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Dan's Questions on the topic "Flow Contol ,Assertions and Exceptions"

Geeta Gune

Joined: Mar 19, 2002
Posts: 17
I would like to know the level of questions in Dan's mock exams in sub topic "Exceptions" in the topic "Flow Contol ,Assertions and Exceptions". Is it tougher than the real exam?? i mean they were quite complicated and time-consuming specially the questions asked in multiple try-catch-finally blocks.
Any help on this topic is appreciated.
Roan Nicolas

Joined: Nov 11, 2002
Posts: 23
Yeah, they're a bit tougher compared to the real exams but they will help a lot since you can learn so much from them. I know they can be quite confusing but once you've understand them you'll make it through the real exam!

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Dan Chisholm
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Joined: Jul 02, 2002
Posts: 1865
For the December 4 version of the exam I simplified the control flow and exception handling questions. Some of them are probably still more difficult than the real exam but not a lot more difficult.
My questions tend to be more time consuming than the real exam so I wouldn't use my exam to predict the time that you will need for the real exam. My exam is best used as a learning tool so just relax and learn what you can.
I think that my assertions questions are probably more difficult than the real exam.

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