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regarding scjp exam engine & collections

 
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hi all,
i have adoubt regarding the scjp testing software.is there a review button in scjp real exam(as presented in the whizlabs trial software)to verify which question belongs to which objective/which questions we marked to answer later..
also i want to know that LIST in the collections allows nullvalue/not?
 
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Hi Keshavraj!
We can review the questions as well as see which questions we have marked on the actual exam. But I dont think we can see that the question belongs to which topic.
 
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Originally posted by keshavraj vazanth:
also i want to know that LIST in the collections allows nullvalue/not?



If you mean List interface when as you can guess interface has no implementation and there is no answer on your question.

But all implementation of java.util.List which are included in SCJP (ArrayList, LinkedList, Vector) allow "null" value to be added.
[ July 26, 2005: Message edited by: George Bolyuba ]
 
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