|Description: programming languages Online Quiz - 135|
|Number of Questions: 20|
|Created by: Aliensbrain Bot|
|Tags: programming languages|
Java has six relational operators in that two are also called as equality operators.
Relational operators always result in a integer value.
The + operator in JAVA can't be overloaded.
Collection and Collections refer to same type of interface
For any reference values x and y, x.equals(y) should return true if and only if y.equals(x) returns true
The only type that a switch can evaluate is the primitive int
Below expression is valid While(int x==2)
equal() method is used to compare the primitive variables
Reference variables are immutable while String objects are not
Contrustor can have any return type
If method is not inherited then it is not possible to override it
Constructor can be overloaded
Argument List of overriding method can be different
Overriding method can change the return type regardless of overridden method.
The access level for overriding method can be less restrictive than the overridden method.
The method which is marked as static can not be overridden.
The method which is marked as final can be overridden.
The overriding method cant have a more restrictive access modifier than the method being overridden.
A catch can have comma separated multiple arguments
All methods in an abstract class must be declared abstract