There are in fact occasional typos in the exams - especially when they're new We typically help Evelyn review these, and somehow they slip through once and a while. If you think you've spotted a typo - write down everything you can about the question, and tell the test center - then write to Evelyn Cartagena at Sun. There are recorded cases of someone failing by 1 question, and correctly arguing that because of a typo, 'Compilation fails' was the right choice, and Sun gave them their certification! So, please, for everyone's sake - let Sun know about typos!
Spot false dilemmas now, ask me how!
(If you're not on the edge, you're taking up too much room.)
Originally posted by Dibbo Khan: The question wasn't what is the result, but what change will make it thread safe, I don't know if I can go into more details.
Nope, that was perfect.
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Hi Mark Spritzer and Bert Bates,
I have a question for you two. This is embarassing for me to reveal openly on the forum, but I missed the test by one question. Got 42 right, my excuse is that I work in C# and not Java. Anyhow is this question with a typo a legitimate basis for a appeal?
I sent an email to Evenlyn and still haven't gotten a reply.