I'd say you'd get a "Cannot resolve symbol" error from the compiler...
If you're taking the test and run across something you think is incorrect on the test, direct it to the attention of your proctor.
Joined: Oct 14, 2002
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!
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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.
Joined: Dec 19, 2004
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.