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Hi all

Please do help me

I have read K&B book . In collection i have what is given in K&B like what the functions of interface and what implements what and what extends what.

But i want to know what are the questions are asked in collection in SCJ P?

like which are the methods

please do let me know
 
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SOme of the questions require you to know which class is a class and which is an interface and which classes implement those interfaces etc. Which methods belong to which interfaces so you know which Collection has the add method to add items and which has put method to add items.

So what you have in the K&B Book is what is on the exam about Collections.

Mark
 
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