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From K&B masterexam:

Is this true?
A java.io.bufferedReader can be constructed with a java.io.FileReader instance?

Answer says true.

I know the statement true for "B"ufferedReader. But i marked it as false for the Case. B vs. b.

For example if you try to import java.io.bufferedReader - it cant recognise the class. So i think the above statement should be false?
 
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there are lots of mistakes in K & B.
 
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