Hi folks, I've begun with my intensive preparation for the SCJP 5.0 exam and actually decided to go and buy the Preparation Kit from Whizlabs. I would agree in that it has been more than just somewhat helpful, but I have one BIG **SILLY** question:
In the mock exams, all the questions that have some code fragments, do a VERY POOR job making them "easily" readable: mostly in their horrendous indentation, and in the DND questions. I don't complain about the choice of identifier names, but can I expect the code in the real exam to be neater?
E.g. some nice code:
E.g. the same code but ugly formatted:
PS. Yes, I know, my question is silly, but it's annoying me that I spend so much time in spaghetti code, only beacuse the questions are badly rendered.
Sun delivers all of its certification exams on a worldwide basis. Because of this, the exams have to be designed to run on the least capable hardware that might be encountered. In some cases these tests are given on 640x480 monitors!!
Because of this, the code formatting on the real exam questions is often really bad - but it's done intentionally so that as often as possible you'll be able to see all the code without having to scroll up and down - and sometimes even that doesn't work.
So, in a nutshell, get used to horribly formatted code - it'll toughen you up for the real exam!
Spot false dilemmas now, ask me how!
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I’ve looked at a lot of different solutions, and in my humble opinion Aspose is the way to go. Here’s the link: http://aspose.com
subject: Mock-exams format vs real-exam format (Code formatting, and style overall)