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Sybex OCA Java 8 Study Guide - Error in Assessment Test Answer text for problem #4.

 
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3rd and 5th bullets contain the following errors:

3rd bullet
"The loop continues as count loop expression evaluates to 1< 3, which is true, with y taking a new value of 2.   The value of y is set to:"


5th bullet
"The loop continues aas count loop expression evaluates to 2 < 3, which is true, with y taking a new value of 3.  The value of y is set to:"


In both cases above these should read "with count taking a value of...".  Note:  The first bullet is the only one correct in this regard.


 
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Welcome to CodeRanch, and thank you for reporting.  It's already reported and listed in OCAJP 8 Sybex Errata <-- click here to see other erratas.
If I'm not wrong, this is from page no xxxix ( Answer to Assessment Test), answer 4.

Timothy Obrien wrote:In both cases above these should read "with count taking a value of...".  

You're correct.

Note:  The first bullet is the only one correct in this regard.

Nope. First also has a typo and there are other errors to in same answer, go through above furnished link. Since this is your first post I edited your title. Always mention chapter Or page number too so volunteers can know which question precisely you are talking about...
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