Decide Fast & Get 50% Flat Discount on This Special Offer | Limited Time Offer - Ends In COUPON CODE: SAVE50

1Z0-809 Exam Dumps

1Z0-809 Exam Dumps

Java SE 8 Programmer II

Vendor: Oracle

Exam Name: Java SE 8 Programmer II

Questions with Answers: 196

Last Updated: 08-Apr-2024

PDF Exam Dumps

$29.50 $59

Download Demo
WEB Practice Test

$39.50 $79

Try Demo
PDF + Practice Test
$49.50 $99
money back guarantee logo

100% MoneyBack Guarantee

security and privacy logo

Security and Privacy

customer support logo

24/7 Customer Service

Free 3 Months Updates

CertsAway offers you 3 months updates on each exam purchase. Once you will buy any of our exam products you will be subscribed to free 3 months updates

24/7 Customer Support

We offer you 24/7 free customer support to make your learning smooth and hassle free. If you have any query regarding the material so feel to write us.

100% Money Back Guarantee

Your money is safe with CertsAway. We provide 100% money back guarantee to our respective customers. CertsAway makes your venture safe with its 100% refund policy.

Try Free Demo

We insist you to try our free demo before exam purchase. This demo will make you acquainted with the real exam product. 100% passing guarantee with

Oracle 1Z0-809 Exam Questions

Java SE 8 Programmer II exams.

Given the definition of the Vehicle class: Class Vehhicle { int distance;//line n1 Vehicle (int x) { this distance = x; } public void increSpeed(int time) {//line n2 int timeTravel = time;//line n3 class Car { int value = 0; public void speed () { value = distance /timeTravel; System.out.println (“Velocity with new speed”+value+”kmph”); } } new Car().speed(); } } and this code fragment: Vehicle v = new Vehicle (100); v.increSpeed(60); What is the result?
Choose the Choices:

Given: IntStream stream = IntStream.of (1,2,3); IntFunction<Integer> inFu= x - > y - > x*y;//line n1 IntStream newStream =;//line n2 newStream.forEach(System.out::print); Which modification enables the code fragment to compile?
Choose the Choices:

Given the code fragment: List<Integer> values = Arrays.asList (1, 2, 3); () .map(n - > n*2)//line n1 .peek(System.out::print)//line n2 .count(); What is the result?
Choose the Choices:

Given the code fragment: public class Foo { public static void main (String [ ] args) { Map<Integer, String> unsortMap = new HashMap< > ( ); unsortMap.put (10, “z”); unsortMap.put (5, “b”); unsortMap.put (1, “d”); unsortMap.put (7, “e”); unsortMap.put (50, “j”); Map<Integer, String> treeMap = new TreeMap <Integer, String> (new Comparator<Integer> ( ) { @Override public int compare (Integer o1, Integer o2) {return o2.compareTo (o1); } } ); treeMap.putAll (unsortMap); for (Map.Entry<Integer, String> entry : treeMap.entrySet () ) { System.out.print (entry.getValue () + “ “); } } } What is the result?
Choose the Choices:

Which two reasons should you use interfaces instead of abstract classes? (Choose two.)
Choose the Choices:

Our Achievement

pencile in hand white icon
student white icon
78,000 Satisfied Customers
comment emoji white icon
open book white icon

What Our Clients Say