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    • Java Loops – For, While, and Do

      Java Loops – For, While, and Do

      Java supports three types of loops: For, While, and Do. The Java For Loop The Java for loop is a looping construct which continually executes a block of statements over range of values. Java for Loop Syntax The syntax of a for loop in Java is: for (initialization; termination; increment) { statement } Example Java

    • How to Declare a Constant in Java

      How to Declare a Constant in Java

      Java does not directly support constants. However, a static final variable is effectively a constant. The static modifier causes the variable to be available without loading an instance of the class where it is defined. The final modifier causes the variable to be unchangeable. Ex: public static final int FOUNDING_YEAR = 2001; Naming Standards for

    • Java Servlet

      Java Servlet

      A Java Servlet is the Java technology used to extend and improve Web server functionality. Servlets are able to provide a platform independent way to build web-based applications founded upon components without the performance limitations found with comparable CGI applications. Since Java Servlets are platform and server independent, they can be deployed across the full

    • How to Enable Java

      How to Enable Java

      The Java Virtual Machine (JVM) is a collection of software programs and data modules that forms part of the Java and Java 2 platforms. JVM works across all platforms and it alters Java bytecode into machine understandable code and executes it. It acts as a clone of a Java processor allowing Java bytecode to be

    • Java vs. JavaScript

      Java vs. JavaScript

      Java and JavaScript are two different programming languages meant for different purposes and functionality. Java is an application programming language designed to write stand-alone Java programs and web applications running on the Internet. JavaScript is a client-side scripting language specifically designed to work with various web technologies, but on the client’s end. To understand the

    • How to Check the Java Version

      How to Check the Java Version

      It is quite important to know which version of Java is installed on your computer, especially if you are developing applications and software on the Java platform. Using an outdated version of Java may hinder your Java development or even render web pages inappropriately in your browser. Below are few straightforward ways to check which

    • Java Decompiler

      Java Decompiler

      A Java decompiler is a special type of decompiler which takes a class file as input and produces Java source code as output. De-compilation is exactly the reverse process of compilation. However, decompilation will never produce an exact replica of the source code but does give back a major percentage. This is because quite a bit

    • Java Package

      Java Package

      A Java package is a set of classes which are grouped together. This grouping helps to organize Java classes and codevent multiple Java classes with the same name. Using Java Packages To use a package in your Java source code, you must either import the package or use the fully qualified class name each time

    • JDK (Java Development Kit)

      JDK (Java Development Kit)

      The JDK (Java Development Kit) most commonly refers to an implementation of the Java SE or Java 2 SE. It can also refer to Java EE or Java ME implementations released by Oracle in the form of binary products targeted to Java developers that work on the Windows, Mac OS X, Linux, or Solaris platforms.

    • Java Operators

      Java Operators

      Java Operator Operator Description [ ] Array index () Method call . Member access ++ Prefix or postfix increment — Prefix or postfix decrement + – Unary plus, minus ~ Bitwise NOT ! Boolean (logical) NOT (type) Type cast new Object creation * / % Multiplication, division, remainder + – Addition, subtraction + String concatenation

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