My journey started a year or so before Covid, I made many trips to local computer stores, buying one or two at a time when they were on sale.
Tim Holloway wrote: that you were able to obtain so many Pi Zero's! Those things were hard to get hild of even before The Great Pi shortage.
Anil Philip wrote:@Venkat Subramaniam
Can you please look at this post I made in the certification forum?
per Jeanne's comment,
In location B, the lambda isn't in scope anymore so "c" doesn't produce such a conflict.
I still do not understand why the variables are in scope in 'LOCATION A', but out of scope in 'LOCATION B'.
To me, a lambda expression is something inserted that exists beyond the life of that code block.
It will be executed sometime later on, outside the life of the block.
It is like an alien visiting earth
So, both locations A and B have to be taken into account.
Khalid A. Mughal wrote:Hi Charles,
Yes. You are right. It is a bummer.
But I guess that would be the case with any publication that had your notes and was updated by the publisher.
Simon Roberts wrote:The memorization issue depends on a) making it difficult for exam takers to take questions away with them (there are people who send candidates to these kinds of exams professionally for no purpose other than collecting a few questions verbatim--hopefully this is not happening as much as it used to, but who knows) and b) on cycling new questions into the pool. We used to do that pretty continuously, but I can't speak for Oracle on that topic.