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Pg: 9
Status: Fixed
Fixed in Build: 1.9
Reported On: 2019-10-03
Reported By: nk2164
Location: 1.4 second last sentence
Old Text:
Similarly, if you change one reference to point to some other object, that doesn’t change other references pointing to the that object.
New Text:
Similarly, if you change one reference to point to some other object, that doesn’t change other references pointing to that object.
Comments:
Remove extra "the"
Pg: 36
Status: Fixed
Fixed in Build: 25
Reported On: 2020-02-07
Reported By: javiut
Location: 2.2.2 Stucture of a Java class
Old Text:
Part 3: one or more reference type (i.e. class, interface, or enum) definitions. ...
New Text:
Part 3: zero or more reference type (i.e. class, interface, or enum) definitions. --- On Page 37, the line, "A Java source file must define at least one Java reference type definition in it." must be deleted.
Comments:
All of the three parts are optional.
Pg: 42
Status: Fixed
Fixed in Build: 25
Reported On: 2020-02-07
Reported By: javiut
Location: 2.2.5 Quiz
Old Text:
Correct answer is B.
New Text:
Correct answer is B and E. Option E is correct because a Java source file contains three parts package declaration, import statements, and type declarations. All of them are optional.
Comments:

Pg: 44
Status: TBF
Fixed in Build: -
Reported On: 2019-07-29
Reported By: Username987654
Location: 2.4.1
Old Text:
Thus, you cannot use the simple name Values in your code if you haven’t imported taxes.* or taxes.Test already using the regular import statement.
New Text:
Thus, you cannot use the simple name Values in your code if you haven’t imported taxes.* or taxes.Values already using the regular import statement.
Comments:
taxes.Test should be changed to taxes.Values.
Pg: 51
Status: Fixed
Fixed in Build: Build 12, 2019-01-06
Reported On: 2019-01-02
Reported By: OCAJO1
Location: 2.7 Compare and contrast the features and components of Java - Point 6
Old Text:
A Java application can be run with a .
New Text:
A Java application can be run with a Security Manager.
Comments:

Pg: 51
Status: TBF
Fixed in Build: -
Reported On: 2019-07-30
Reported By: Username987654
Location: 2.7
Old Text:
If a subclass overrides a method of a base class and if the object referred to by a variable is of type subclass, then the subclass’s version of the method is used even if the declared type of the variable is of base class. This is also called .
New Text:
If a subclass overrides a method of a base class and if the object referred to by a variable is of type subclass, then the subclass’s version of the method is used even if the declared type of the variable is of base class. This is also called dynamic binding.
Comments:
The words "dynamic binding" are missing at the end.
Pg: 59
Status: Fixed
Fixed in Build: 25
Reported On: 2020-02-23
Reported By: karthiknk81
Location: 3.1 (Table of Data types)
Old Text:
'\uo0061'
New Text:
'\u0061'
Comments:

Pg: 61
Status: TBF
Fixed in Build: -
Reported On: 2019-07-30
Reported By: Username987654
Location: 3.3.1
Old Text:
Object obj2 = obj; //initializing obj using another reference
New Text:
Object obj2 = obj; //initializing obj2 using another reference
Comments:

Pg: 66
Status: Fixed
Fixed in Build: Build 7, 2018-10-20
Reported On: 2018-10-20
Reported By: Flex567
Location: 3.3.3 - literals
Old Text:
You cannot start or end a literal with an underscore and cannot use multiple underscores consecutively.
New Text:
You cannot start or end a literal with an underscore. You can also use multiple underscores consecutively. You don't need to worry about the rules governing the usage of underscores in hexadecimal, binary, and octal number formats.
Comments:

Pg: 68
Status: Fixed
Fixed in Build: Build 14, 2019-01-26
Reported On: 2019-01-10
Reported By:
Location: 3.3.3 - Assigning values to variables - primitive assignment
Old Text:
For example, you know that the size of a byte (8 bits) is smaller than the size of an int (16 bits)
New Text:
For example, you know that the size of a byte (8 bits) is smaller than the size of an int (32 bits)
Comments:

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