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forIn the below code the param file takes the absolute path of the jar file.
Is there any way by which I can get param file as only file name i.e not without its entire path. For ex: a.jar instead of c:/ProgramFiles/a.jar




Kind Regards,
Joshua
15 years ago
Only a STATELESS session bean may provide a web service client view.Why is it so?
Hi All,

Thanks for your support during the course of time.
15 years ago
Hey all....
Finally..Finally..Finally
I cleared SCJP 5.0 with 84%
I found the exam a bit though than the one in Whizlab and easier than the mock in K&B because in the 2 attempts that I made in K&B I couldnt score more than 72%.

Thanks all for your support.

Regards,
Joshua.
well anyway, i have made up my mind to give a shot at it today.
Will be giving exam in another 1/2 hour.
Hi all,
After scoring above 80% in almost all the whizlab mock I made up my mind to give SCJP this Monday, but today I attempted mock in K&B and got just 65%.
I am really confused now. Shall I postpone the test?.

Regards,
Joshua :
Hi Jeanne,
you are right, it was classpath issue, I fixed it.
Thanks
15 years ago
While compiling a file using ant, I got an error that a particular method is missing in the class.
But the method is actually present in the class.
What may be the problem?
Can someone please provide some link or solution for the same.

Thanks in advance.

Regards,
Joshua
15 years ago


The output is:

before the thread is started: 10
The value of the integer variable is: 10


Why value is not increemented second time?
Thanks all,
I got it.

Regards,
Joshua

output is false.


output is true.
Thanks all for the replies
package statement must be the first statement of a java file.
true
false.

I thought of it as false since we can have comment before package statement.
Am I right?



what does %n stand for in the above code.
Thank you Wise,

Regards,
Joshua