JAVA DUMPS 6(SCJP)

QUESTION NO: 29


Given:

1. public class Foo {

2. public static void main(String[] args) {

3. try {

4. return;

5. } finally {

6. System.out.println( "Finally" );

7. }

8. }

9. }


What is the result?

A. Finally

B. Compilation fails.

C. The code runs with no output.

D. An exception is thrown at runtime.


Answer: A


QUESTION NO: 30


Given:

ClassOne.java:

1. package com.abe.pkg1;

2. public class ClassOne {

3. private char var = 'a';

4. char getVar() { return var; }

5. }

ClassTest.java:

1. package com.abe.pkg2;

2. import com.abc.pkg1.ClassOne;

3. public class ClassTest extends ClassOne {

4. public static void main(String[] args) {

5. char a = new ClassOne().getVar();

6. char b = new ClassTest().getVar();

7. }

8. }


What is the result?

A. Compilation fails.

B. Compilation succeeds and no exceptions are thrown.

C. An exception is thrown at line 5 in ClassTest.java.

D. An exception is thrown at line 6 in ClassTest.java.


Answer: A


QUESTION NO: 31


Given:

1. public class Alpha1 {

2. public static void main( String[] args ) {

3. boolean flag; int i=0;

5. do {

6. flag = false;

7. System.out.println( i++ );

8. flag = i < 10;

9. continue;

10. } while ( (flag)? true:false );

11. }

12. }


What is the result?

A. 000000000

B. 0123456789

C. Compilation fails.

D. The code runs with no output.

E. The code enters an infinite loop.

F. An exception is thrown at runtime.


Answer: B


QUESTION NO: 32


Given:

1. package foo;

2.

3. import java.util.Vector;

4.

5. protected class MyVector Vector {

6. init i = 1;

7. public MyVector() {

8. i = 2;

9. }

10. }

11.

12. public class MyNewVector extends MyVector {

13. public MyNewVector() {

14. i = 4;

15. }

16. public static void main(String args[]) {

17. MyVector v = new MyNewVector();

18. }

19. }


What is the result?

A. Compilation succeeds.

B. Compilation fails because of an error at line 5.

C. Compilation fails because of an error at line 6.

D. Compilation fails because of an error at line 14.

E. Compilation fails because of an error at line 17.


Answer: B

38 comments:

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gowtham said...

Answer for the last question(32) is wrong. You can sub class/inherit a protected class from another package. I fails to compile as i is a default variable and it not accesible by MyNewVector class. So the answer is D.

Anonymous said...

@ Gowtham
I think, the answer for Q. 32 is B rather than D coz, A class cannot have "Protected" as access nodifier. Protected is valid only for class members. This would be the first fault the compiler would see.
Or would the Compiler let it go with a warning?? Need to check...

Anonymous said...

hello..its B only for Q 32 as there is a white space between this class name MyVector Vector

I would go for answer B for Q 32.

- Regards,
Babu

Anonymous said...

I think at line 5 we have return type for that class but nothing is being returned. It will throw compilation error. Answer B

java1246 said...

Hi guys, answer to question no : 32 is 'B' because a class cannot have protected or private access specifiers.

Anonymous said...

ya guys , the answer B is correct.......

Anonymous said...

answer of wuestion number 32 is right, b'coz you can't declare the top level classes as a protected. only two visibility mode is available for top level classes i.e public and package level modifiers.

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Anmol said...

B option is definitely correct one, cauz out of 4 access levels ie.default, public, private and protected. only default and public
is allowed to declare for a class.

gaurav said...

Bosdi ke B is right

Aswini said...

The option is B bcoz protected modifier is not applicable for top-level classes like MyVector class . Hence, compilation error at line 5

Vinayak said...

The Option B is right, because there is whitespace between the class name.

Sravs said...

32 Answer is wrong at the time of obj creation MyNewVector() is called.The control entered into that class Here the variable i=4 is initialized that extends from MyVector() but it is of type protected. We con't access i so error will be at line 14.So Ans D is correct

swap said...

The answer to Q32 is B because outer class can only be either public or default.so applying protected modifier to class will give compile time error.

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Anonymous said...
I think at line 5 we have return type for that class but nothing is being returned. It will throw compilation error. Answer B

July 8, 2009 12:11 AM


I had never heard about return type of a java class.

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Anonymous said...

I have a query. Why O?P of quest 30 is A. I think it should compile properly. It is a very straight forward question.

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Anonymous said...

hey,
in question no 31 i didnt get how he write flag = i < 10; how is it possible ...can anyone pls explain this program

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