01 - validation (not that this fits the clue very well, but . . .) 04 - prefix 06 - subclass 08 - import 10 - hierachy 13 - handle 15 - exceptions 18 - keyword 20 - tree (I had this also - but it is a bit funky) 21 - dred (for lack of anything better) 24 - int 25 - algorithm 27 - throws 28 - overrode 29 - new ____ down 02 - alive 03 - instance 04 - private 05 - math 07 - state 09 - class 11 - instantiate 12 - checked 14 - try 16 - inherit 17 - setter 19 - declare 22 - error 23 - throw 26 - isa (well I was going to put ass, but . . .)
"JavaRanch, where the deer and the Certified play" - David O'Meara
Across 1. initialize 4. puffin (no smoking and flying at the same time) 6. subclass 8. invoke 10. hierarchy 13. handle 15. exceptions 18. keyword 20. tree 21. duck 24. int 25. algorithm 27. throws 28. contrive (when all else fails, just make something up) 29. new Down 2. nappe (I can always use one) 3. Tastatur (foreign words *do too* count!) 4. private 5. math 7. state 9. class 11. instantiate 12. checked 14. try 16. inherit 17. pester (never the same way twice) 19. declare 22. catch 23. throw 26. ass (if Cindy won't, then I will)
Across 1. Assignment 4. Popped 6. Subclass 8. Invoke 10. Hierarchy 13. Handle 15. Exceptions 18. Keyword 20. Tree 21. Duck 24. Int 25. Algorithm 27. Throws 28. Contract 29. New DOWN 2. Scope 3. Instance 4. Private 5. Math 7. State 9. Class 11. Instantiate 12. Checked 14. Try 16. Inherit 17. Setter 19. Declare 22. Catch 23. Throw 26. Isa Hopefully, I got the most right and will win the consolation prize? By the way, what is the consolation prize.
A grate fun hahaha..... I find....... Across 1.assignment 4.prefix 6.subclass 8.import 10.hierachy 13.handle 15.exceptions 18.keyword 20.tree 21.duck 24.int 25.algorithm 27.throws 28.override 29.new ____________________________________________ Down 2.scope 3.instance 4.private 5.math 7.state 9.class 11.instantiate 12.checked 14.try 16.inherit 17.setter 19.declare 22.error 23.throw 26.isa A grate discovery The formula is that : + p = and : + d = and also : + o = Who designed it?
Johannes de Jong
Joined: Jan 27, 2001
It is my pleasure to announce that Mary Leners had won our JavaCross competition. Congratulations Mary, nod bad for your 1st post here at the Javaranch. I hope we will see more of you now For all the others that participated, on behalf of Kathy, Bert & myself, our thanks. If you loved the crossword & still want to be a bit of a winner, feel free to help Kathy & Bert test their other puzzles, they will reward you with your name in print. See for details see the thread Attention All Doers of Puzzles ! But hurry a little bird whispered in my ear that the book is off to the printers on Monday. My personal thanks to Kathy & Bert for making the prize availabe [ April 07, 2003: Message edited by: Johannes de Jong ]