Ruchir Ghildiyal

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Hi all, I finally cleared the SCJP 1.4 exam (310-035) today after a lot of delay, and to my surprise scored 81%. Me and my would-be, Sheetal, who scored a cool 86% in SCJP 1.4 exam last week, were just hoping for me to score respectable marks, and so I did. First and foremost, I would like to thank my guide and my inspiration, Sheetal, for making me believe in myself and achieving what I achieved. Javaranch has been the most beneficial guide to both of us which not only helped us gain technical knowledge of the exam but also tipped us with hints and approach methodologies. The two-minute drills from Kathy Sierra plus Whizlabs were also very helpful. Hats-off to Whizlabs on creating such a wonderful product.
Above all, I on behalf of me and Sheetal would like to thank all our elders and friends, without the support of whom, it was not possible to take this test and pass the same.

Warm regards
Ruchir.
18 years ago
Also, to print out the result, the program uses System.out.println where it.next() gives an object of DoorKeys. To print out, this object is implicitly converted to String using toString() and since toString() method is overriden here to print out the result between "[" and "]", the value is printed out as [2]. Had the toString() method not been overriden, the result would have been plain vanilla 2.
[ February 26, 2006: Message edited by: Ruchir Ghildiyal ]