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Math functions, Shift Operations on SCJP 1.5 exam?

 
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Hi,

As I mentioned in the previous posts, my exam is near. I noticed there are a number of Math, shift operations in a number of mock exams. I am wondering do I need to know them for the 1.5 exam? so far, I had been skipping them as they do not appear in the K&B text book.

Also, things like NAN and positive infinity, negative infinity, are they necessary or not?

thanks,
David Yu
 
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As far as I'm concerned they don't come in the exam. But let's wait for a pro advice.
 
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Hi David,

Since you've already got our book you might still want to get another opinion, but I'll give you REALLY good odds that you don't have to worry about these topics in the 1.5 exam

Bert
 
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