Simulador de preparacion exmen certificacion JAVA 7 developer

JUAN JOSÈ ORJUEL
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JUAN JOSÈ ORJUEL
Created by JUAN JOSÈ ORJUEL almost 6 years ago
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se trata de hacer un examen para prepararse para el examen de certificacion de java

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Question 1

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what are the valid components of a java source file (choose all that apply)
Answer
  • package statement
  • import statements
  • methods
  • variables
  • java compiler
  • java runtime environment

Question 2

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the following munbered list of java class components is not in any particular order. select the correct order of their occurrence in a java class (choose all that apply): 1. comments 2. import statements 3. package statement 4. methods 5. class declaration 6. variables.
Answer
  • 1,3,2,5,6,4
  • 3,1,2,5,4,6
  • 3,2,1,4,5,6
  • 3,2,1,5,6,4

Question 3

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which of the following examples define the correct java class structure

Question 4

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given the following definition of the class EjavaGuru, what is the output of the previous class, if it is executed using the command: "java EjavaGuru one two three four"
Answer
  • one:two:three
  • EJavaGuru:one:tow
  • java:EJavaGuru:one
  • tow:three:four

Question 5

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given the following contents of the java source code file MyClass.java select the correct options
Answer
  • the imported class, java.util.Date, can be accessed only in the class Student.
  • the imported class, java.util.Date, can be accessed by both the Student and Course classes
  • Both of the classes Student and Course are defined in the package com.ejavaguru.
  • Course is defined in the default java package.

Question 6

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which of the following options, when inserted at //INSERT CODE HERE will print out EJavaGuru
Answer
  • public void main (String [] args)
  • public void main (String args [] )
  • static public void main (String[] array)
  • public static void main (String args)
  • static public main (String args[])

Question 7

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select the correct options
Answer
  • you can start the execution of a java application through the main method
  • the java compiler calls and executes the main method
  • the java virtual machine calls and executes the main method
  • a class calls and executes the main method

Question 8

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A class Course is definided in a package com.ejavaguru. Given that the physical location of the corresponding class file is /mycode/com/ejavaguru/Course.class and execution takes place within the mycode directory, which of the following lines of code, when inserted //INSERT CODE HERE, will import the Course class into the class MyCourse
Answer
  • import mycode.com.ejavaguru.Course;
  • import com.ejavaguru.Course;
  • import mycode.com.ejavaguru;
  • import com.ejavaguru;
  • import mycode.com.ejavaguru.*;
  • import com.ejavaguru.*;

Question 9

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examine the following code: which of the following statements will be true if the variable courseName is defined as a private variable?
Answer
  • class EJavaGuru will print Java
  • class EJavaGuru will print null
  • class EJavaGuru will won't compile
  • class EJavaGuru will throw an exception at runtime

Question 10

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Given the following definition of the class Course: what's the output of the following code?
Answer
  • the class EJavaGuru will print java
  • the class EJavaGuru will print null
  • the class EJavaGuru will not compile
  • the class EJavaGuru will throw an exception at runtime

Question 11

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Given the following code, select the correct options
Answer
  • you can't define a method argument as a private variable
  • a method argument should be defined with either public or default accessibility
  • for overridden methods, method arguments should be defined with protected accessibility.
  • none of the above

Question 12

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Select all incorrect statements
Answer
  • a programmer can't define a new primitive data type
  • a programmer can define a new primitive data type
  • once assigned, the value of a primitive can't be modified
  • a value can't be assigned to a primitive variable

Question 13

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which of the options are correct for the following code?
Answer
  • code at line 4 fails to compile
  • code at line 5 fails to compile
  • code at line 6 fails to compile
  • code at line 7 fails to compile

Question 14

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what is the output of the following code?
Answer
  • 611
  • 641
  • 930
  • 960

Question 15

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Select the options that is / are the best choice for de following
Answer
  • long, boolean, double
  • long, int, float
  • char, int, double
  • long, boolean, float

