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I answered 3) none of these options becoz

actually its possible to assign an element of the arg to a string array
and not string ..

am i right ???
[ March 24, 2005: Message edited by: Soumy Sam ]
 
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Well according to u the code is like:

Do u think its correct?
and in the options its mentioned that "assign an element of the arg" which means assign the element of the array to either
1) a string(Quite obvious), isnt it?
2) or char array(untrue, its not C)
String str1 = args[0];// right
 
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I interpreted the qn wrongly..


thanks...
 
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