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real exam question: file access (not copied from the exam)

adam Lui
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i dont know is it legal to discuss real exam here.

My friend completed the exam last week and he told me a very difficult question he dealt with...

a drag and drop question, something like...

{deleted the question's description] - Bert

I know this may not be sufficient info but anyone got on hand skill to write such a method?
[ November 05, 2007: Message edited by: Bert Bates ]
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Hi Adam,

It's a bit of a grey area, just how close to the real exam can we get when we discuss it. In this case it felt just a little bit too close. I admit it's a subjective call, so I hope you'll understand that I edited your post.

I think that if you want to ask a more general question about how you might accomplish a specific task in Java it would be okay.

Thanks,

Bert


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adam Lui
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Originally posted by Bert Bates:
Hi Adam,

It's a bit of a grey area, just how close to the real exam can we get when we discuss it. In this case it felt just a little bit too close. I admit it's a subjective call, so I hope you'll understand that I edited your post.

I think that if you want to ask a more general question about how you might accomplish a specific task in Java it would be okay.

Thanks,

Bert


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