Nil. Hatamova wrote:Why in the second code s1 does not change but in the first code it changes?
1.output is one two three
2.output is one two one three
But i thought output for second code will be "one two one two three";
Antriksh Verma wrote:Hello Kaleem Anwar , Exam involves questions from each and every topic , Be sure you have deep knowledge .
Even if you solve lot of dumps , make sure you.... code code code
The level of questions in exam is very easy(Only to those who have coded and have deeper understanding) as compared to practice exams but the questions were tricky. You should be able to catch the trickier part.
Do Killer Exam series dump also , i have revised book notes thrice , practice exams and dumps(all the possible questions) thrice before taking exam
I will suggest you to learn a lotttttt during this process of preparation , only then you will enjoy getting certified !!
All the very very Best , just Focus Focus Focus ..
Antriksh Verma wrote:Hello Kaleem Anwar, Thanks !!
Sure , do you have Kaithey Seirra and Bert Bates SCJP Exam book , Go through it atleast 2 times first of all , Do all the Practice Exams properly , Code each and every concept , Do not leave any doubts .
Then Go for Practice Exam Book from Kaithy Seirra and Bert Bates .
All The best !
Antriksh Verma wrote:Hello Java geeks .. Passed Ocjp 6 exam with 100% , now i will upgrade my certification level
Let me know if i can guide you in some way , many of you must be targeting for ocjp7 or 8 , Best Wishes !!
saw mon wrote:I read MCGrawHill-SCJP Pratice Exam6 by Kathy Sierra for five times.
I took free mock exams on www.examlab.org and I study those questions again and again.before go to exam room;I study teo minute drills.and if i have problems;i post help in coderanch.
saw mon wrote:Hi all;
Today I passed scjp6 exam with 90%.I deeply thank to all members who try to answer my exam questions while i was trying for exam.
I took free mock exam on www.examlab.org.I deeply thank to www.examlab.org also.
Have a nice day.
Stephan van Hulst wrote:
We now have the Concurrency API, with types such as Lock, CountDownLatch and Semaphore. If the language designers had added these in the first version of Java, then they could have left the wait(), notify() and notifyAll() methods out.
Devaka Cooray wrote:
At this stage, I need help from awesome people to test around and give me some private and personal feedback! If you are reading this on Coderanch, reply to this thread saying something like "please let me join the course", and I'll take in the first 3 users doing that for free (might take around 24 hours to process). Please note that your coderanch account's email should be valid and reachable. I'll edit the subject and remove this paragraph as soon as we get three users in.
Scott Selikoff wrote:No, a static method that returns a reference to an object is not always a static factory method. As stated earlier, the class has to implement the factory pattern, which is a conceptual pattern, not an interface.