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can some body tells me that which topics are important for
SCJP. Where should we emphasise more.
 
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See FAQ on this site, know Threading.
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Like Marcus said, know Threads. Also, make sure you understand how break, continue, and return affect exception handling statements (try/catch/finally) and program flow. I took these for granted and got tripped up by some of the more tricky questions regarding these. Event Listeners and Adapters are also good to know. I wouldn't spend too much time on the details of the Collections framework. Just have a good idea of how the different classes and interfaces are used.
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[This message has been edited by JUNILU LACAR (edited March 05, 2001).]
 
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Hi ,
for some good suggestions and experiances of others go through the programmer certification results forum at this site.
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