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Objectives on Java modules

 
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The objectives for Java 9 modules for the 1z0-819 exam are given as follows.

Deploy and execute modular applications, including automatic modules
Declare, use, and expose modules, including the use of services

I have not used modules at work, so,  I'm confused about the areas to focus on. As there seems to be no coding involved, what kind of questions can we expect?
Can you please suggest the commands that I need to memorize? Also, do I need to know concepts like the benefits of modules, practical applications, etc?

Thanks in advance.
 
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The modules objectives covers a lot of topics, so there's no short list of things you need to study.  We wrote two chapters in our study guide to cover this, so that's a great place to start if you haven't worked with modules before.
 
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