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Sybex CSG 11: Chapter 17. Question 10. All modules other than named modules

 
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Question:

For a top‐down migration, all modules other than named modules are ____________ modules and on the ____________.



Options:
A. automatic, classpath
B. automatic, module path
C. unnamed, classpath
D. unnamed, module path
E. None of the above

At Appendix the correct answer given is Options B.

Filling in the blank using B: "For a top-down migration, all modules other than named modules are automatic module and on the module path."

I thought this is a trick question and my understanding is that named modules will not be on the module path and the answer should be E.

 
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named modules are always on the module path by definition.
 
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