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Java 1.1 Certification Study Guide

by Simon Roberts

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Sun Microsystems -- the creator of Java -- offers a Certification Exam that programmers take to demonstrate their proficiency with the language. Passing the test can mean a higher salary or a better job. This book is the ultimate authority for taking the test -- since the author of the book actually developed the exam for Sun! Roberts designed and implemented the testing guidelines and wrote the questions. This Study Guide covers every exam objective defined by Sun - including sample questions and annotated answers -- and has been given the stamp of approval from the Sun Education Team.

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