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Deviding the application architecture into Model, View and Controller layers lead to flexibility - is it TRUE?
It is one of those TRUE/False question in the mock exam. I answered TRUE for this question. But I did not score 100% in the architecture section. So, please tell me if my answer was correct.
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I think the answer is true.
According to Larman's book, motivation for Model-View Separation (page 472), one can decipher that it certainly leads to flexibility.
Especially the point which says :
"To allow easy porting of the model layer to another user interface framework".
This truly is flexible, in my opinion.
Merlin, did you check if your other questions on Architecture had right answers? Why don't you post all the architecture questions that you got in the exam and we can review the answers ?
- Suresh
 
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Suresh,
If you see the [long post] in this forum, there are about 54 questions that belongs to the mock test. The question that I posted today, along with those 54 questions cover all the questions that I got in my mock test. I answered according to the [long post] answers and as mentioned in my todays posts. I got four questions wrong. One of the wrong ones, I know (question about effectively managing teams working on different packages in a large project). The remaining three have to be in my today's questions (assuming the answers in [long post] are all correct).
Probably, I will take the test again and try different answers for some of them. Please let me know if the answers are different when you take the test next time and you score 100%.
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