Sun Certified Java Programmer

Practice Exam

Created by Sreenivasa Kumar Majji

Paper 1

Paper 2

Paper 3



Question 21
    What will happen if you compile/run the following code?
    
    1:  public class Q21
    2:  {	
    3:      int maxElements;
    4:   
    5:      void Q21()
    6:      {
    7:          maxElements = 100;
    8:          System.out.println(maxElements);
    9:      }
    10:    
    11:     Q21(int i)
    12:     {
    13:          maxElements = i;
    14:          System.out.println(maxElements);
    15:     }
    16:
    17:     public static void main(String[] args)
    18:     {
    19:          Q21 a = new Q21();
    20:          Q21 b = new Q21(999);
    21:     }
    22:  }

    A) Prints 100 and 999.
    B) Prints 999 and 100.
    C) Compilation error at line 3, variable maxElements was not initialized.
    D) Compillation error at line 19.
Answer

Question 22
    What will happen if run the following code?
    
    1:	Boolean[] b1 = new Boolean[10];
    2:
    3:	boolean[] b2 = new boolean[10];
    4:  
    6:	System.out.println("The value of b1[1] = " +b1[1]);
    7:	System.out.println("The value of b2[1] = " +b2[1]);
    
    A) Prints "The value of b1[1] = false"
              "The value of b2[1] = false".
               
    B) Prints "The value of b1[1] = null"
              "The value of b2[1] = null".

    C) Prints "The value of b1[1] = null"
              "The value of b2[1] = false".

    D) Prints "The value of b1[1] = false"
              "The value of b2[1] = null". 
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Question 23
    Which of the following are valid array declarations/definitions? 
1: int iArray1[10]; 2: int iArray2[]; 3: int iArray3[] = new int[10]; 4: int iArray4[10] = new int[10]; 5: int []iArray5 = new int[10]; 6: int iArray6[] = new int[]; 7: int iArray7[] = null;
A) 1. B) 2. C) 3. D) 4. E) 5. F) 6. G) 7.
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Question 24
    What is the output for the following lines of code?
1: System.out.println(" " +2 + 3); 2: System.out.println(2 + 3); 3: System.out.println(2 + 3 +""); 4: System.out.println(2 + "" +3);
A) Compilation error at line 3 B) Prints 23, 5, 5 and 23. C) Prints 5, 5, 5 and 23. D) Prints 23, 5, 23 and 23.
Answer

Question 25
    The following declaration(as a member variable) is legal.
static final transient int maxElements = 100;
A) True. B) False.
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Question 26
    What will happen if you compile/run the following lines of code?
1: int[] iArray = new int[10]; 2: 3: iArray.length = 15; 4: 5: System.out.println(iArray.length);
A) Prints 10. B) Prints 15. C) Compilation error, you can't change the length of an array. D) Runtime exception at line 3.
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Question 27
    What will happen if you compile/run the folowing lines of code? 
1: Vector a = new Vector(); 2: 3: a.addElement(10); 4: 5: System.out.println(a.elementAt(0));
A) Prints 10. B) Prints 11. C) Compilation error at line 3. D) Prints some garbage.
Answer

Question 28
    What will happen if you invoke the following method?
1: public void check() 2: { 3: System.out.println(Math.min(-0.0,+0.0)); 4: System.out.println(Math.max(-0.0,+0.0)); 5: System.out.println(Math.min(-0.0,+0.0) == Math.max(0.0,+0.0)); 6: } A) prints -0.0, +0.0 and false. B) prints -0.0, +0.0 and true. C) prints 0.0, 0.0 and false. D) prints 0.0, 0.0 and true.
Answer

Question 29
    What will happen if you compile/run this code?
1: int i = 012; 2: int j = 034; 3: int k = 056; 4: int l = 078; 5: 6: System.out.println(i); 7: System.out.println(j); 8: System.out.println(k);
A) Prints 12,34 and 56. B) Prints 24,68 and 112. C) Prints 10, 28 and 46. D) Compilation error.
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Question 30
    When executed the following line of code will print
System.out.println(-1 * Double.NEGATIVE_INFINITY); A) -Infinity B) Infinity C) NaN D) -NaN Answer

Question No 21
    D. Constructors should not return any value. Java won't allow to indicate with void.
       In this case void Q21() is an ordinary method which has the same name of the Class.
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Question No 22
    C. By default objects will be initialized to null and primitives to their corresponding default vaulues.
        The same rule applies to array of objects and primitves. 
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Question No 23
    B,C,E and G. You can't specify the array dimension in type specification(left hand side),
        so A and D are invalid. In line 6 the array dimension is missing(right hand side) so F is invalid.
        You can intialize an array with null. so G is valid.
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Question No 24
    B. 
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Question No 25
    A. 
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Question No 26
    C. Once array is created then it is not possible to change the length of the array.  
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Question No 27
    C. You can't add primitives to Vector. Here 10 is int type primitive.
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Question No 28
    B. The order of floating/double values is
     -Infinity --> Negative Numbers/Fractions --> -0.0 --> +0.0 --> Positive Numbers/Fractions --> Infinity.
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Question No 29
    D. Here integers are assinged by octal values. Octal numbers will contain digits from 0 to 7. 
       8 is illegal digit for an octal value, so you get compilation error. 
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Question No 30
    B. Compile and see the result.
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