Question 16

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which of the following options contain correct code to declare and initialize variables to store numbers?
Answer
  • bit a = 0;
  • integer a2 = 7;
  • long a3 =0X10C;
  • short a4 = 0512;
  • double a5 = 10;
  • byte a7 = -0;
  • long a8 = 123456789;

Question 17

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Select the options that, when inserted at //INSERTE CODE HERE, will make the following code output code a value of 11
Answer
  • ctr +=1;
  • ctr =+1;
  • ++ctr;
  • ctr = 1;

Question 18

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what is the output of the following code
Answer
  • 218
  • 232
  • 246
  • compilation error

Question 19

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what is true about the following lines of code
Answer
  • code prints true
  • code prints false
  • code prints >= false
  • compilation error

Question 20

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which of the following methods correctly accepts three whole numbers as methods arguments and returns their sum as a decimal number?

Question 21

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how can you include encapsulation in your class design
Answer
  • define instance variables as private members
  • define public methods to access and modify the instance variables
  • define some of the instance variables as public members
  • all of the previous

Question 22

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if the functionality of the operators = and > were to be swapped in java (for the code on line number 4, 5, and 6), what would be the result of the following code?
Answer
  • true, true, false
  • 10.0, false, false
  • false, false, false
  • compilation error

Question 23

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examine the following code and select the correct options
Answer

Question 24

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examine the following code and select the correct options
Answer
  • the heigth de a Person can never be set to more than 300.
  • the previous code is an example of a well-encapsulated class
  • the class would be better encapsulated if the heigth validation weren't set to 300.
  • even though the class isn't well encapsulated, it can be inherited by other classes

Question 25

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which of the following correctly accepts three whole numbers as method arguments and returns their sum as a decimal number?

Question 26

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which of the following statements are true?
Answer
  • if the return type of a method is int, the method can return a value od type byte
  • a method may or may not return a value
  • if the return type of a method is void, it can define a return statement without a value, as follows: "return;"
  • a method may or may not accept any method arguments.
  • a method should accept at least one method argument or define its return type.
  • a method whose return type is String can't return null

Question 27

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Given the following definition of class Person,
Answer
  • anotherMethod, anotherMethod, someMethod, someMethod
  • anotherMethod, EJava, someMethod, someMethod
  • anotherMethod, EJava, someMethod, EJava
  • Compilation error.

Question 28

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what is the ouput of the following code?
Answer
  • 20 10 11 11
  • 20 20 11 10
  • 20 10 11 10
  • compilation error

Question 29

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Given the following signature of method eJava, choose the options that correctly overload this method
Answer
  • private String eJava(int val, String firstName, double dur)
  • public void eJava(int val1, String val2, double val3)
  • String eJava(int name , String age, double duration)
  • float eJava(double name, String age, byte duration)
  • ArrayList<String> eJava()
  • char[] eJava(double numbers)
  • String eJava()

Question 30

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given the following code,
Answer
  • Compilation error
  • Rintime exception
  • int String
  • long Object

Question 31

Question
examine the following code and select the correct options:
Answer
  • The class EJava defines three overloaded contructors
  • The class Ejava define two overloaded contructors. The private constructor isn't counted as an overloaded constructor.
  • Constructors with different access modifiers can't call each other
  • the code prints the following: protected private public
  • the code prints the following: public private protected

Question 32

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Select the incorrect options
Answer
  • If a user defines a private constructor for a public class, Java creates a public default constructor for the class.
  • A class that gets a default constructor doesn’t have overloaded constructors.
  • A user can overload the default constructor of a class.
  • The following class is eligible for default constructor: class EJava {}
  • The following class is also eligible for a default constructor: class EJava { void EJava() {} }

Question 33

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What is the output of the following code?
Answer
  • 4c010
  • 4c10
  • 113
  • 103
  • Compilation error

Question 34

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What is the output of the following code?
Answer
  • 0:0
  • a:b
  • 0:b
  • a:0
  • compilation error

