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hi all:
I found the following information on
the web of Sun:
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Sun Certified Programmer for the Java 2
Platform 1.4 (310-035) - Exam will be available
in August 2002.
Objectives are available (The new exam version
does not include I/O or AWT).
=================================================
My question is that
Did I learn about the I/O or AWT?
 
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You can either take the new version 1.4, which doesn't include the I/O and AWT objectives or you can take the 1.2 exam which includes those topics.
more info is given in the following thread
https://coderanch.com/t/238386/java-programmer-SCJP/certification/Latest-Sun
 
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