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pradeepbill arumalla

Joined: Jul 15, 2003
Posts: 19
where is the ListIterator() method implemented?
In which class is the ListIterator() method implemented.

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This is the kind of question that is easily answered if you have the SDK JavaDocs installed on your computer.
If you don't, a search for "Java ListIterator" at Yahoo finds the Javadocs at Sun.
You should get used to using these resources.
Thomas Paul
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Easy answer, any class that implements the List interface.

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Peggy Emrey

Joined: Jul 20, 2003
Posts: 3
I'm studying the Bates/Sierra book to prepare for the SCJP exam, which I hope to take this week. The section on collections indicates that the only information we need to know is some basic stuff on what the different classes and interfaces do, what they are each best suited for, etc. But in taking the Sun practice test I tripped over a question regarding ListIterator() vs. Iterator(). I don't know the individual collection methods that well, off the top of my head. What else do I need to be studying? The official objectives shed very little light. Should I drop back and punt?
pradeepbill arumalla

Joined: Jul 15, 2003
Posts: 19
hey peggy,
i want to write the developer's exam as well so i am a bit more concentrated on all the topics...and that is why i am posting so many questions on collections.I dont know how many questions will be asked on the SCJP1.4 exam,but i dont want to take a chance to leave.
I agree. Here's the link:
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