1-If a method does not return a value, the return value type must be static.
2-The expression !(true || true && false || !true) is evaluated to true.
3-Every array has a length that specifies the number of elements in the array.
4-It is possible for the body of a do-while statement to never be executed.
False (the body of the do-while method is always executed at least 1 time)
5-The statement import java.*.*; is valid if placed at the very top of a Java source file.
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