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Is this question wrong right?This question is from scjp preparation book.

Ian Su
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Joined: Nov 18, 2010
Posts: 25
Hi,everyone,Is this question wrong right?I think,none of the answers is correct,right?
Given the following directory structure:


And given the contents of GetJar.java and Foo.java:


If the current directory is "test", and myApp/Foo.class is placed in a JAR file called MyJar.jar
located in test, which set(s) of commands will compile GetJar.java and produce the output 8?
(Choose all that apply.)
A. javac -classpath MyJar.jar GetJar.java
java GetJar
B. javac MyJar.jar GetJar.java
java GetJar
C. javac -classpath MyJar.jar GetJar.java
java -classpath MyJar.jar GetJar
D. javac MyJar.jar GetJar.java
java -classpath MyJar.jar GetJar
Answer:
􀀂 ✓ A is correct. Given the current directory and where the necessary files are located, these
are the correct command line statements.
􀀂􀀁 B and D are wrong because javac MyJar.jar GetJar.java is incorrect syntax. C is wrong
because the -classpath MyJar.java in the java invocation does not include the test directory.
(Objective 7.5)

Including the classpath for GetJar and the necessary class path(Foo class) when executing GetJar will be correct I think.That is :

Am I right?
Deepak Bala
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Joined: Feb 24, 2006
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Does this help -> http://www.coderanch.com/t/270643/java-programmer-SCJP/certification/Error-Sun-Certified-Programmer-Java


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Ian Su
Greenhorn

Joined: Nov 18, 2010
Posts: 25


Thank you,you consolidate my opinion!Thanks.
 
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