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Hello guys ,

i am preparing for the scjp 5, so i am confused with 0.5 or 1.5
or 5 all are the same or diffrent please help me.

One more thing is Scjp K&B book is enough for the exam ???

please help me freinds.
 
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Hi Ravindra! Welcome to javaranch

Well there is nothing named java 0.5. There's only 1.5 and 5.0 which both mean the same thing.

About the book, the book and the mock that comes with it are enough to get good marks along with some free or paid mock exams. You can view a list of free and paid mock exams here
 
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Welcome to JavaRanch!

Yes, version 5 is the same as version 1.5. Sun tried to explain this as follows...

Both version numbers "1.5.0" and "5.0" are used to identify this release of the Java 2 Platform Standard Edition. Version "5.0" is the product version, while "1.5.0" is the developer version.


The K&B book is usually sufficient, provided that you already have a fundamental understanding of the language and take advantage of as many mock exams as you can find on the internet.

Also see our SCJP FAQ.
 
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