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It could just be a mistake on the listing of the answer. It seems like compiles with warnings and compiles without warnings are two statements that can never both be true or false at the same time.
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" Compiles with warnings "
" Compiles without warnings"
Is possible in any code, if we have any deprecated methods used we would have " Compiles with warnings "
Joined: Feb 07, 2005
What I mean is if 5 is true, that none of 1, 2, 3, and 4 happen, this couldn't happen since, assuming the code compiles, you couldn't have "compiles with warnings" and "compilers without warning" both being false at the same time.