Question 35

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Which of the following are valid lines of code to define a multidimensional int array?
Answer
  • int[][] array1 = {{1, 2, 3}, {}, {1, 2,3, 4, 5}};
  • int[][] array2 = new array() {{1, 2, 3}, {}, {1, 2,3, 4, 5}};
  • int[][] array3 = {1, 2, 3}, {0}, {1, 2,3, 4, 5};
  • int[][] array5 = new int[2][];

Question 36

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Which of the following statements are correct?
Answer
  • By default, an ArrayList creates an array with an initial size of 16 to store its elements.
  • Because ArrayList stores only objects, you can’t pass element of an ArrayList to a switch construct.
  • Calling clear() or remove() on an ArrayList, will remove all its elements.
  • If you frequently add elements to an ArrayList, specifying a larger capacity will improve the code efficiency.
  • Calling the method clone() on an ArrayList creates its shallow copy; that is, it doesn’t clone the individual list elements.

Question 37

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Which of the following statements are correct?
Answer
  • An ArrayList offers a resizable array, which is easily managed using the methods it provides. You can add and remove elements from an ArrayList.
  • Values stored by an ArrayList can be modified.
  • You can iterate through elements of an ArrayList using a for loop, Iterator, or ListIterator.
  • An ArrayList requires you to specify the total elements before you can store any elements in it.
  • An ArrayList can store any type of object.

Question 38

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What is the output of the following code?
Answer
  • Line 7 prints true
  • Line 7 prints false
  • Line 8 prints -1
  • Line 8 prints 1
  • Line 9 removes all elements of the list ejg
  • Line 9 sets ejg to null
  • Line 10 prints null
  • Line 10 prints []
  • Line 10 prints a value similar to ArrayList@16356
  • Line 11 throws an exception

Question 39

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What is the output of the following code?
Answer
  • true printed once
  • false printed once
  • true printed in an infinite loop
  • false printed in an infinite loop

Question 40

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What is the output of the following code?
Answer
  • gZmeAZ
  • gZmeAa
  • gZm
  • gZ
  • game

Question 41

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What is the output of the following code?
Answer
  • gZmeAZ
  • gZmeAa
  • gZm
  • gZ
  • game

Question 42

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What is the output of the following code?
Answer
  • 12S512S5
  • 12S12S
  • 1025102S
  • dRuntime exception

Question 43

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What is the output of the following code?
Answer
  • 521
  • Runtime exception
  • 65321
  • 65431

Question 44

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What’s the output of the following code?
Answer
  • 10
  • 30
  • 31
  • 32

Question 45

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What’s the output of the following code?
Answer
  • 10
  • 30
  • 31
  • 32

Question 46

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Which of the following statements is true?
Answer
  • The enhanced for loop can’t be used within a regular for loop.
  • The enhanced for loop can’t be used within a while loop.
  • The enhanced for loop can be used within a do-while loop.
  • The enhanced for loop can’t be used within a switch construct.
  • All of the above statements are false.

Question 47

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What’s the output of the following code?
Answer
  • true false ABC
  • false ABC
  • true ABC
  • Compilation error

Question 48

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Given the following code, which of the following lines of code can individually replace the //INSERT CODE HERE line so that the code compiles successfully?
Answer
  • case 10*3: System.out.println(2);
  • case num: System.out.println(3);
  • case 10/3: System.out.println(4);
  • case num2: System.out.println(5);

Question 49

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What’s the output of the following code?
Answer
  • default
  • default 4
  • 4
  • Compilation error

Question 50

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What’s the output of the following code?
Answer
  • default case1 case2
  • case1 case2
  • case2
  • Compilation error
  • Runtime exception

Question 51

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What’s the output of the following code?
Answer
  • ejava enum guru
  • ejava
  • ejavaguru e
  • ejava enum guru ejavaguru

Question 52

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What’s the output of the following code?
Answer
  • else
  • 0 1 2
  • 0 1
  • Compilation error

Question 53

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What’s the output of the following code?
Answer
  • Compilation error
  • 0 5
  • 0 5 10
  • 10
  • 0 1 5
  • 5
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