For question 13, answer f means one is answering based on whether it is technically possible or not. If we keep same logic in mind while answering next question say 14 answer b] They can support overloaded constructors should be correct, as long as class provides a default constructor.
I tried it out and it works perfectly fine. Technically it's possible, and I know it does not make much sense to overload a constructor. But yes, it's possible. So I selected it as answer. Now how do one answer such questions?
Any thoughts on above please? [ November 04, 2004: Message edited by: Sandesh Tathare ]
Regards,<br />Sandesh<br />(SCJCP, SCWCD, SCBCD - 99%, OCP-1)<br /> <br />Either find a way or create one.
Questions like this would most likely be weeded out during the beta testing period. You will get very few, if any, ambiguous question on the actual exam. I wouldn't sweat it. (I always test poorly on mock exams because of this very reason; when I take the actual exam, I do much better.)