Test Status
      COREJAVARANDOMTEST
      (A) methods must not have any throws clauses
      (B) methods must not have any parameters
      (C) method should return any one of primitive data types
      (D) All the above
      (A) Arrays in Java are essentially objects.
      (B) It is not possible to assign one array to another. Individual elements of array can however be assigned
      (C) Array elements are indexed from 1 to size of array.
      (D) If a method tries to access an array element beyond its range, a compile warning is generated.
      (A) compile and display ‚??Equal‚??
      (B) compile and display ‚??Not Equal‚??
      (C) cause a compiler error
      (D) compile and display NULL
      (A) String str = ‚??Welcome to Java Programming‚??
      (B) String str = new String( ‚??Welcome to Java Programming‚?? )
      (C) String str; str = ‚??Welcome to Java Programming‚??
      (D) String str; str = new String (‚??Welcome to Java Programming‚?? )
      (A) Int data = (int) Math.floor(b);
      (B) Int data = (int) Math.abs(b);
      (C) Int data = (int) Math.ceil(b);
      (D) Int data = (int) Math.min(b);
      (A) Only Static methods of the same class
      (B) Only instances of the same class
      (C) Only methods those defined in the same class
      (D) Only classes available in the same package.
      (A) Non daemon thread
      (B) Daemon thread
      (C) Thread with dead state
      (D) None of the above