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The basic unit of encapsulation in Java is the: Mark for Review


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method
package
classpath
class (*)

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Incorrect. Refer to Section 7 Lesson 1.


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Consider

public class YourClass{


public YourClass(int i)
{/*code*/}
// more code...}
To instantiate YourClass, what would you write? Mark for Review
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YourClass y = new YourClass();
YourClass y = new YourClass(3); (*)
YourClass y = YourClass(3);
YourClass y = YourClass();
None of the above.

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3.

Which of the following calls the method calculate correc

tly?
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ThisClass t=new ThisClass(); int x=t.calculate(3,4); (*)

ThisClass t=new ThisClass(); int x=t.calculate(3);


int x=calculate(3,4);
ThisClass t=new ThisClass(); int x=t.calculate();

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Correct

4.
A team is working on a coding project. They desire that
all portions of their code should have access to the classes that they write. Wh
at access modifier should be used for each class?
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public (*)
protected
private
default
All of the above

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Incorrect. Refer to Section 7 Lesson 2.


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How is it possible for overloading to work?

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r Review
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There is no such thing as overloading.
The code has to be declared as private.
Java Virtual Machine searches until it finds a constructor name and argu
ment type match. (*)
The interpreter doesn't care what you name your constructors.

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Incorrect. Refer to Section 7 Lesson 2.

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Which of the following can be used as a parameter?

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(Choose all correct answers)
Objects (*)
Constructors
Strings (*)
Integers (*)
Arrays (*)

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Incorrect. Refer to Section 7 Lesson 2.


7.

Would this code be correct if a Dog is a HousePet? Why o

r Why not?
HousePet Scooby = new Dog();
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Maybe. There is no way to tell without seeing the methods for Dog and th
e methods for HousePet.
No, because ref must be declared either a HousePet or a Dog, but not bot
h.
Yes, because it is an abstract class.
Yes, because polymorphism allows this since Dog is a subclass of HousePe
t. (*)

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Identify the correct way to declare an abstract class.

abstract public class ClassName{...}


public class abstract ClassName(...)
public abstract ClassName(...)
public abstract class ClassName{...} (*)

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Incorrect. Refer to Section 7 Lesson 5.

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Abstract classes cannot implement interfaces. True or fa
lse?
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True
False (*)

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Incorrect. Refer to Section 7 Lesson 5.

10.
Consider creating a class Square that extends the Rectan
gle class provided below. Knowing that a square always has the same width and le
ngth, which of the following best represents a constructor for the Square class?

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(*)
None of the above.

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Section 7 Quiz
(Answer all questions in this section)
11.
Methods are generally declared as public so other classe
s may use them. True or false? Mark for Review
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True (*)
False

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12.

What is the Java Applet?

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(Choose all correct answers)
There is no such thing as a Java Applet.
It is the virtual machine that translates Java code into a representatio
n that the computer can understand.
A web-based Java program that is embedded into a web browser. (*)
A graphic visual included in Java. (*)

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Incorrect. Refer to Section 7 Lesson 4.

13.
Static classes can exist as inner classes. True or false
?
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True (*)
False

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14.
Static classes can't return instances of the parent clas
s when the parent class uses a private constructor. True or false?
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True
False (*)

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ue or false?
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Incorrect. Refer to Section 7 Lesson 3.


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You can create static classes as independent classes. Tr
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True
False (*)

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Incorrect. Refer to Section 7 Lesson 3.


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