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Applets and javadoc??

 
denish mehta
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Hey
I have seen objectives of SCJP they don't state any thing about applets or javadoc.But KAM has given them do we ,or do we not need to know them.if yes upto which level??
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Denish
 
Jane Griscti
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Hi Denish,
Applets and JavaDoc were included in the Java 1 exam but are not part of the objectives for the current Java 2 exam.
Hope that helps.
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denish mehta
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Thanx Jane so i don't need to prepare them
Regards Denish
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Applets are a part of java.awt and will be included on the exam.
 
denish mehta
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Thanx Park "u saved me"
I was going to leave them .
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I don't see any mention of Applet specific topics in the current Objectives list. If anybody got applet topics on a recent exam I would love to hear about it as I am in the middle of revising the Java 2 Exam Cram and Exam Prep books for 2nd editions.
By the way, the package that contains Applet is
java.applet
The Applet class inherits from java.awt.Panel - that is the connection between AWT and Applet.
Bill

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Jane Griscti
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Hi Denish, Cameron ...
There were no questions relating to either Applets or JavaDoc on the exam I took in December.
Like Bill, haven't run across anyone reporting such questions either.
java.awt package questions focused on Layout Managers and what happens when containers are re-sized; for which you need to understand the paint(), repaint(), update() methods.
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denish mehta
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Thanx a lot all of u guys
I think i should do some applets from KAM and leave javadoc
for good.
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Denish Mehta
 
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