1Z0-815 Book (Second Edition, June 26, 2020 Build 2.0): Possible Wording and Syntactic Mistakes

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1Z0-815 Book (Second Edition, June 26, 2020 Build 2.0): Possible Wording and Syntactic Mistakes

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This week while I was reading OCP Java SE11 Programmer I Exam Fundamental 1Z0-815 (Second Edition, June 26, 2020 Build 2.0), I found some possible wording and syntactic mistakes. This is in the physical book form. I hope this helps.

p. 8: Unknown reason for the use of word "cum" here. "int i; //this declaration cum definition is complete in itself" (located in the middle of the page).

p. 36: Wording is off here, "Every Java class belongs to some or the other package." I believe the correct wording is "Every Java class belongs to some package or another."

p. 83 Missing period at end of sentence. The sentence ends with "...of that class cease to exist" (there is no period after exist).

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1. https://www.dictionary.com/browse/cum?s=t
2. Agreed. "some or the other" is also used commonly but "some package or another." is better.
3. Agreed.

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Regarding "cum", that is good to know. In the US, we use "cum" more so in the noun form in which Webster's dictionary defines as "seman" and "orgasm" (https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/cum). Good to know ;)

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I see. But the link that you shared says, "cum" is less common spelling of COME :) Also, I think you meant semen when you wrote seman!
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In actuality, "cum" is more commonly used than "come" in US vernacular. I spelled "semen" wrong! This is probably due to the fact that I so rarely the word, and in its stead I use "cum". I can only recall using the word "semen" during medical school.

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