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    Storing form variables in a session

    Hi,

    I have a form with some variables...say.. i have employee,designation

    I will enter employee value on this page..and click on next that navigates to the next page..

    On the next page..if i...
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    Re: java program without main method

    Hi..

    For the question 1:

    Yes,We can write a Java program which does not have main method at all. This can be done using the static block of the class.

    How this works is that static...
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    Re: Help regarding JSP and servlets

    Thank you all...


    Neelima
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    Re: The best way/resource to learn JAVA

    Hi Kalayama,

    You told that u know Java in bits and pieces.
    What i understood from this is that,you want to know each and every topic in depth right from the basics.

    If it is so,I can suggest...
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    Re: Public static final variables in interfaces

    All variables defined in an interface are implicitly public, static, and final—
    in other words, interfaces can declare only constants, not instance variables.

    So,even if you use static and final...
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    Re: Answer in Memory point of view

    When dealing with Strings in Java,we will be having actually two types of memory.
    One is ---- Heap space
    Another one -- Literal Pool

    Case 1:
    --------
    So,here,when we say
    String...
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    Re: Answer in Memory point of view

    Hi Santh Kumar,

    Please,can u make the question somewhat clear?
    Is it String b= new String("xyz") or String b= new String("abc");

    What does it mean when you say "when we apply "==" and...
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    Help regarding JSP and servlets

    Hi All,

    I know about core java.
    But,for my project,i need to know about JSP and servlets.
    Can anybody tell me how to proceed learning about those things,i mean, any reference books,or any...
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    Re: Function overloading example

    Yes..
    The above example is an example of overloading.
    But in java,we will call it as method overloading and in C++,it is function overloading..

    Thanks
    Neelima
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    Re: Current version of Java

    As of March 2007 the latest version of Java from Sun is 1.6.0.1.


    Thanks
    Neelima
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    Re: Find the size of a datatype

    Why to go for another choice if we have sizeof operator??

    Anyways,we can find out like this:

    #define sizeof_type( type ) (size_t)((type*)1000 + 1 )-(size_t)((type*1000)

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    Neelima
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    Re: Bug report format

    Standard bug reporting format
    ----------------------------------
    date of logging:
    logged by:
    product / software under test:
    version:
    behavior in other similar products/softwares:
    ...
  13. Unix/Linux Re: Is it possible to link our file to another file,

    As if one name for a file weren't enough, sometimes we want to have two, three, or a dozen names for the same file. This operation of creating alternate names for a file is called linking. The two...
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    Oracle Re: what is consistency and intergrity

    In a single-user database, the user can modify data in the database without concern for other users modifying the same data at the same time. However, in a multiuser database, the statements within...
  15. Thread: Memory Leakage

    by neelim
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    Re: Memory Leakage

    I think this is somethng that comes up during Performance testing.

    Detecting memory leaks

    Memory leaks in the Java language are a dangerous contributor to garbage collection bottlenecks. Memory...
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    Re: Ranges for each and every datatypes in Java

    Primitive Type Size Range of Values
    byte 8 bit -2^7 to 2^7-1
    16 bit ...
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    Re: which one more powerful in java ?

    As the famous GoF book says:

    Prefer interfaces over inheritance.

    Use interfaces as a design-time resource when you are planning your system. Inheritance should be used almos always to reuse...
  18. Thread: Why JAVA is NOT

    by neelim
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    Re: Why JAVA is NOT

    Many languages claim to be object-oriented. While the exact definition of the term is highly variable depending upon who you ask, there are several qualities that most will agree an object-oriented...
  19. Thread: Hi !!

    by neelim
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    Re: Hi !!

    Hi all..
    I am a new member of this...
    I too lov java..Presently working in java only..
    Its gud to meet u all...
  20. Thread: scjp

    by neelim
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    Re: scjp

    Hi...
    In order to prepare for scjp,just be gud in the fundamentals...
    Then read Khalid Mughal and Kathysierra material...Try some tricky questions..
    After everytopic u read,take a test...may be so...
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    Re: scjp certification

    Hi..
    For a fresher,its better to take SCJP1.4,then take up d next one...
    Kathysierra and Khalid Mhugal can be the gud references...
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