Arun Kumaar

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Recent posts by Arun Kumaar

Thanks for the book, think for a starter that would suffice.

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Arun
14 years ago
JSP
Thanks for the url, but i wasn't able to find any books which can be read online. Do let me know if i'm missing something.

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Arun
14 years ago
JSP
Let me know online books available for learning JSP(do consider myself as a toddler).

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Arun
hi all,

Just fresh after completing my SCJP 1.4 and now would like to learn JSP, do let me know the online books available(easier one's plz).

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Arun
14 years ago
JSP
Could someone explain me the working of the following code



Which method shall these two lines override

new Thread(new A(),"T2").run();
new Thread(new A(),"T3").start();

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Arun
Where do i get register in it, so that i have an user id and pwd

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San: Thanks a ton that worked that is what i was xpecting to happen...i tried this&superbut didn't work.

Mark: Inner class variables has implicit relationship with the outerclass and can be referenced by super...correct me if i'm misfooting.

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Arun


How do i get printed the value of 7?


//OK I Think I got your indentation correct. We have CODE tags which will keep the format of your code. Un-indented code is very difficult to read, especially with inner classes. - Mark

[ June 06, 2005: Message edited by: Mark Spritzler ]
[ June 06, 2005: Message edited by: Mark Spritzler ]
Could u just please update us all how much u scored in all those mocks...so that we can suggest some more.

All the best 4 u'r exams.
Doesn't it becomes a looping construct when combined with continue...

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Arun
though my question seems to be silly, but something in it is nagging me...

1. int I = 0;
2. label:
3. if (I < 2) {
4. System.out.print("I is " + I);
5. I++;
6. continue label;
7. }

The above code will give a compile time error, since the continue is not within the loop, but isn't it residing inside the if loop construct.

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Arun
Congrats do let us know the prep materials u used and the mock test u took...myself planning 4 1, and guys help so that i can post a message like this.

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Arun
15 years ago
Congrats Sinha, do let us know what was the book u used, the sites where u took u'r mock exams...

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Arun
15 years ago
I have a query regarding the program,

1. Commenting the return statement in the catch block you get an compile time error, even substituted with a System.out.println, or left blank

Is it mandatory that catch should have return or some statements with in the {}

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Arun

Could someone explain me the working, when the line10&11 commented and line 6&7 are included(in the program) the program works fine.

The error i get (with line10&11 included) & also explain a brief summary of the error.

( tags added - simple really)
[ May 03, 2005: Message edited by: Barry Gaunt ]