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can v have a discussion about answers which need to be typed in

 
Cherry Mathew
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im confused about the answers which need to be typed in in the JCP exam as i dont want to get an answer wrong bcos of that
someone please list the type of questions and where i got to write the method parameters and where i dont have to put the semicolons
[This message has been edited by Cherry Mathew (edited December 27, 2000).]
 
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The main things on the type in questions:
Read the question very carefully.
Don't type more than is asked for.
Don't use quotes or other punctuation unless the question specifically asks for it.
For example, if they ask for the modifiers for the main method declaration, DON'T type the whole signature, just the modifiers.
In some cases they may give you a list of words to choose from.
Bill

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Cherry Mathew
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can u be more specific like what type of question
which is the code that will replace the comment ?
which method ?
modifiers is ok
 
Rahul Gokhale
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Originally posted by Cherry Mathew:
im confused about the answers which need to be typed in in the JCP exam as i dont want to get an answer wrong bcos of that
someone please list the type of questions and where i got to write the method parameters and where i dont have to put the semicolons
[This message has been edited by Cherry Mathew (edited December 27, 2000).]

ex. if the question asks, Which method is called to make a thread run?
The answer would be run()
If the question asks, name the method to be called to make a thread run?
The answer would be run
i hope its right!
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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