Donald Gatan wrote:CONGRATULATIONS!!!
May I know what specific book did you use? Is it the K&B Mc Graw Hill - SCJP Sun Certified Programmer for Java 6 Exam 310-065 (2008) or the First Head Java 2nd edition? Thank you.
Seetharaman Venkatasamy wrote:serialize and deserialize should be in different class.
note: please search first. this kind of topics discussed many times here in javaranch
Ash Gill wrote:i will suggest drop them an e-mail or call them. but i tried that free exam, it was too easy. you can find loads of such questions online, try certpal.com .. it offers free mock tests in an online exam simulation environment.
Bert Bates wrote:It could be that the question has been recreated well enough for the purpose of this conversation, but it's not quite verbatim. So, if a lot of further discussion is generated, it should start with a verbatim recreation of the original question
Thorsten Schneider wrote:Anytime you create an object of type Dozens, it has an int array called dz as a member variable. So line 6 is the first object of type Dozens, line 7 are the next 2 objects created (one of type Dozens and one of type int associated with it), as well as line 8 where another Dozens object with it's associated int is created. That's a total of 5 objects.