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format of type-in questions on exam?

Max Tomlinson
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Joined: Jul 17, 2001
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Hi all-
Regarding the accepted format of type-in questions on the Sun SCWCD exam:
a) case sensitive? e.g. senderror ok instead of sendError?
b) method signatures required?
c) for JSP XML, is the < and > required e.g <jsp:include> or jsp:include? Or both?
d) any other gotchas
thanks in advance,
max
Allan Moster
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Joined: Sep 14, 2001
Posts: 153
Originally posted by Max Tomlinson:

Hi all-
Regarding the accepted format of type-in questions on the Sun SCWCD exam:
a) case sensitive? e.g. senderror ok instead of sendError?

It is definitely case-sensitive.
b) method signatures required?
No. You are to identify the only the method names.
c) for JSP XML, is the < and > required e.g <jsp:include> or jsp:include? Or both?
< and > are not required.
d) any other gotchas
Just study and you'll be ok!
 
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