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Hello,

I've bought the licence in June and I've donwloaded the file on 4th June but it is still like below. We're looking forward to reading an answer of yours. Thanks for your sypport. Have a good day and a good work.


Given the following module definitions:

module m${
requires n;
exports o;
}

module _n{
requires m$;
exports p;
}

Identify the correct statements.

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Hello,
now I've just downloaded https://enthuware.com/downloads/1z0-815.ets and update it into my running folder but I can see like below. We're looking forward to reading an answer of yours. Thanks for your sypport. Have a good day and a good work.

Given the following module definitions:

module m${
requires n;
exports o;
}

module _n{
requires m$;
exports p;
}

Identify the correct statements.

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What you are seeing is correct. That is what it should be. So, I am not sure what is your question.
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Post by af1981 »

Is the correct declaration in this way, please?

module m${
requires _n;
exports o;
}

module _n{
requires m$;
exports p;
}

Now I can see in the question:

module m${
requires n; --> There is NOT "requires _n"
exports o;
}

module _n{
requires m$;
exports p;
}

Thanks for your support. Have a good day!

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Oh right. You are absolutely correct. I was so focused on $m and m$ , I didn't notice n and _n issue. Sorry about that. Fixing it now.
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Post by dimitrilc »

I tried every single special character on my US keyboard.

As opposed to what explanation in C states, dot and underscore are not valid.

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class . {}
     ^
1 error
error: compilation failed

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as of release 9, '_' is a keyword, and may not be used as an identifier
class _ {}
      ^
1 error
error: compilation failed
Can we conclude that the US dollar sign $ is the only valid special character if used as package,class or module name? As least for the US version of the test?

For example, the UK pound £ or Japanese Yen ¥ are also valid, but the Costa Rica colon ₡ or the Cuba peso ₱ are invalid.

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Right, only $ is valid as far as this exam is concerned.
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