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Hi,
I'm scjp and I want to take developer exam, how to proceed for developer exam? Where to register? give some info, please.
Thanks,
Anand
Hi Angela,
From the following links we can get XML stuff.
http://www.stud.ifi.uio.no/~lmariusg/download/xml/xml_eng.html http://www.oasis-open.org/cover/xmlIntro.html http://msdn.microsoft.com/xml/tutorial/default.asp#top

[This message has been edited by Anand M S (edited September 19, 2000).]
HI,
U can get SUN's XML parser and related stuff from sun site.
Anand

[This message has been edited by Anand M S (edited September 19, 2000).]
Hi Krishna,
The answer must be "onemore" followed by "Two", becasue in swap method u r changing the actual contents of the object a, by appending "one", so it will be reflected in main object and the value of "a" would be "onemore", then u r assigning the a reference to b, in swap method the b would be pointing to the same object as "a" and the b would contain "onemore" in swap method, but in main , the b contents will remain un changed.
Actually we R changing the reference of object copy of b in the swap method only, so the changes will not be reflected in main method.
Anand
Hi Antra,
Answer is D,when we create the sub class object, first the base class default
no-argument constructor will be called, but here in base class (mainClass) there is no default no-argument constructor. U have provided the constructor "mainClass(int i)", so the no-argument constructor will not be added automatically. If u remove the constructor(mainClass(int i)) from base class, then default no-argument constructor will be added autoamtically and it works fine, other wise we need to provide
no-argument default constructor as well.
I hope this will help u
Anand

[This message has been edited by Anand M S (edited August 24, 2000).]
[This message has been edited by Anand M S (edited August 24, 2000).]
Thanks maha anna! I will call the SUN over phone today
Thanks,
Anand
Hi All,
I cleared SCJP2 long back, they sent my cerificate to the address which I gave. But I moved from that place so the postman sent it back to the SUN. Whom should i contact to get my certificate back? please help me
Thanks,
Anand

[This message has been edited by Anand M S (edited May 04, 2000).]
Hi Alkesh,
I think Marcus Green's mock exams are closely matches the real test, and remaining mock exams are really tough.
Thanks,
Anand

Hi All,
I passed the SCJP2 with 90%. Not a good score. I thank one and all who helped me directly and indirectly. This site really good for preparation. Once again I thank Tony, Jim, Mahaanna and Ramamurthy.
Thanks,
Anand
Hi All,
Does interrupt() method stops the thread from executing??
As per my knowledge it will wakeup the waiting thread, right?
if I am wrong pl correct me
Thanks,
Anand
Hi,
When we invoke isAlive() on suspended thread, what will it return, true or false? I have gone through the APIdocumentation but I didn't get it
please help me
Thanks,
Anand
[This message has been edited by Anand M S (edited March 15, 2000).]
Hi Rama,
Congratulations!
could u please send me the notes and exam tips to my id "anandms5@yahoo.com"
Thanks,
Anand
Jim, Tony, Rao thanks to one and all
Hi,
I have bit confusion about GC, pl help me

String objects which are not created by new operator are not eligible for GC? i.e Strings created in string pool are never be eligible for GC
Example:
String str = "Hello";
str = null;
str = "srisri";
String "Hello" will be eligible for GC?
or the strings which are created by the new operator only eligible for GC?

Thanks,
Anand
[This message has been edited by Anand M S (edited February 23, 2000).]