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ActionEvent question required

PETER CARTER
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Joined: Aug 28, 2004
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Given the ActionEvent, which method allows you to identify the affected component?
A. GetClass.
B. GetTarget.
C. GetSource.
D. GetComponent.
E. GetTargetComponent.
Answer: C
I don't know what does A,B,C,D and E mean .
Thanks !!!
Barry Gaunt
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Are you doing SCJP for Java 1.2?


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PETER CARTER
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SCJP for Java 1.4!!
Barry Gaunt
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Well forget that question, it's for SCJP 1.2
PETER CARTER
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Well , thanks !!
 
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