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Which of the following expressions will produce errors upon compilation?
(A) boolean a = (boolean) 1;
(B) boolean b = (false && true);
(C) float y = 22.3;
• (A) & (C)
• (A)
• (A), (C) & (D)
• (A), (B) & (D)
(A) & (C)Integers cannot be converted to booleans, and floats must be explicitly specified (22.3f, and not 22.3 which is a double).
Which lines of the following will produce an error?
1. byte a1 = 2, a2 = 4, a3;
2. short s = 16;
3. a2 = s;
4. a3 = a1 * a2;
(The lines are numbered only for illustration in this question.)
• Line 1 only
• Line 3 only
• Line 4 only
• Line 3 and Line 4
• Line 1 and Line 4
Line 3 and Line 4In line 3, a short value is being assigned to a variable of type byte, which is illegal. Also, the "*" operator promotes the bytes to integers, which makes it illegal to assign the return value to a variable of type byte.
Examine the following code snippets to identify the legal loop constructs:
(A) for (int i = 22, int j = 0; i + j > 11; i = i-3, j++)

• (A)
• (A) & (D)
• (B)
• (A) & (C)
(A) & (D)In option (B), the argument of "while" is an integer, which is illegal. It can only be boolean. In option (C), "int i > 0" is an illegal construct.
Determine the output when the value of x is zero:
if(x >= 0)
if(x > 0)
System.out.println("x is positive");
else
System.out.println("x is negative");

• "x is positive"
• "x is positive" and "x is negative"
• None of these
• "x is negative"
"x is negative"The "else" statement corresponds to the second "if" in this case. To have it correspond to the first "if", curly braces
The control expression in an "if" statement must be:
• an expression with type integer
• an expression with type boolean
• an expression with either the type boolean or integer
• an expression with either the type boolean or integer with value 0 or 1
an expression with type booleanIn the Java programming language, only expressions of type boolean are allowed as control expressions in an "if" statement.
To print the value of a variable "x" of type int, which of the following expressions can be used:
(A) System.out.println("x = " + x);
(B) System.out.println("x = " + String.valueOf(x));
(C) System.out.println("x = " + Integer.toString(x));
(D) System.out.println("x = " + (new Integer(x)).toString());

• (B), (C) and (D)
• (A), (B), (C) and (D)
• (B) and (D)
• (C) and (D)
(A), (B), (C) and (D)Other than the functions in the String and Integer class, the + operator can be used directly with one String operand and other one int.
Consider the following code:
int i = 1;
switch(c)


• output will be One followed by Two
• output will be One, followed by Two, and then followed by Three
• output will be One
• code is illegal and therefore will not compile
output will be One, followed by Two, and then followed by ThreeThe flow of control in switch statements goes subsequently through the case statements unless explicitly broken using the break statement. In which case, the flow transfers to the first statement after the switch block. Without any break statements, all the cases are executed.
Consider the following code:
class NewString extends java.lang.String


• Results in error because java.lang.String isfinal
• Results in error because class body is not defined
• Results in error because the class is not declaredpublic
• Results in error because String isabstract
• Compiles successfully
Results in error because java.lang.String isfinaljava.lang.String is a final class and cannot be extended.
Examine the following class definitions to detect errors, if any.
abstract class MyPanel

• 1 Error. Method show() should have a return type
• 1 Error. Method show() is not implemented in MyDisplay
• 1 Error. MyDisplay does not contain any members
• No errors
1 Error. Method show() is not implemented in MyDisplayClass MyDisplay must implement the abstract method show(), or it must also be declared abstract.
Are there any errors in the following class definition?
abstract class Class1


• Class header definition is wrong
• Method definition is wrong
• Constructor needs to be defined
• No errors
Method definition is wrongThe method func1, which is declared as abstract cannot have a body as in the code above.
For the following class definition, which is a legal statement to construct an object of type Class1:
class Class1 extends Class2


• (A)
• (C) & (E)
• (A) & (B)
• (C) & (D)
• None of the above
(C) & (D)The two constructors defined for Class1 are used in options (C) and (D). All other constructors are invalid.
The method int func(int i, int j)
• (B) & (C)
• (C) & (D)
• (A), (B), (C) & (E)
• (A), (B) & (E)
• None of these
(A), (B) & (E)Method overloading can be done by specifying different arguments (or types). Only having a different return type causes compilation error (as in C above).
Which error does the following code contain: class Class1

• There is no error
• Class1 should be declared as abstract
• Method func1() must be declared as static
• Class Class1 has not been declared public
Class1 should be declared as abstractA class containing an abstract method must also be declared abstract.
What will be the output of the following program?
class Main1


• XXX
• Error. Won't compile
• YYY
• XXX followed by YYY
Error. Won't compileThe statement System.out.prinln("YYY"); is not reachable.
What will be the output of the following program?
class Main2


• XXX followed by YYY
• XXX
• YYY
• Error. Won't compile
XXX followed by YYY
What is java_g used for?
• Executing a class with optimization turned off
• Using the jdb tool
• To provide information about deprecated methods
• None of these
Executing a class with optimization turned off
With javadoc, which of the following denotes a javadoc comment?
• //#
• /*
• /**
• //**
/**
Which of the following command lines options generates documentation for all classes and methods?
• -protected
• -public
• -verbose
• -encoding
• -private
-private
Which javadoc tag is used to denote a comment for a method parameter?
• @method
• @parameter
• @param
• @argument
• @value
@param

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