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Does Java 5 concepts tested in SCWCD exam?

 
Abhay Agarwal
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Does SCWCD exam questions have new Java 5 concepts also like Autoboxing, Generics etc ?
or to be more specific
Do we expect a question that involves Java 5 concept in SCWCD exam ?
 
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Rather not, but you can expect a question with String's method which was added in JDK1.5.
 
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You may see simple enhanced for loops and other Java5.0 features, but you won't be tested on this.
 
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If I remember correctly, I got a question in which a primitive was passed to the setAttribute method (thus used autoboxing) and one question about enum, but very basic question, so you need to know Java5 to a certain extent but the questions won't try to confuse on the new Java 5 features...
 
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