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Hi everybody,
I have uploaded the MindQ exam into the xdrive at www.xdrive.com and LOGIN as javacert and PASSWORD as javacert. In the public folder U will find the MindQ.htm. Download the file to your drive and use it. There may be some problems with the original file so the answers are at
http://www.javaranch.com/ubb/Forum24/HTML/001146.html .
Good Luck
Ajay K.
PS. The site also has numerous other files useful for java certification. I hope Ramamurthy does not mind.
Hi,
Just click on the rightmost icon after the posting timestamp info ( the one with a page and a right arrow attached.

Originally posted by Savithri Devaraj:
Thanks a lot for pointing me to the previous discussion. Very informative and good to know I am not the only one confused!
BTW, how do I get to quote the previous posts when I reply? There must be an option I am not seeing. When I push the "Post Reply" button, I get an empty textarea for my reply.
Thanks,
Savithri


regds
Ajay Kumar
Hi all,

Originally posted by Savithri Devaraj:
Thanks,
Missed this in the previous posts completely. This behavior is very strange, not intuitive at all!
Savithri


Please refer to the following link for previous discussion.
http://www.javaranch.com/ubb/Forum24/HTML/001546.html

regds
Ajay Kumar
Ankur,
Please refer to the following link for explanation.
http://www.javaranch.com/ubb/Forum24/HTML/001293.html
regds
Ajay K
[This message has been edited by Ajay Kumar (edited July 06, 2000).]
teja,

Originally posted by teja nelluri:

hi everybody,

i done khalid's and IBM mock exams.
but they didn't give solutions for that.
how to correct my wrong answers.
please help me.
thanks.


IBM does not provide any answers for its mock tests.
As far as Khalid's test goes answer a question and hit the finish or the end button so that U know wether the question U answered was right. Do it one question at a time. That is the only suggestion I can offer (a lot of folks on thsi board will agree with me ... I hope ).
Good luck for the examination.
Ajay Kumar

Prachi

Originally posted by Prachi vaish:
Can you give us the link to Brogden exam!
Thanks


Well here is the link http://www.lanw.com/java/javacert/default.htm
Good luck for the exam
regds
Ajay Kumar
Hi,


but if i comment line 2 then it gives sam output and when i comment line 6 then it shows same two buttons not occupying the entire frame.Can any one explain this strange behaviour
i.e. what is the use of line 2


In the original code the layout is redefined in line 6 as GridLayout(2,1). It means a Gridlayout with 2 rows and 1 column. The system always treats the latest layout defined as the current one and hence U see an output defined in D. So line 2 has no effect on the code ans is as good as commenting it out.
If U comment out line 6, the Gridlayout defined in line 2 with 1 row and 3 columns takes effect and the result is obviously different because of different rows and columns. The third column is unused and hence the two buttons do not fill out the entire frame.
Remember the latest Layout definition is the one that is used prior to adding of the components.
regds
Ajay Kumar
Anu,
First of all I recommend U download a latest version of JDK as JDK1.2.1 causes some wierd problems with TOMCAT.
Works fine with JDK1.3. set your JAVA_HOME as c:\jdkx.x.x.\bin.
U try with downloading the JDK 1.3 and after that if U have problems do post messages here and someone will help U out for sure.
Ajay Kumar
19 years ago
Hi,

Originally posted by Frank Hale:
Can somebody explain these terms to me. I've seen them repeatedly but I haven't a clue as to what they mean.
DOM, SAX, and DTD
Thanks,
Frank


DOM : The Document Object Model (DOM) is basically facilitator (or rather an interface) that defines the methods or mechanisms for accessing the data in a document.
It is a way to describe a XML document to a application or prg. lang. as a series of OBJECTS in a heirarchical manner to make it easy to access and work with the elements in the document.
DTD : It is basically a specification for a document that organizes elements and the markup definitions for use by other documents. It means Document Type Definition. HTML also has a DTD
which U can view in the source of some HTML pages as < !DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 3.2//EN" >
SAX Simple API for XML : It is an event based interface created specifically for (well as the name suggests) XML parsers.
Usually DTD is preferred but when memory is a constraint one would use SAX.
An example of SAX can be found at here

Hope this helps a little.
Ajay Kumar

[This message has been edited by Ajay Kumar (edited June 23, 2000).]
Brian
When in doubt, re install I guess
Works most of the time for WINDOWS.
Ajay Kumar
19 years ago

Originally posted by newtoservlets:
I have installed in win95/98 version only , I don't know why u feel it is for unix platform.



Take a look at the bat file. I do not think WINDOWS recognizes the $ sign in its bat file. It however recognizes the % sign for the classpath.
Maybe someone else in this group can help.
Thanks
Ajay Kumar
19 years ago
Brian,
I did some digging for U. Here is a link which may be of some help to U. Or else I think someone else will surely help out. I hope U downloaded the *****.zip file from the binary downloads at the tomcat home page.
Ajay Kumar
19 years ago
Guys any progress. U suddenly seem silent after a lot of activity in the night.
Let me know if U still have problems.
19 years ago
Brian,
I do not exactly about NT but i think U have to type startup (because of the startup.bat) in the bin library to get the server started.
Just my $0.02 .
Thanks
Ajay
19 years ago
Hi all
Check out this it gives links to a lot of sites related to XML.
Also check this cool site. I like this one better as it is more comprehensive.
Ajay Kumar

[This message has been edited by Ajay Kumar (edited June 22, 2000).]