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Sybex 816 Java OCP 11 Programmer II Study Guide: How to interpret Table 6.7?

 
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Hi Ranchers,

I think I follow all the moving parts of Figures 6.6 and 6.7, but I have questions about how I should be interpreting (summary?) Table 6.7.

When Bottom-Up has "A project that depends on all others"  then it must have an "Unnamed module on the classpath".   I take that to mean that regardless of which phase 2,3, or 4, then chicken would be unnamed?  But, chicken is only unnamed for phases 2 and 3 and is named only in phase 4. Please clear my confusion here.  

When Bottom-Up has "A project that has no dependencies"  then it must have a "Named module on the module path".   I take that to mean that regardless of which phase 2,3, or 4, then egg would be named?  Obviously, this appears to be true here.

When Top-Down has "A project that depends on all others"  then it must have a "Named module on the module path.  I take that to mean that regardless of which phase 2,3, or 4, then chicken would be named?  Since it appears to be, I think that I have no issues with this one.  

When Top-Down has "A project that has no dependencies"  then it must have an "Automatic module on the module path".  I take that to mean that regardless of which phase 2,3, or 4, then egg would be automatic?  Obviously, egg is only automatic in phase 2 and 3, but egg is  named in phase 4 only. Please clear my confusion here.  (Additionally, who's to say that all phases would ever be attainable on a real world project?)  






   

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