Here is my code. Is there a better way to do this without using the string replace function? I can use regex to replace all alphabets with spaces but wanted to know if I can somehow specify the characters to ignore when converting the string to date.
Here is my code. When I run this, I just see a empty box without scroll bars. I think the scroll bars show up automatically as the text size increases. But I don't see the text field in the Scroll Pane. What am I missing here?
I know I am supposed to post this in results section but I had some questions which might be useful to future test takers.
First, what is the questionnaire about test takers experience before the actual exam begins? Do the answers change the questions we get? Because I answered everything as 'intermediate' except for J2EE patterns to which I answered 'novice'. And I got about 12 questions on patterns. I always thought I wouldn't get more than 4 or 5 questions on patterns. Is this just a coincidence?
Second, I read somewhere in HFSJ that we wont be tested on HTML knowledge but there was a question in which choosing the correct answer actually comes down to your knowledge of HTML. I am very sure of this because the actual EL code is exactly the same and the only difference is the way it should be displayed and that needs HTML knowledge.
Other than that I felt it would really be great if they could show us the correct answers because I went through all the answers more than once and had about 50 mins left. Still I got 6 answers wrong. I guess those 6 questions will remain a unsolved mystery to me.
If the HttpServlet abstract class implements all the doXXX methods, why is it an error if a 'get' request is made and there is no doGet() in the servlet? Why doesn't the inherited doGet() run and display a empty page?
When the location of tag files is already standardized i.e WEB-INF/tags or WEB-INF/tags/moreTags etc, whats the point in again giving the same path in tag dir?
Also even If I give tagdir='WEB_INF/someDir', it wont look for tags in that folder right? So I don't see the use of giving a tagdir at all. But why is it mandatory?