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In the cram book Exam Cram 2 (Brogden and Green) , page 152 , there's a paragraph that says

The exam should not ask you questions about the command-line parameters because they are implementation dependent, but you should know about them for the purposes of writing your own code


Does that mean , questions about how to enable , disable , etc assertions are not asked in the exam?
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It seems so (in this text).
In my exam I didn't have any question concerning command line enabling or disabling assertions.
 
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