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SCJP Module-4 Question-17

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The program given below test your aptitude of Inheritance and method overloading and prepare you for SCJP exam.

Given the following sample code:

Example3{
         void Twin(int a, float b) { System.out.println("Hello ");}
                }

class SubExample3 extends Example3{
         public void Twin(int a, float b)throws java.io.IOException        
             {
              System.out.println("Hello "); }
              }

How can you correct above code ?

1. By removing the "throws" clause.

2. By changing the type of arguments of overriding  method.

3. By increasing the number of arguments.

4. Correction is not needed.

Answer :

(1)

Explanation :

"IOException" is not compatible with "throws" clause .

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