Steve Barnacle

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Recent posts by Steve Barnacle

Hi y'all.
Thanks for all your replies and contributions, its good to be in the know.
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I know that the pass rate for SCJP exam is 61% but does the pass rate achieved appear on the awarded certificate and if so is this more likely to affect future job prospects?
Thanks in advance
Steve
Thankyou kind sir, "You da man!".
21 years ago
I'm trying to make an Applet work that extends JApplet with certain swing features. I've used an HTML converter which now permits IE to display the applet, however neither appletviewer or Netscape can display the applet now.
Any suggestions as i would like to incorporate some applets into my web page that both IE and Netscape users can view.
Thanks in advance.
Yah, yah i'm a newbie!!
21 years ago
Hi, Manfred
Does the same apply when using the 'implements' keyword?
public class myClass extends thisClass implements myInterface{
Thanks Steve
21 years ago
The following may sound somewhat naive but can someone please help.
When creating my own unique interfaces do they need to go into a package (matching directory name) or are they just files stored in no particular directory that are automatically located.
For example
public class myClass extends myInterface{
....
....
If the interface 'myInterface' is saved in as a file called myInterface.java, where should it be stored and how does the program find it - seeing as no import is used.
Thanks
21 years ago
Kyle - Thanks, very comprehensive reply, just to clarify, when you say that an abstract class can define the implementaion of some if it's methods, i take it you mean any methods which are not themselves abstract.
21 years ago
It seems both merely act as placeholders for methods, i know interfaces do not have instance fields but apart from this both appear to be similar, apart from the obvious (inheritance and mutiple inheritance) what are the differences between the two.
21 years ago
Your question needs some elaboration, possibly try including your code.
Maybe your trying to compile a class file (no main method), try using a test file to call either constructor or methods of the class your trying to compile, compiling the test program will then in turn compile the package program.(although admittedly i'm only a greeeeeenhorn!).
21 years ago
Thanks Junilu, I now feel calmer when thinking Java certification.
21 years ago
I recently read on this site that a 12 year old girl passed the programmers exam and achieved 72%.
I'm new to this certification business but was led to believe that the exam is multiple choice question and ALL the correct answers need to be chosen!
Is this the case or is there a pass/fail point below 100%???
21 years ago