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J P
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Hi Everybody,
This is my 1st post to the Moose Saloon. I wanted to know if there are mock exam sites that allow one to take Exam Objectives' Section wise tests. This would be of help as I can take a test of the Section I have covered & would not have to wait to complete the entire set of Objectives.
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You may want to try JQPlus. It has the feature that you need.
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hi,
www.javaprepare.com has some questions and tutorial section wise. This is not an actual exam but this helps when u want to analyze yourself to know how much u know in each topic. but this is alone not sufficient. This might give a good start...on basics.
hope this helps.
 
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"J P"
Welcome to JavaRanch.
May I remind you that PROPER NAMES ARE NOW REQUIRED!!?? Please Read the JavaRanch naming policy for more details.
Javaranch appreciates your cooperation to comply with the official naming policy.
Ajith
 
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Dear Sunitha & Paul Anil,
Thanks for the addresses. I'll follow the links.
Dear Ajith,
J P is my Proper Name. It is short for Jai Prakash, but I am J P to all those who know me. I can't say about those who don't.
Kindly bear.
Thanks.
 
Ajith Kallambella
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I hate to say this, but " J P " is an unacceptable name according to the JavaRanch official naming policy. I suggest you change your sign-in name to Jai Prakash and you can still call yourself "J P" in your messages.
Please do understand that the naming rules were set forth only for maintaining the professional ambience in these discussion forums. While we respect your personal naming preferences, we cannot make any exceptions to the naming policy.
Thank you for your understanding,
Ajith
 
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Ajith:
This is just a suggestion.
Is it possible to upgrade the registration validation such
that , folks who register without adhering to the naming
policy are checked at that point itself and allow them
to register successful only when the adhere the rules
properly.
Jeban
( It will make u less of a villian )
 
Ajith Kallambella
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Jonathan,
I like your suggestion. Quite a few people have suggested this remedy to the problem of enforcing naming policy violations. I will definitely bring this to the attention of the Trailboss Paul Wheaton.
In the meantime I hope people reconsider calling me a villain. I am quite a nice person
Ajith
 
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I am moving this discussion to JavaRanch forum, which is the place to discuss about this site in general. Please do participate!!
Ajith
 
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hi,
u can try this
int var= Integer.parseInt(String)
this converts the String to equivalent integer
gayathri
 
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