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how did u state in ur documentation that u used Java 1.5? what are the reasons, benefits and motivation? how did u express the usage of Java 1.5
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I used generics, autoboxing/unboxing and enhanced for loop. Generics made the code clearer in many parts, at least when you get used to the syntax. I use the IntelliJ IDEA IDE for development, which has a refactoring button that generifies the whole project, so that was a breeze.
The title of the certification is "Sun Certified Developer for the Java 2 Platform". No version stated. I haven't received any papers yet, so I cannot tell what they will say. At least my SCJP certification states 1.4 in CertManager. I will be in touch when I receive the papers. Nick, I see your SCJD has a version. Did you have a version displayed in CertManager?
I didn't state in my documentation why I used 1.5. I thought that would be unnecessary. I don't think anyone using 1.4 states in the documentation why they chose 1.4 instead of 1.3 either.
Special thanks to you Andrew for all your postings. I found quite many helpful ideas in them.
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Did you have a version displayed in CertManager?
Yes. It stated that SCJD 1.4.
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