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Arrays in Java: Determining Class of an Array (Part-8)

In previous posts, we have learnt how to find the length of the arrays and how to clone an array. Now here we learn how to find out the class of an array.

By David Miller posted   7 months ago

Arrays in Java: Cloning an Arrays (Part-7)

To make a copy of an array, we call the clone method on the array object. This is illustrated in this implementation:

 Java Java  API(s)  Array  JDK 
By David Miller posted   7 months ago

Arrays in Java: Determine Length of Arrays (Part-6)

When we declare an array in Java, it is treated as an object of an internal class that defines useful attributes and methods. Using these, we will be able to determine the length of the array and make a copy of its contents, in addition to other usef

 Java Java  API(s)  Array  SDK 
By David Miller posted   7 months ago

Arrays in Java: Non-Rectangular Arrays (Part-5)

So far we have seen the declaration and use of rectangular arrays. Java allows us to create non-rectangular arrays.

By David Miller posted   7 months ago

Arrays in Java: Multidimensional Arrays (Part-4)

Multidimensional arrays, as the name suggests, contain more than one dimension. You can create two-dimensional, three-dimensional, and n-dimensional arrays in Java (where n is any natural number).

By David Miller posted   7 months ago

Arrays in Java: Array Initializations (Part-2)

In my previous post, we have already learned how to declare an array, allocate the space for its elements, and how to modify and access its elements. Now we learn how to initialize a java array.

By David Miller posted   7 months ago

Arrays in Java: Part 1

We create arrays when we want to operate on a collection of variables of the same data type or pass them all around together.

 Java Java  API(s)  Array  JDK 
By David Miller posted   7 months ago

Arrays in Java: The for-each loop (Part-3)

In my previous posts, we have seen how to declare an array, allocate the space for its elements, and how to modify and access its elements.

By David Miller posted   7 months ago

Arrays in Java: Array Initializations (Part-2)

In my previous post, we have already learned how to declare an array, allocate the space for its elements, and how to modify and access its elements. Now we learn how to initialize a java array.

By David Miller posted   7 months ago

Java SE 8

In 2014, Oracle Corporation released Java 8 on 18 March, which was another milestone release for the Java ecosystem.

By David Miller posted   7 months ago

Java SE 7: Codename Dolphin

Java SE 7 was released on 7 July 2011. Java SE 7 is the major release to the Java SE platform, which came a long time after its previous release

By David Miller posted   7 months ago

J2SE 5.0 and J2SE 6

J2SE 5.0 was released on 30th September 2004. Developed under JSR 176, Tiger added a number of significant language features, including the for-each loop, generics, autoboxing, and var-args.

By David Miller posted   7 months ago

J2SE 1.4: Codename Merlin

Previously we have seen JDK 1.0 and its features. We also examine the JDK 1.1 release and some its major API’s and classes.

By David Miller posted   7 months ago

J2EE and J2SE 1.3: Codename Kestrel

The next major release of Java, known by this time as J2SE (Java 2 Standard Edition), came in 8th May of 2000.

By Ailsa Singh posted   7 months ago

J2SE 1.2: Codename Playground

We can clearly see how fast Java grew in just three years. During this time, Sun also introduced a new terminology to describe Java technology—Java SE (Standard Edition).

By Ailsa Singh posted   7 months ago

JDK 1.1: Code Name Oak

After the release of JDK 1.0 and its increasing popularity, the next major release for Java was in 19th February of 1997.

 Java Java  API(s) 
By Ailsa Singh posted   7 months ago

Features of Java: Simple, Small and Object Oriented

Java offers several benefits over other programming languages. It is small and simple, and it is object oriented.

 Java Java  API(s) 
By sandy taylor posted   7 months ago

Gesture in Android

In this article I am explaining about Gesture in Android

By Manoj Pandey posted   one year ago

Camera API in Android

Hi everyone in this article I’m explaining about Camera API in Android

By Manoj Pandey posted   one year ago

Implement twitter follow plugin in your website

In this article I am trying to use twitter follow plugin in a HTML page.

By Vijay Shukla posted   3 years ago

Integrated Facebook Comment API in your website

In this article I am trying to implement Facebook comment API in your website.

By Vijay Shukla posted   3 years ago

Implement like button in your website

In this article I am going to explain how to implement Like plugin on your website.

By Vijay Shukla posted   3 years ago

Implement like box in your website

In this article I am going to explain how to implement Like box plugin on your website.

By Vijay Shukla posted   3 years ago

Implement Facebook Follow (Subscribe) button in your website

In this article I am going to explain how to implement Facebook Follow (Subscribe) plugin on your website.

By Vijay Shukla posted   3 years ago

Integrated the Google Custom Search API in your website

In this article I am going to explain how to Integrated Google Custom Search API in your web site.

By Vijay Shukla posted   3 years ago

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