It’s no surprise that everyone has their own style of learning new material. Some learn material from hearing it, some from reading it, and some by trial and error. Object-oriented programming covers a vast amount of material, and books often fail to offer a means of validation about how well you’ve learned the information. I have always found this to be frustrating, because I prefer to have immediate feedback about how well I’ve understood what I read.
This chapter provides two quizzes consisting of 50 questions each, to provide you with immediate feedback about how well you know the material covered in Chapters 1-4. The questions ...