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Everybody is invited to give OPINIONS

Gurpreet Saini
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Hi reader,
Tell me about the db.db file ?. Which API's are given in Data.java file to read data records in db.db file and which API's are you using for reading the records in assignment ?.
[ June 25, 2002: Message edited by: Mark Spritzler ]
BJ Grau
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Here's my opinion - I looked at some of your other posts and you seem to be wildly speculating as to what the assignment is all about, and then asking questions based on your speculation. I would suggest downloading the assignment and reading it over.
To answer your question, you are given a db.db file, and a class Data. Data contains basic methods for manipulating db.db.
John Smith
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Saini titled his topic:
Except Mark Everybody is invited to give OPINIONS

Saini,
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Mark Spritzler
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I will post because again, your questions are not because you have downloaded the assignment. You are asking questions, that if you have signed up for the exam and have downloaded the assignment, you would not ask, and you would realize why your questions are irrelivant.
Mark


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Jason Boutwell
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Yeah Mark, bugger off! You act like you own the place or something!
Gurpreet Saini
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My dear friends Mark and BJ Grau,
I think asking questions is no CRIME. Yes, it may seem to you I am getting wild on db.db file and Data.java classes. This seems you so because you might be rich with money but I am not rich. I had to invest my hard earned income in this exam. So, you please tell what is there wrong if I ask some questions for the sake of my knowledege and preparation of my exam. There are some beautifull guys on here they are helping me a lot they do not get exassarate rather they answer all my questions. Ravindra is one of them. If you (Mr Mark and BJ Gaur) are getting irritated with my questions then you dont come to my post and no need to respond me . Please do not waste your precious time.
thanks,
Junilu Lacar
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Joined: Feb 26, 2001
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Gupreet,
The issue is not with your asking questions, it's with the kind of questions you are asking. This forum is here so that people can ask legitimate questions about the Sun Certified Developer exam. However, the way questions are asked and answered is somewhat limited by the non-disclosure agreement with Sun that we all accepted when we download the assignment (you do remember this, don't you?) to not disclose any information about the exam that will jeopardize its integrity. It is one of the jobs of the moderators, namely Mark, to make sure that posts keep with this obligation.
We do not want to diminish the value of the certification in any way now, do we?
If you have not downloaded the assignment, I suggest that you get a copy of RHE in order to prepare for the exam. Read up on Swing, RMI and design patterns. Read the posts in this forum about locking and unlocking. But please don't ask speculative questions regarding the details of the assignment. Some people who also worked hard for the money they paid to take this exam may find it offensive.
I am closing this thread as I don't think there is anything of substance or relevance that can be added to it.
Best regards,
Junilu Lacar
Bartender and SCJD wannabe
 
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