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Steven Colley
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Joined: Feb 18, 2005
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For which of the following classes does the security manager NOT apply restrictions?

I was taking a look at spec, but dind�t find anything about it.

The possible answers are: Permission class, Classes loaded from the system's boot classpath ,Locally run classes OR Classes loaded from the default class path Classes within the JRE ?


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Steven Colley
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