wayne brandon wrote: where would you suggest i start?
If an interface declares an abstract method overriding one of the public methods of java.lang.Object, that also does not count toward the interface's abstract method count since any implementation of the interface will have an implementation from java.lang.Object or elsewhere.
Frank Carver wrote:Am I to assume that you don't typically get any other sort of "grades" for a degree in the USA?
Over here we can get several grades of batchelor degree: pass (the default), third-class honours (usually just mentioned as "honours" or "hons"), lower second class honours ("2.2" or "2.ii"), upper second class honours ("2.1" or "2.i"), and first class honours ("1st").
As you may see on my own resum� I graduated with a lower second class honours degree. It still irks me a little when I see jobs advertised asking for a 2.1 or 1st
Is it just the regular degree and "magna cum laude" where you studied ?