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Every method of a final in class is implicitly final.

A. True

B. False

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  1. JSP files creates ________________
  2. If a=10 and b= 15, then the statement x =(a>b)?a:b; assigns the value 15 to x.
  3. The import statement is always the first no comment statement in a Java program files.
  4. In RMI before running the client program we must start RMI Registry.
  5. Servlet has ___________
  6. DataInput is
  7. Consider the following code snippet: try {int x=0; int y=50/x; System.out.println("Division by zero");…
  8. If you want to assign a value of 99 to the variable year, then which of the following lines can be used…
  9. When we invoke repaint () for a Component, the AWT invokes the method:
  10. One the features of is that an array can store many different types of values.
  11. It is an error to have a method with the same signature in both the super class and its subclass.
  12. It is an error if a class with one or more abstract methods is not explicitly declared abstract.
  13. When we implement the Runnable interface, we must define the method
  14. In RMI we invoke client method from remote server
  15. forName() is a static factory method
  16. A catch can have comma-separated multiple arguments.
  17. putValue(...) method takes _____________________-
  18. executeUpdate(------------) returns ___________
  19. A final class may not have any abstract method.
  20. Which of the following control expressions are valid for an if statement?
  21. The use of protected keyword to a member in a class will restrict its visibility as follows:
  22. We can over load methods with differences only in their return type.
  23. Which of the following represent legal flow control statements?
  24. executeUpdate automatically updates data because___________
  25. When X is a positive number the operations x>> 2 and x>>>2 both produce the same result.
  26. Any method in a supper class can be over ridden in its subclass.
  27. Throwing an exception always causes program termination.
  28. What is wrong in the following class definitions? abstract class print { abstract show();} class…
  29. A variable declared inside the for loop control can not be referenced out side the loop.
  30. Which of the following methods belong to the String class?