Members of a class specified as private are accessible only to the methods of the class.

A. True

B. False

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  3. To delete a file, we can use an instance of class file.
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  5. Declaring a method synchronized guarantees that the deadlock cannot occur.
  6. Which of the following keywords are used to control access to a class member?
  7. In a single Servlet class we can use____________
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  9. A method declared as static can not access non-static class members.
  10. The setBackground() method is part of the class
  11. Java is fully object oriented programme.
  12. Objects are passed to a method by use of call-by-reference.
  13. executeUpdate automatically updates data because___________
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  15. The methods wait() and noify() are defined in
  16. Consider the following class definitions: class maths { student student1; } class student { String name;…
  17. Two methods cannot have the same name in Java.
  18. Java always provides a default constructor to a class.
  19. A string object can not be modified after it is created.
  20. A static class method can be invoked by simply using the name of the method alone.
  21. executeUpdate(------------) returns ___________
  22. The name of the RMI compiler is ___________
  23. Which of the following command lines options generates documentation for all classes and methods?
  24. Given the codeString s = new String("abc");Which of the following calls are valid?
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  26. We can add more than one class(es) at the time of compilation Java Beans.
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