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Is I/O tested in Certification Exam?

 
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Hello,
My study guide says that I/O is not tested in the Java 2 exam,
but looking through the results forum it seems to be? So whats the story - is it or isn't it be on the exam?
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Miceal...I/O is definitely covered in the exam. Hmmm...which book are you using as a study guide?
Shyam
[This message has been edited by Shyamsundar Gururaj (edited November 07, 2001).]
 
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Hi Shyam,
I'm using 'Complete Java 2 Certification' by Sybex.
The authors state that the last three chapters ( Components, Painting & I/O )are not explicity mentioned in the Exam objectives but are good to know anyway.
Thanks,
Michael.
 
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Michael,
That is a well respected book regarding certification is concerned...i am puzzled why the authors have not included IO in the Objectives. (Since I don't own a copy of that book, I take your word for granted)
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Shyam
[This message has been edited by Shyamsundar Gururaj (edited November 07, 2001).]
 
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Originally posted by miceal oconnor:
Hi Shyam,
I'm using 'Complete Java 2 Certification' by Sybex.
The authors state that the last three chapters ( Components, Painting & I/O )are not explicity mentioned in the Exam objectives but are good to know anyway.
Thanks,

Michael.


no way.. can anyone else confirm this???

[This message has been edited by FEI NG (edited November 07, 2001).]
 
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They were supposed to be dropped from the exam, but at the last minute were included anyway. You definitely need to know I/O. It is on the exam.
 
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I'm using 'Complete Java 2 Certification' too.
Although the authors state that the last three chapters ( Components, Painting & I/O )are not explicity mentioned in the Exam objectives but the "Programmer's Final Exam" in Appendix B
of the book include the question about the last three chapters.
So I think you should learn the last three questions
 
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