 6 review question 14 inconsistency

 
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Hello Jeanne and Scott, I believe that there is a small inconsistency in Chapter 6 review question 14. It suggests introducing the third module magic.helper but answers contain instead of the module magic.helper.  

Suppose you have a project with one package named magic.wand and another project with one package named magic.potion. These projects have a circular dependency, so you decide to create a third project named magic.helper. The magic.helper module has the common code containing a package named magic.util. For simplicity, let's give each module the same name as the package.
Excerpt From: 2020. “Boyarsky J., Selikoff S. - OCP Oracle Certified Professional Java SE 11 Programmer II Study Guide  



E. requires magic.util; in the potion project

F. requires magic.util; in the wand project



 
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Agreed. Added to errata. Also, thank you for explaining it this way. This errata was actually reported already, but I missed the point of it and thought it wasn't wrong!
 
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You are welcome. I am glad to be helpful. Thank you for the great book.  
 
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