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    400 + Java Interview Questions

    Here you can find more then 400 frequently asked questions for Java , J2ee.

    http://java-j2ee-interview-questions.blogspot.com

    Also links to Oracle interview Questions, Unix Interview Questions and Behavioural Interviews can be found in the above page.

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    The funniest link in ages! Are you a professional comedian?

    "400+ Java Interview Questions, 50 one-line answers, all cut-and-pasted from various forums and in no discernable order" would have been a bit more accurate! Though it's a tad long for a title I agree.

    The questions started with the classic:

    "1. What are the four corner stones of OOP ?"

    To which the answer given was:

    "Abstraction, Encapsulation, Polymorphism and Inheritance." (Boom! Boom! I hear you say).

    Fair enough you might say, but I would have added at least one "cornerstone" (e.g. modularity) to show I was capable of independent thought, and be able to elaborate on any of them as I would expect that to be the next question. Any interviewer worth his/her salt/pepper would have followed-up. The last thing I would expect is:

    "2. What do you understand by private, protected and public ?"

    RANDOM isn't the word! This is pure comedy genius, who writes this stuff, I thought Eric Morecambe was dead?

    The icing was my parting glimpse of:

    "53.To a server method, the client wants to send a value 20,
    with this value exceeds to 20, a message should be sent to the client ? What will you do for achieving for this ?" (It's the way you tell 'em!)

    My abs started to cramp-up at this point and I started to feel faint, so I reluctantly decided called it a day.

    I don't intend to read through the rest of the questions (BTW - there are no more answers) for the fear of developing a side-splitting double hernia!

    So, I will offer a prize to anyone has the time and/or inclination to dig up any other nuggets from the remaining questions. I will offer a prize to the person who posts the funniest/silliest/most inaccurate/most random question on that site.

    The grand prize is one pint of Kronenbourg Cold to myself, and a similarly pointless link to the winner. Second place gets two pointless links!

    BTW - this is my first post here, hello!

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    You are absolutely right.

    Thanks for the info.

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    Java J2EE interview questions with clear and concise answers

    Get a free sample download from http://www.lulu.com/java-success. A Java/J2EE interview guide clear and concise answers supplemented with diagrams, code snippets, examples and cross referencing.
    Arul

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    Latest Java J2ee Interview Questions

    Here you can find more then 400 frequently asked questions for Java , J2ee.

    http://java-j2ee-interview-questions.blogspot.com

    Also links to Oracle interview Questions, Unix Interview Questions and Behavioural Interviews can be found in the above page.

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