Test Status
      CORETEST1
      (A) public static int main(char args[])
      (B) public static void main(String args[])
      (C) public static void MAIN(String args[])
      (D) public static void main(String args)
      (A) An empty memory space is returned so that the developers can utilize it.
      (B) void is not supported in Java
      (C) void returns no data type.
      (D) null
      (A) number_1
      (B) number_a
      (C) $1234
      (D) All of the above.
      (A) throw
      (B) void
      (C) private
      (D) All of the above.
      (A) 1alpha
      (B) xy+abc
      (C) both A and B
      (D) None of the above
      (A) public static int main(String args[])
      (B) public void main(String args)
      (C) public static void main(String args[])
      (D) public static void main(string args[])
      (A) Both procedural and OOP are supported in Java.
      (B) Java supports only procedural approach towards programming.
      (C) Java supports only OOP approach.
      (D) None of the above.
      (A) implement
      (B) friend
      (C) NULL
      (D) synchronized
      (A) int[] []x[];
      (B) int x[5];
      (C) int *x;
      (D) None of above
      (A) test
      (B) test -1
      (C) 0
      (D) 1
      (A) An instance of a class is an object
      (B) Objects can access both static and instance data
      (C) Objects do not permit encapsulation
      (D) Object is the super class of all other classes
      (A) The class compiles and runs, but does not print anything.
      (B) The number 1 gets printed with AssertionError
      (C) The program generates a compilation error.
      (D) The number 2 gets printed with AssertionError
      (A) The class does not compile because the top level class cannot be protected.
      (B) The program prints "abc"
      (C) The program prints "abcabc"
      (D) The program does not compile because statement "test = test + test" is illegal.