Q1. How can you minimise all views except for the currently selected view in the Eclipse interface?

  •  Press Control-M (Windows) or Command-M (Mac)
  •  Double-click the tab you want to maximise
  •  all of these answers
  •  Click the Maximise button at the top right of the view

Q2. What happens when you execute the Run -> Skip all Breakpoints command?

  •  All breakpoints are deleted
  •  none of these answers
  •  All breakpoints will not be fired when debugging and will not cause application execution to suspend
  •  All breakpoints and bookmarks are disabled

Q3. What is not a key part of Eclipse projects and technologies?

  •  Plug-in Development Environment (PDE)
  •  Eclipse Project
  •  Java Development Toold (JDT)
  •  Eclipse .NET

Q4. Which is a valid way to create a code snippet?

  •  Right-click the selected code and select Add to Snippets
  •  Drag the code into the snippets view
  •  Click Source -> Snippets -> Create Snippet
  •  With the code selected, click the + button in the Snippets view

Q5. In this image, what does the circled button do?

  •  It expands the comparison between the two files to include whitespace.
  •  It allows you to delete the line of code to which it is connected.
  •  It allows changes from one version of a file to be applied to another version of the file.
  •  It allows you to merge both lines of code together.

Q6. When inserting a snippet containing variables into a source file, how are values for the variable defined?

  •  Eclipse fills them in with a drop-down menu of available optons.
  •  They are automatically highlighted in code.
  •  They are populated using environment variables.
  •  You populate them through a pop-up windows.

Q7. How can you create a new Git branch in Eclipse?

  •  all of these answers
  •  Right-click your project in the Package Explorer and select Team -> Switch To -> New Branch
  •  Click File -> New -> Git -> Branch
  •  Click Source -> Team -> Switch To -> New Branch

Q8. Why might you use the Open Type button?

  •  to open a file by its name
  •  to search the workbench for a class to open in an editor
  •  to find a string in a text file
  •  to find all places where a certain type is instantiated

Q9. In the JUnit view, what is the value in the parentheses after a previously run unit test?

  •  the number of errors found in the test
  •  the time it took the test to run
  •  the name of the package containing the test class
  •  the test class name

Q10. In this image, what does the circled icon in the Problems view do?

  •  It sends the currently selected problem to another view.
  •  It indents the currently selected problem.
  •  It opens the Filter menu so you can customise what problems are displayed.
  •  It jumps to the currently selected problem in the Editor.

Q11. What can you not do in the Expressions view?

  •  track the value of a variable throughout the lifetime of the app.
  •  change the name of a variable while debugging.
  •  change the value of a final variable while debugging.
  •  track values of variables when they are out of scope.

Q12. Your code is highlighted in red when running code coverage. Why is this?

  •  The code is the cause of a compiler warning.
  •  The method is unused or causes runtime errors.
  •  The code is within an if statement that is always evaluated as true at runtime.
  •  No code calls the method.

Q13. When selecting the Synchronise Workspace option for a project, what perspective is opened?

  •  Git
  •  Java
  •  Team Synchronising
  •  Remote Synchronise

Q14. Which is not a way to check the value of a variable while debugging?

  •  Hover ove the variable in the Editor.
  •  Check the Debug view.
  •  Check the Variables view.
  •  Watch the variable in the Expressions view.

Q15. How can you configure Eclipse to open a webpage in a browser outside of Eclipse using the Windows (Eclipse) -> Preferences -> General -> Web Browser dialog page?

  •  Select Use external web browser.
  •  Select Add a new browser and select the desired browser in the External web browsers menu.
  •  Select Use external web browser, click the New or Search button, add your browser, and then select it in the External web browsers menu.
  •  Use the Search button to search for an installed web browser.

Q16. What view, within the Team component, displays the commits related to a particular project or file?

  •  Git Staging
  •  History
  •  Synchronize
  •  Git Repositories

Q17. What is included in your wqorkspace folder?

  •  a hidden .metadata folder
  •  a hidden .metadata folder and projects imported into the workspace only
  •  only projects imported into the workspace
  •  a hidden .metadata folder and projects created in the workspace

Q18. What can you not do in the Variables view?

  •  monitor variables that are outside the scope of the current stack frame
  •  set a breakpoint to track a particular instance
  •  inspect the values of an object's fields
  •  edit the value of a variable while the debugger is running your app

Q19. What is not a method stub that Eclipse will create for you in the New JUnit Test Case window?

