Given that java code can be written in unicode, the Lexical Translation
is applied to all java code at compile time so you can use unicode identifiers etc using only ASCII characters. So before a file is compiled all '\uxxxx' occurences in the file will be translated into their unicode equivalent. If you check out an ASCII table, you will find that chars 10 (\u000A) and 13 (\u000D) are line feed and carriage return respectively, so a new line will start straight after these tokens (I doubt you will see this in the exam).
will be translated into
which of course won't compile.
[ May 01, 2006: Message edited by: Kristian Perkins ]