Poonam Advani

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Recent posts by Poonam Advani

Hi,
I've just started preparing for SCWCD exam. waned to know if there exists a pdf (or any downloadable) version of the "Servlet technology tutorial " by Sun.
Thanks
Hi,
I want to start preparation for OCA exam #1Z0-07. Please help me to get
-- what is the best book to prepare for the exam,
-- any free resources on net (tutorails, site & mocks)
-- Practice Questions

thanks
Hi all,
I cleared my SCJP on saturday with 65% . (I know its less, but I'm happy). Thanks to everybody here ,Kathy Bert & Marcus Greens Mocks, Danchisholm's exams.
17 years ago
I think the answer for the first one is "c" i.e. it prints 012013.
Does the Local Sun Representative differs from state to state or its one in the Country ?
Hi, I'm currently residing at Pune , Maharashtra - INDIA.
I want to register for the SCJP 1.4 exam. Can anybody tell me how safe and secure it is to register online thru the Prometric site ? or in turn where should I post / courier the registeration fee - 150.00 USD. Please, I need the exact address .

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Thanks Barry,




I got that.
Hi,

I've also read that "( )" have higher precednce over the operator " ||". Doesn't this mean that the statement
((b = true) && (c = true))

should be evaluted first ?


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Hi,

just go thru this link of corey ...
Garbage Collection


Shruti
Please give me the Authorisation. I've registerd with the name Smriti.


Barry, can u please provide me with the code . I think, its time I really need that...

Thanks
Kirti
[ November 04, 2004: Message edited by: Kirti Singh ]
Hey, Thanks Barry

I got the output as i wanted. In my code , instead of extending the class from Thread, i used "implements Runnable" , and created three threads, using the one - same runnable object.

Was this the same u wanted me to do? or is there any other way to get the same solution ?


Thanks

Kirti
[ November 03, 2004: Message edited by: Kirti Singh ]
Thanks Kaps,

well, i could get the output using "join()" method. but i was looking for something that uses the "synchronized"

Kirti
I'm sorry Barry ,
but i didn't get u. May be i'm missing something very important, and need all ur help

thanks
Kirti