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03.04.2018
Jamila Sam
Co-author of introductory MOOCs on Java, Senior Researcher & Teacher Associate at EPFL
Java

Given the following program (you will suppose that all the needed imports are done):

703 answers
542 good - 161 bad
 
03.04.2018
Jamila Sam
Co-author of introductory MOOCs on Java, Senior Researcher & Teacher Associate at EPFL
Java

Given the following program (you will suppose that all the needed imports are done):

611 answers
420 good - 191 bad
 
03.04.2018
Jamila Sam
Co-author of introductory MOOCs on Java, Senior Researcher & Teacher Associate at EPFL
Java

Given the following classes:

287 answers
187 good - 100 bad
 
03.04.2018
Jamila Sam
Co-author of introductory MOOCs on Java, Senior Researcher & Teacher Associate at EPFL
Java

Given the following code:

829 answers
184 good - 645 bad
 
03.04.2018
Jamila Sam
Co-author of introductory MOOCs on Java, Senior Researcher & Teacher Associate at EPFL
Java

Among the following pairs of method headers, which ones can co-exist in the same class:

780 answers
596 good - 184 bad