  •  tearDown()
  •  setUpClass()
  •  tearDownAfterClass()
  •  setUp()

Q20. What does the Problems view show?

  •  all of the answers
  •  warnings and errors
  •  code that does not match your formatting settings
  •  threads containing errors

Q21. When switching workspaces, what is preserved?

  •  all preferences
  •  none of these answers
  •  the current perspective
  •  preferences for a language (e.g., Java)

Q22. How can you set files to save automatically when launching an application?

  •  Click Window (Eclipse) -> Preferences -> Run/Debug -> Launching, and then select Save required dirty editors before launching.
  •  Click Window (Eclipse) -> Preferences -> Java -> Editor -> Save Actions
  •  Click File -> Save All.
  •  Change the project's run configuration.

Q23. Which is not a valid way to create a test class?

  •  In the Package Explorer, right-click a class and select New > JUnit Test Case.
  •  none of these answers
  •  Create a JUnit Test Case class through the File menu.
  •  Create the class manually while in any perspective.

Q24. What happens when you double-click a Revision Time in the History view?

  •  Nothing happens.
  •  The select file is opened in the Editor in its state at the time of the revision.
  •  The revision opens in a Split Editor window alongside the current local revision of the file.
  •  A pop-up window showing details about the revision appears.

Q25. What is the benefit of using perspectives?

  •  to switch between preferences within a single workspace
  •  to easily switch between different layouts of views in the Workbenchfor specific tasks
  •  to manage the fact that some views work only in certain perspectives
  •  to debug multiple applications at the same time

Q26. When viewing an XML file in Eclipse, how can you view the file in a visual hierarchy (as opposed to code alone)?

  •  You cannotdothisin Eclipse.
  •  Select the Editor tab for the XML file and then click the Design tab at the bottom of the editor window.
  •  Double-click the open tab in the Editor.
  •  In the Package Explorer, right-click the file and select Open With > Desgign Editor.

Q27. How can you viewall the commits for a single file?

  •  Open the commit in the Git Staging view.
  •  Open the commit in the Git Reflog view.
  •  Double-click a commit in the History view.
  •  Right-click the file in the Package Explorer and select Team > Showin History.

Q28. In the image below, what does the circled button do?


  •  It links the Editor and Navigator, causing the Editor to switch to the file selected in the Package Explorer and vice versa.
  •  It expands Libraries when you are in the Java perspective.
  •  It minimizes the left view
  •  It collapses open folders in the Package Explorer view.

Q29. Why might you create multiple debug configurations for the same project?

  •  all of these answers
  •  to debug using a different JRE
  •  to customize environment variables
  •  to customize arguments

Q30. You are searching for code using the Search dialog, and no results appear. Whatis a likely cause?

  •  all of these answers
  •  The scope of the search is too narrow.
  •  The type of search is not appropriate for the language of the code.
  •  There is a typo in the search parameters.

Q31. If you check out a branch in Eclipse and still see the old code, what is one possible problem?

  •  Your project is not using source control.
  •  Your internet connection is down.
  •  Your Git passwordis incorrect.
  •  You need to refresh your project.

Q32. What is required to create a Git commit?

  •  all of these answers
  •  a local repository
  •  staged changes
  •  a commit message

Q33. What can you do in the Eclipse Split Editor?

  •  view the Design and Source tabs of one XML file at the same time
  •  drag code from one Editor pane into another
  •  split the editor either horizontally or vertically
  •  all of these answers

Q34. Why might you run the Project > Clean command?

  •  to remedy an issue where the source code seemsaccurate, but Git is indicating a merge conflict
  •  to remedy syntax errors within the source code, causing the project not to build
  •  to discard any existing build state before building the project, which can remedy issues where the source code seems accurate yet fails to build
  •  to recompile only the source code files that have changed since the last build, which can shorten the build time for long-running builds

Q35. How can you terminate debugging in the Debug view?

  •  Right-click an item in the stack trace and select Terminate/Disconnect All.
  •  all of these answers
  •  Right-click your application and select Terminate.
  •  Right-click a thread and select Terminate and Remove.

Q36. How do you connect to and debug a remote Java application/server?

  •  Click Run > Debug As > Remote Application.
  •  You cannot do this in Eclipse.
  •  Create and run a configuration under Run > Debug Configurations > Remote Java Application.
  •  Click Run > External Tools.