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YekSoon Lok

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I installed jre1.4 and update the java plugin accordingly for mozilla.
when I go to roundup, the applet will load but
it can't accept my choice.
I click on the selections and it sort of reset,
thus preventing me from advancing from question 1.
18 years ago
the answer posted by JavaRanch is:
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No.
You can declare or initialize more than one variable in a for loop, but you can't mix declaration with initialiazation.
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any idea what it means?
18 years ago
this is actually from JavaRanch ...
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is this legal?
int i;
for(i=4, int t=6; i<0; i++)
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18 years ago
I am preparing for my SCJP and I just make a small observation
for "what makes a legal identifier?"
if you have previous experience in C++ and some form of Unix scripting (like Perl), you will know that
1. in C++, identifiers can start with "_" , the underscore
2. in Perl, identifiers start with "$", dollar sign.
and of course, most of you knows that identifiers can start with
a character.
Now, combine the 3 and u have a guideline for "what makes a legal identifier" or "what is a legal declaration?"
1. can start with characters
2. can start with underscore
3. can start with dollar sign
anything outside of this will not be correct?
is this observation right?
thanks