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In particular the second row of table 5. In Table 5. Pretend they are for the purposes of this chapter as the examples misuse it.
Zita Farkas. The case study should only contain the first two paragraphs and code in between. In the invokeAll row of table7. In the second row and second column of Table 7. In Table 7. This same errors exists in the description on the following page. In figure 7. In table 7. At the top of the page c and s1 should be reversed. The code happens to work as is, but it is unclear.
Teo Rajkumar. Oscar Utbult. Option F is correct, but explanation indicates if line execute was changed to submit then Answer Option C would be correct. For this to be correct, the lambda for the executor service should be changed to: Tyoma Sakurakoji.
Ignore the references to format being in chapter 5. You do not need to know String formatting on the exam. In the last paragraph, System. Peter Fodor. At the bottom of the page, the example might through an exception depending on your operating system.
In the third column of the last row of table 9. At the bottom of the page, the last sentence is incorrect. You do not get a new Path object. You get the same path object. In the code example, the line immediately above the catch statement should say addresses2. A Wellner. Juan Pablo Barale. Yevhenii Tymoshenko. This is just an extra word and does not affect the answer. If you chose Choice G as an answer give yourself credit. The sample code to load the database is incorrect; see the online blog post with this code.
In the folder structure at the bottom of the page, the -java. Driver line should be indented further. In table The cells in the first row go with updatable and vice versa. In various places, getTimeStamp should be getTimestamp and java. TimeStamp should be java.
The extra space after the quote is a typo. Additionally on the following line the quote after url could not be there. The code is missing: Rendering error dropped the code. See the reported by link for the correct code.
Vinod Pothuru. The answer is correct. The reason why D is wrong is incorrect. It does not compile because a static method cannot hide an instance method. The explanation about line 7 is not.
The code still compiles. However, the String type is inferred. In the explanation, line 5 uses unboxing, not autoboxing. Also, it would be clearer if the example used an IntStream rather than Stream. Finally, you need to call mapToObj rather than cast to make it compile. Guillaume Bailly and T Vergilio. Th answer is correct.
In the explanation, c1 should be an int and c2 should be a String rather than vice versa. The correct answer is D as listed. If you answered B and D, mark yourself as correct. Give yourself credit for this one whether you chose F or not. Yuri Savchenko. Alfonso Sanz. Choice C is tricky.
While it happens not to work, knowing that is beyond the scope of the exam. So give yourself credit either way. We meant which statement best describes the output. The correct answer should be E. The answer should be E, not A because the result set type is not scollable. The code should have braces around the try block. Wherever these were omitted, it as accidental. The println in the output should output path. It so happens these questions only have one correct answer.
We wanted checkboxes to make them harder. We are working with the test vendor to get this fixed. Radha Sahoo.
Jerzy Los. This does not change the correct answer. Seb Cato. John Longer. In the question with System. If you answered A and D, mark yourself as correct. The actual answer to the question is correct.
In the question asking you to fill in the blanks, line 8 should be blank and the explanation should remove the last sentence. Card You'll review the basics of object-oriented programming, understand functional programming, apply your knowledge to database work, and much more. Java 8 represents the biggest changes to the language to date, and the latest exam now requires that you demonstrate functional programming competence in order to pass.
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