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I would like to know the purpose of Logger API and please suggest me some materials about Logger API.

Thanks in Advance
Kaarthick
13 years ago
Hi,

I am new to XML. I need some good book to start with. I need to parse an XML and validate it using JAVA API. So please help me in finding the right book to start with. I dont know which API to use(SAX, DOM, JDOM....).

Thanks in advance
I cleared SCJP last day. I would like to know when will I get my certificate. Will it take one month?
13 years ago
Hi all,

I have cleared SCJP and planning to write SCWCD. Is there any online materials available?. Any good books to follow?. Please inform me.

Thanks
Kaarthick
SCJP5.0 98%
Guys/Gals,

I have cleared SCJP with 98%. Thank you very much to all of you for your timely help. I really love this forum.

Thanks
13 years ago
Hi,

In class Alien there are two invade methods. First invade method can take only one short value and the next one takes array of short value.



You have called the first invade method which takes only one short value.

Hope this clears your doubt.
Gaurav,

show() method is defined as abstract in TestAbs2_class but not implemented in the derived class TestAbsClass2. That is why you are getting this error.

TestAbsClass2 class either define all the abstract methods from the base class or should be marked as abstract.


The first concrete subclass of any abstract class must provide implementation for all abstract methods of its super class



Hope this will clear your doubt.
Hi All,

I heard from my friend that the number of questions for SCJP exam has been increased from 72 to 82.

Is this true?

Thanks in advance
Kaarthick
Still I am not clear.

My question is,

byte b = 100 works fine.

* 100 is an integer literal. It fits within byte range.
* So compiler automatically cast here.

float f = 100.25;

* 100.25 is a double literal. It fits within float range.
* So Why compiler doesn't cast automatically?

I hope my question make sense.

Thanks
Kaarthick
In the following code, byte b = 100 works fine. 100 is an integer literal and it is assigned to byte variable b. Compiler automatically cast integer to byte in this case as 100 is within the range.

But float f = 100.25 produces compiler error. Why compiler doesn't cast this automatically?

Either we have to type float f =100.25f or float f=(flost)100.25.

Please explain me why it is required while handling float?



Thanks in advance.


When i execute the program i got '?' as output. Please clarify me.
is '?' the unicode value for 1000.

Thanks in advance.
13 years ago
Hi all,

Please explain me the following code.






How Minor class constructor uses super class static variable y in its constructor.