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A flaw in java arrays.

 
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The above is a program to type in command line .
but if you run the program by
java ArrayCmd hi hello
Then the output is just hihello
The compiler just ignores the spaces while considering the arrays.
Tell me why this problem exists and specify meother alternate to this..
Thanks in advance
 
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Here space is used as delimiter and not as token.And It is not a flaw.
Thanks
[ June 14, 2007: Message edited by: raj malhotra ]
 
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Then how to include spaces....Mr.Raj Malhotra
 
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What about put there space by yourself? :-)
 
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or


should help to preserve spaces.
[ June 14, 2007: Message edited by: John Stone ]
 
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thank you.Im just a beginner.Would i be able to take my exams this month end.Please tell me suggestions
 
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Take some mock exams (for example, the Javaranch mock exam) and see how you score.
 
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The "Rules Roundup" mock exam is easier than the real exam.

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Im just a beginner



Can I suggest then that you consider placing your beginner's questions in our Java In General (Beginner) forum?
 
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Originally posted by VIGNESHWAR VISWANATHAN:
thank you.Im just a beginner.Would i be able to take my exams this month end.Please tell me suggestions



Hi,

I'm a beginner too. I think you should at least finish learning the basic of core Java first before you are ready for the exam? Or you decided to cram for it?

Regards,
Jenson
 
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IMO, if you are truly a beginner you should not even consider taking certification exams until you not only understand Java, but can program competently as well.

If you somehow passed the exam but can't program it will do you very little good, if any. It will also devalue the certification.

IMO, they are barely worth the paper they are written on. AFAIK, there is no educational and/or experience requirements, at least in the more general Java tests,like more valuable certificates, but unrelated to Java, like CISSP.

I know this is a bit off the original topic, but something to consider.
[ June 15, 2007: Message edited by: David McCombs ]
 
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