toubou91 (2) [Avatar] Offline
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I will just provide an example, because I believe it's easier to explain:

page 430, exam tip

“The resources declared with the try-with-resources are closed in the reverse order of their declaration. In this and previous sections, we covered exceptions and worked with how the exception handlers enable you to recover from exceptional conditions during the execution of your program. In the next section, you’ll see how the assertions enable you to test and debug your assumptions and flow control during the development of your code.”

I cannot consider the above block as an exam tip, since only the very first sentence talks indeed about an exam tip.
The rest is more like a recap of what we've seen till this point.

So, this exam tip could just be "The resources declared with the try-with-resources are closed in the reverse order of their declaration.".

In addition, I've seen this phenomenon in other exam tip blocks, too and IMHO, it kind of distracts the reader from the main purpose he had in mind, by the time he reached the exam tip block.

Regards,
TB