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vijaya dev
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Joined: Jun 22, 2004
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hello everyone,
Are there many question on character literals. Do I have to memorize the unicode values and the esc sequence for those char literals. And where can I get imformation on Unicode values in char literals.


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Corey McGlone
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Just as long as you know what Unicode is and that is can be used to identify characters in a Java application, you'll be just fine. You shouldn't have to memorize the character set - if you need to know what a particular Unicode character is to solve a problem, I expect you'll be told what it is on the exam. Frankly, I doubt you'd see such a question, but I suppose it's possible.

unicode.org


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