About the Enthuware simulator

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Re: About the Enthuware simulator

Post by sumanenthu » Sun Mar 20, 2016 6:33 am

Regarding the OCPJP7 exam simulator I got to know that it contains 607 questions. Can I visit each question at least once if I go through all the practice tests?

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Re: About the Enthuware simulator

Post by admin » Sun Mar 20, 2016 9:07 pm

Not the practice tests. You should use the Standard Tests. They cover all the questions.
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Re: About the Enthuware simulator

Post by sumanenthu » Sun Mar 20, 2016 11:27 pm

admin wrote:Not the practice tests. You should use the Standard Tests. They cover all the questions.
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Yes I wanted to mention standard tests. Thanks Paul.

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Re: About the Enthuware simulator

Post by rvt1234 » Tue Apr 26, 2016 10:18 am

Not sure if this is the right forum,

but would it be possible to add a function to select code in the question area
so it can be pasted in a editor? Currently there is 'copy view text' but it add's incorrect/invalid UTF characters and includes the questions so we need to edit it in a editor to get working code.

The code now looks like this:Image

It would be nice if I can just select the code I need that's already properly formatted, this with correct linebreaks and not the incorrect utf characters.
I looked in a hex editor and the characters added a re : A0 C2

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Re: About the Enthuware simulator

Post by admin » Tue Apr 26, 2016 10:37 am

Sure, rvt, we will work on it asap.

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Re: About the Enthuware simulator

Post by admin » Fri Apr 29, 2016 12:29 am

ETS Viewer's latest version 3.72 lets you copy the code from the problem statement without junk characters.
To do so, right click on the code (no selection is required) and click "Copy view text" menu item to copy all the contents of the problem statement to clipboard.

This menu is displayed only if there is code in the problem statement. Otherwise, you can just highlight the text you want to copy and click control+c.

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Re: About the Enthuware simulator

Post by r.sangeetha29 » Tue Feb 07, 2017 1:01 am

Is this option also available in the real exam?

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Re: About the Enthuware simulator

Post by berniece.koch » Mon Jun 26, 2017 10:03 am

Today I had to update the Full Question Bank of OCP Java SE 8 Programmer II Exam (OCPJP-II) 1Z0-809 from your servers. Could I know which changes did you do between this version and the earlier?

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Re: About the Enthuware simulator

Post by admin » Mon Jun 26, 2017 11:43 am

There were only a few minor typos that were fixed. No new questions were added.
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Re: About the Enthuware simulator

Post by Username987654 » Sat Jul 01, 2017 1:26 pm

admin wrote:ETS Viewer's latest version 3.72 lets you copy the code from the problem statement without junk characters.
To do so, right click on the code (no selection is required) and click "Copy view text" menu item to copy all the contents of the problem statement to clipboard.

This menu is displayed only if there is code in the problem statement. Otherwise, you can just highlight the text you want to copy and click control+c.

HTH,
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I'm using Enthuware Test Studio v3.82 Build : 20170401, it appears that when I used the above technique (with TextPad), (808: Test 2: Question 6) Movable.java is the only file that javac doesn't complain about regarding the special characters, while Donkey.java and TestClass.java don't fare as well. What am I missing and/or what's the most effective way of making the entire copy and paste happen? Thanks in advance!

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Re: About the Enthuware simulator

Post by admin » Sat Jul 01, 2017 10:25 pm

I tried it just now. Right clicked and selected "Copy View Text". All of the class compiled fine. No special characters were copied. Of course, you will need to remove the line that says, "Identify the correct statement(s)."
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Re: About the Enthuware simulator

Post by Cannelids » Sun Jul 09, 2017 1:01 pm

I have the same question as berniece.koch a couple of posts back, but for the OCP 8 (1Z0-804) – wondering whether there any new questions

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Re: About the Enthuware simulator

Post by admin » Mon Jul 10, 2017 12:25 am

No new questions.
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Re: About the Enthuware simulator

Post by TwistedLizard » Mon Apr 02, 2018 7:46 am

To what extent does the simulator simulate the actual test in terms of the gui?

In particular:
Does the real test allow you to select, by dragging through, sections of code that I'm trying to think about?
Does the real test offer the right-click strike-through facility?
Does the real test let you mark questions as you proceed and offer a link to a review where you can see what's answered, what's marked and then jump to any question?
Does the real test have a timer at the top?

I'm assuming the real test doesn't tell you what topic is being tested, or how difficult the question is.

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Re: About the Enthuware simulator

Post by admin » Mon Apr 02, 2018 7:50 am

TwistedLizard wrote:To what extent does the simulator simulate the actual test in terms of the gui?
It is quite close. Other than the answers part, of course.
In particular:
Does the real test allow you to select, by dragging through, sections of code that I'm trying to think about?
No.
Does the real test offer the right-click strike-through facility?
Yes.
Does the real test let you mark questions as you proceed and offer a link to a review where you can see what's answered, what's marked and then jump to any question?
Yes.
Does the real test have a timer at the top?
Yes.
I'm assuming the real test doesn't tell you what topic is being tested, or how difficult the question is.
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Re: About the Enthuware simulator

Post by TwistedLizard » Mon Apr 02, 2018 8:03 am

Thank you.
Other than the answers part, of course.
Really? :)

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Re: About the Enthuware simulator

Post by Rick84 » Tue Aug 07, 2018 4:44 am

There seems to be a bug when continuing a test that is in progress. When you double click a question from the test overview, a dialog pops up asking you if you wish to continue from the selected question (YES), or from where you left it last (NO). When I choose 'NO' it always starts at question 1 instead of where I left off.

This with Enthuware Test Studio v3.93, build: 20180516 on Windows 10, Java 10.0.2.

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Re: About the Enthuware simulator

Post by admin » Tue Aug 07, 2018 5:17 am

If the test is finished, it will start from where ever you click. If the test is still on going then it remembers your place. We have noted your feedback and improve it.

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Re: About the Enthuware simulator

Post by Chopps » Fri Aug 17, 2018 4:09 pm

I like to add comments/notes to questions right after I answer them.
I need to be quick with my notes because the time keeps running while I'm writing, I think you should add the option to enable time pause when adding comments.

Also, I have the same behavior as Rick mentioned regarding continuing exam on selected question or where I left off. My exam is still in progress, I select "No" to continue where I left off and It takes me to question 1.

I am running v3.93, build: 20180516 on Windows 10, Java 1.8.0_161

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Re: About the Enthuware simulator

Post by admin » Fri Aug 17, 2018 8:43 pm

This is how it is supposed to function when the test is paused (note, paused, not finished):
1. If double click on a row, it pops up a dialog asking you about where you want to start the test from. See attached image test1.png. I paused the test when I was at q7. Then on the review screen, I double clicked on q3 and this dialog popped up.
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2. When I clicked Yes, the q3 was displayed. I.e. the restarted from question no 3.
3. Did the same thing again. i.e. went up to q7, clicked on Review, and then Pause, and then double clicked on No. In this case, question 7 was displayed. i.e. test restarted from question no 7.

4. When the test is already finished, this popup is not shown and the user is simply taken to the question they double clicked.

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Re: About the Enthuware simulator

Post by admin » Fri Aug 17, 2018 11:21 pm

I think I have found the issue that you are talking about. The problem that you have described happens when you close the test window and reopen it. In this case, the test starts from question 1.

We have applied a fix to address this issue. Please try the new viewer jar: http://enthuware.com/etsviewer/etsviewernew.jar and let me know if this works for you.

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