Apurba Khatua

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Originally posted by Apurba Khatua:
Dear friends,
I have cleared my SCJP and am currently preparing for my next step i.e. Developers Exam.

15 years ago
Dear friends,
I have cleared my SCJP and am currently preparing for my next step i.e. Developers Exam. The problem is I do not have experience on real Java projects. Although I have been working with many simulation project as a part of my job (I am a trainer currently working with IBM Global Learning Services) where I have to train up people in how to use Java technology at work.
Any Help is welcome.....
Thanks

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A K
Sun Certified Programmer for the Java 2 Platform
18 years ago
Wow that's Fantabulous. Congrats Buddy! Well done.
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A K
Sun Certified Programmer for the Java 2 Platform
19 years ago
Thanks again all of you.
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A K
Sun Certified Programmer for the Java 2 Platform
19 years ago
Congratulations! on your success.
I am also waiting for the certificate. Do you Know how long it takes?
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Sun Certified Programmer for the Java 2 Platform
19 years ago
1. s1.equals(s2) is true b'cos -> comparing the values of 2 object which is same ie. "amit".
2. s1==s2 is true b'cos -> both have values which is from the same pool of values (where only one copy of "amit" exists).
3. s3.equals(s4) is true b'cos -> see the 1st point.
4. s3==s4 is false b'cos -> the point to 2 different "amit" ( 2 different objects)
Hope this helps.
Apurba.
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Sun Certified Programmer for the Java 2 Platform
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This is not the correct way to look at 'literals'.
JLS �3.9 specifically states that true and false are boolean literals and null is a null literal.
The literals true, false and null may not be used as identifiers i.e. you cannot name a variable, class, method, etc true, or false or null. The same goes for all the keywords.
On the exam, watch what you are being asked: to select keywords or to select legal identifiers.
Hope that helps.
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Jane Griscti
Sun Certified Programmer for the Java� 2 Platform
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What Jane says is very true.

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Sun Certified Java2 Programmer
Thanks all of you for a pat on the back.
19 years ago
Through this forum I would like to thank Java Ranch, AmanDeep, Authors of the certification books and all of my well wishers.
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19 years ago