Ram Hebbale Hiriyanna

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Recent posts by Ram Hebbale Hiriyanna

you can also create a character array where you can store commas as characters.
16 years ago
i don't know about any datatype that can give you such storage freedom.....you can use a String object to hold such values.
eg: String val="12,12,23,32,23";
or
String val=new String("12,12,23,32,23");
16 years ago
dear ms. marodia, could you please explain that to me in detail over a coffee???
16 years ago
the codes look like this:
1: class Cog{
public static void main(String []a){
System.out.println("COGNIZANT");
}
}
2: class Cog{
static{
System.out.println("COGNIZANT");
}
public static void main(String []a){}
}
is 1 more efficient in terms of memory than 2? if so, why?
is there a more efficient way to print COGNIZANT than the two mentioned here?
16 years ago
thank you mr. kurinosuke!
hi...i need information on which book to study from for the SCWCD exam.....i'm planning to give myself 3 months for preparation. i recently cleared the SCJP 1.4 scoring 72%....missed out on a good score due to lack of practice. any advice on how to go about preparing for the SCWCD exam is welcome.
you can't.
16 years ago
lets not forget....java is an object based programming language! as the sheriff says, Object gives you methods for many things.....also for thread handling, object state description, etc.
16 years ago
BigOuter.Nested n = new BigOuter.Nested(); this is how you instantiate a static enclosed class.......where the Nested class is the static top level nested class. try incorporating this in your code.....
16 years ago
First of all, A STATIC class is actually NOT an inner class as it doesn't inherently acquire access to all the members of the class its enclosed in..also, check out the access issues from a static context.
16 years ago