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hello everbody
the question i want to ask about fill in the blank type of questions.
for example here is a question:
* what keyword you use to declare a method as abstract method?
<<fill in the blank>>
So in the scjp exam should i write as an answer
abstract or
"abstract"
*what exception might be thrown when you define sleep method for thread?
<<fill in the blank>>
So should i write
InterruptedException or
"InterruptedException"
*variable c assigned refrence,0x30A0 how do you assign etc____?
<<fill in the blank>>
So
c ='\u30A0' or
"c ='\u30A0'"

i mean should i include double quotes in answer.not for just this question but for every fill in the blank type of question i am asking.what about white spaces for this type of questions,what about {} and() for this type of questions.??
hope you understad.thank you.
 
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Leave the quotes out.
I'm going to go out on a limb here and talk about an actual exam question:
One of the questions on the exam runs through a series of string manipulations. Then you are asked to type in what is now contained in a string object. I put quotes around my answer and now I think you are not supposed to put quotes around the answer.
 
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