Java has no operator overloading.
Ah. But this is actually not true at all.
Originally posted by Debashish Chakrabarty:
33. If you are truncated using JDBC, How can you know ..that how much data is truncated ?
This can be known using the class DataTruncation. [...] So all we should do is write our code [...] in our catch block trapping this SQLException.
Originally posted by Shadab Khan:
96. What is the difference in between the HTTPServlet and Generic Servlet ? Explain
A GenericServlet is a protocol independent servlet. The HttpServlet class extends the GenericServlet..it is meant specifically for the HTTP protocol
Originally posted by Dale DeMott:
Actually if you could expand on this, I'd love to hear more about this question...
[ May 02, 2003: Message edited by: Dale DeMott ]
13. How will you initialize an Applet ?
Write my initialization code in the applets init method or applet constructor.
Originally posted by Billybob Marshall:
Candidates who have to resort to "crib notes" like this, rather than having true skill, will show their true colors on the job, if hired. Hopefully such will be terminated sooner than later. The work force has way too many incompetants as it is.
Originally posted by Nigel Browne:
I think this posting is a bit harsh. For a junior programmer it is important to know the sort of questions that come up in an interview situation.
An interviewer with a junior candidate would likely attempt to assess the candidate's skill at a junior level. If some of that assessment involves some of the questions posted here, the candidate would be expected to know how to answer them, without having a canned answer committed to memory. The questions and answers posted here are nothing but crib notes, with a pungeant odor of cheating.
Originally posted by sunil choudhary:
This post is a list of technical java questions. lets keep it technical.
No Offence meant
[ August 12, 2004: Message edited by: sunil choudhary ]
So far I didn't get any of my jobs through a normal interview process. I used to be an walking interview disaster. Funny thing is that I actually quite enjoy interviewing others. It does affect my attitude towards those I'm interviewing: I try to make people relax and give them space to show what makes them tick. Not that I won't ask some very tough questions.
Originally posted by Jeroen Wenting:
most good people who struggle in interviews do so because of interpersonal skills not technical skills.