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public static void main(String[] args){
02: char c = '\u0042';
03: switch(c) {
04: default:
05: System.out.println("Default");
06: case 'A':
07: System.out.println("A");
08: case 'B':
09: System.out.println("B");
10: case 'C':
11: System.out.println("C");
12: }
13: }


Prints - Default , A , B , C
Prints - A
Prints - B , C-answer
Prints - A, B , C , Default
Prints - Default

How do I know char c = '\u0042' =B. Do I except this kind of example in real exam?
 
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I really don't think this kind of question will come in scjp 1.5 where you need to remember unicodes!
 
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Hi Dolly,

I think you got tis question from some old mock. Such questions are not expected in current exam.

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