If a question asks for what are not java keywords, and "true", "false" , "null" are few of the given options. Then we can blindly mark these as the correct options, because "true", "false" and "null" are reserved words and not keywords
yes , they are reserved literals . They are not keywords . But like if you have question which one is not keyword in Java and you have options like 1] null 2] new 3] import 3] include .. then choose include as an answer ... although it will not be in the exam ....
Practically speaking, the exam does not distinguish between keywords and reserved words. You won't be asked about either term - but you may be shown an example that won't compile because you've tried to use a keyword or reserved word as an identifier. So the distinction between the two doesn't matter, but you do need to know that both "for" and "true" are not allowed as identifiers.
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Thanks all, So i expect such kinda questions not to appear in the exam. Thanks again
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