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AWT ???

 
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I have a doubt about the following question.It was discussed in a previous forum. See here-http://www.javaranch.com/ubb/Forum24/HTML/000303.html
Well ,the question is
Q. one of the ways you can find information in the "javadoc" format API documentation is by package. Which of the following would you find in the java.awt.package page?
1) Links to all classes in the package.
2) A List of exceptions thrown by classes in the package.
3) The inheritance hierarchy for java.awt.
4) A link to the MenuItem class documentation.
IMO ,the answer ,should be 1,2,4 .However ,it is mentioned that 1 and 4 are right. will be really obliged if somebody could tell me the right answers.
Thanks in advance
Ira
 
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Ira, I think I agree with you. You have all the interfaces, followed by the classes, followed by the exceptions and Errors.
I just checked it out. You're right.
Shashi
 
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