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Sybex Practice Tests 11 --- page 249 --- question #20

 
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The provides line should end with a semicolon ;
 
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Confirmed and added to the errata. We've already finished this chapter in the Java 17 book, but I'm checking if we can get it fixed there too.
 
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Good news. I was able to get this fixed in the Java 17 book. (We are done with that chapter but not the entire book so it wasn't too late).

Have a cow for getting an error fixed in an upcoming book.
 
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