Samuel Fernandes

 28-Jan-2013
 26
 2825
 United States

Digital Appearance & Android Apps for Banking Sector

The poor acquisition rate in India is owing to inaccessibility of physical infrastructure in rural and remote areas will be wherever m-Education services can play a crucial role by reaching remote plenty.

Use of DML, DLL and logon trigger in SQL

In this blog we are explaining about how to create trigger for DML, DDL and logon server.

Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC)

SDLC stands for Software Development Life Cycle. It is the process to design, develop, test or alter the software products. The international standard followed is ISO/IEC 12207, which defines all the tasks to develop and maintain the software.

Form Handling in PHP

Information sent by the user are visible to everyone (all name and values are displayed in the URL). So, GET method cannot be used to send sensitive information (like password).

PHP
PHP  Handler 

Loop in PHP

Loop is used when we want to execute a same code for several times. In PHP we have 4 types of loop:

PHP
PHP  Loop 

Java I/O: Versioning Objects

We have covered how to persist the object state to a disk file. In many situations, the classes in a program evolve over time.

Java I/O: Nested Objects Serialization

A Serializable object may contain references to other objects. We may be wondering if we serialize an object, whether the nested objects are also serialized.

Java 

Java I/O: Understanding Externalizable Interface with Example

A program that illustrates the use of the Externalizable interface is given here. Note that the program uses Java’s security API. We need not worry about the security code while learning the importance of the Externalizable interface.

Java I/O: The Object-Oriented Streams- Externalizable Interface

In the previous posts, we saw how to store and retrieve the objects using Serialization. We’ll now look at another very important technique for storing and retrieving objects.

Java I/O: The StreamTokenizer Class

The StreamTokenizer is another very useful class that parses an input stream into tokens. This class is not derived from InputStream or OutputStream. Yet, it is classified under the I/O library.

Java I/O: The Console Class

So far we have been using System.out to print messages to the console. Java SE 6 added a Console class to enhance and simplify command-line applications.

Java I/O: The PrintStream Class and Character-Oriented Stream Classes

This is a very convenient class that has the ability to print representations of various data values, such as all primitive types. During printing it converts all characters into bytes using the platform’s default character encoding.

Exception Handling in Java: The throw Statement

As seen in the previous post, we need to construct an instance of a user-defined exception; the Java runtime cannot detect and create instances of user-defined exceptions.

Exception Handling in Java: User-defined Exceptions

Sometimes we may find that the exception messages given by the standard exception classes are not intuitive, and it may be necessary to provide more elaborate messages to the application user.

Exception Handling in Java: final Re-throw and Exceptions in Overriding Methods

The throw keyword (note the singular form) is used to force an exception.

Interfaces in Java: Real life Example

Suppose we are asked to develop communication software such as an FTP (File Transfer Protocol) or Telnet program that uses a modem.

NEWSLETTER

Enter your email address here always to be updated. We promise not to spam!