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I answered "javac AssertTest.java" and it marked it wrong???

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Your answer seems to have an extra space between javac and AssertTest. Of course, it is correct but the engine is not able match it with the answers specified as correct. It is a limitation of the engine.
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Hi,
Based on this:
From Java 1.5 onwards, assert is treated as a keyword...
Why this one is correct?
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You forgot to read the last part of the explanation that you have quoted, "From Java 1.5 onwards, assert is treated as a keyword by default.
The detailed explanation explains this point further.
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Since it's a class for testing asserts I enabled Asserts and therefore got it wrong. I thought the point of the question was to test enabling asserts. Am I missing something?

I put: javac -ea AssertTest.java

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Wesley wrote:Since it's a class for testing asserts I enabled Asserts and therefore got it wrong. I thought the point of the question was to test enabling asserts. Am I missing something?

I put: javac -ea AssertTest.java
You need to read the question properly. It is asking about compilation and not execution. -ea flag is applicable only while executing a program and not while compiling it.
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Aaaah my bad. Thanks! That's what I get for always using an IDE.

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