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The above is a program to type in command line . but if you run the program byjava ArrayCmd hi hello Then the output is just hihello The compiler just ignores the spaces while considering the arrays. Tell me why this problem exists and specify meother alternate to this.. Thanks in advance
IMO, if you are truly a beginner you should not even consider taking certification exams until you not only understand Java, but can program competently as well.
If you somehow passed the exam but can't program it will do you very little good, if any. It will also devalue the certification.
IMO, they are barely worth the paper they are written on. AFAIK, there is no educational and/or experience requirements, at least in the more general Java tests,like more valuable certificates, but unrelated to Java, like CISSP.
I know this is a bit off the original topic, but something to consider. [ June 15, 2007: Message edited by: David McCombs ]
"Should array indices start at 0 or 1? My compromise of 0.5 was rejected without, I thought, proper consideration."- Stan Kelly-Bootle
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