Pratibha Enjeti

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I have been laughing reading the replies for this post especially the one from Balaji!!
Hey! You have analyzed it correctly.
So, here's my two cents on this topic as i know which part of the world we are talking about here--
First of all, when two people are in love, it would be apparant to both of them. Now, the girl may expect the boy to come forward with his feelings.(Depending on the girl's background - if she's traditional or modern, you should be able to figure it out).
It would be better not to have any go-betweens between the two people, even though everyone else looking on may have very good intentions.
Before the gentleman pours out his feelings to her, i would suggest to take her to a casual lunch and be open to any of her suggestions.
Asking out after work may not be the best thing to do.
Be true to your feelings!
Good Luck!
17 years ago
Congratulations! Satya,
Great Score!!
Pratibha.
Congratulations!! Ashik, Enjoy your success.
-Pratibha.
Congratulations Ragu!
Enjoy your success.

-Pratibha.
18 years ago
Sonir,
You can study from Jane Griscti's Notes:
http://www.janeg.ca/scjp/io.html
along with API Specifications for a better understanding of I/O.

Pratibha.E.
Congratulations! Roopa,
I saw some of your earlier questions in the forum while i was preparing. It feels good to pass, to take all the positive things with the acheivement and move forward.
All the best,
Happy Holidays to you too!
Pratibha.E.
Sun Certified Programmer for Java 2 Platform
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18 years ago
Mark,
Sorry to confuse you, it is API for SDK/JDK. I happen to have a folder called Javadocs which has the JavaTM 2 SDK, Standard Edition Documentation in my m/c., so i loosely refered it that way!

Pratibha.E.
Read through KM as ersin suggested. Both AWT & IO need little bit of memorizing. Re-read KM for AWT, write little programs if you want to. In AWT, You have to know different classes in Layout Manager.Default layout Mgrs.For IO the best way to understand all the constructors for me was to read about them in API Specifications in Java docs.I did the same for AWT.
Hope this helps.
Pratibha.E.
Sun Certified Programmer for Java 2 Platform
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Congratulations! Neha,
That's very good score.

Pratibha.E.
Sun Certified Programmer for Java 2 Platform
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18 years ago
Congratulations!!
Pratibha.E.
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Sun Certified Programmer for Java 2 Platform
18 years ago
Thanks Valentin for the prompt reply.
I apologize for reposting this same question, as i remember seeing it once before and can't find it anymore!!
I see people use smiling/sad face chars in their messages, where can i get those from?
Thanks.
Pratibha.E.
I passed SCJP2 in my first attempt and scored just 75%.
I have always wanted to write this and thank everyone who maintain and answer all kinds of questions in this site.
I would like to thank JQ+, it helped to see where i was with my studies.Would personally like to thank Jane Griscti for her Java Quick Reference, which kept me going during lunch times in office!
After working on it off and on, i feel really elated to share this with everyone particpating in this website.
About the exam: I scored 100% in java.lang.package, util, io and garbage collection.
I scored lesser in Language Fundamentals.
All those preparing for the exam, don't fret, know the fundamentals. Overall the exam wasn't tough.
I only wish i had scored higher!
Anyway, would like to get advice on what to do next?
Thanks for all the help.

18 years ago
Thanks Matt,
Your post has lifted my spirits. Everyone is different in learning. Being patient while learning is foremost.
Thanks for all the advice.
Hello! Neha,
Your first question, your sample code does look incomplete,
try the program below which does the same thing, which gives you the output : 1 2 3 4, not a compile time error.
Reason: x is always =0, when i=1 , the condition matches and "continue loop" is executed, continue statement always breaks out of the present iteration and control reaches back to the label statement pointed by Continue. Hence,increments to the next iteration.
Here, "Continue loop" breaks out of the inner loop j , never reaching the print statement and increments the value of i=2.
Prints the value and "continues" the "loop" or the label statement.
When i =4 it follows the same procedure and i is incremented to 5. Now the outer loop has reached the limit to the program exits out, never reching Print j statement.
-Its ok for code to not do anything sometimes as long as the syntax is ok. Generally you would not code that way.
Here's the code:
public class testclass
{
static int x =0;

public static void main(String args[])
{
int j;
loop:for(int i=1;i<5;i++){

for(j=1;j<5;j++) {
System.out.println(i);
if(x==0){
continue loop;
}
System.out.println(j);//line 1
}
}
}
}

}

2. After finally statement in your eg. o/p will be 134. Program flow does continue after the finally statement. JLS has some good titbits on Exception handling , which you can refer to !
I hope my explanations help you.
Pratibha.