Vikash Agarwal

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Hi

There have been many defined processes and management princliples like Agile methodology, etc.
I do acknowledge that such processes help management of things better.. but should it overshadow project and client requirements?
I am a developer in maintenance project and there had been times when we have delivered code in emergencies without appropriate testing. Impact of such things is huge on running production system. If something goofs up, client would never take responsibility but still want the functionality implemented as he would lose money otherwise too.

Does the book help us tackle this???

regards
vikahs
Hi
How can I pass a parameter to an HTML page?

Description:
I want to start an HTML page from Windows--> RUN
as "vikash.html arg1"

to open vikash.html page where i can fetch the parameter arg1 and work on it.

Alternative simple approach is to make another home page where i read a parameter and pass on to this vikash.html page... but any other way out to eliminate need of this extra page??
Hi

One of the cool features of one text editor I had encountered was that the functions body can be expanded/compressed by clicking a tree like structure. like a BLACK BOX, you just see the function definition when compressed.

Our group of developers have always wanted such feature instead of plain textpad to write code. It reduces scrolling and helps in faster dveelopment as we can focus only on required code changes.

Does your IDE provide something like that? Also there are some cool editing functions provided by TEXTPAD. Would like to know more towards editing features of the IDE.

regards
Vikash
Fred,
does that mean that "if i have two reference variable pointing to a single String object, and we have a concatenation (or any string manipulation) performed on the object using one reference, then the second reference would still point to the original unmanipulated String?"
Can a class implement an interface method as static? [Since interface methods cannot be declared static ]
If we do not provide access modifier, interface takes 'default' access and interface methods 'public' access?

Why the difference? What sense does it make to have interface methods public when interface itself cannot be seen by other packages? Shouldn't both have been either public or default?
Sorry guys... actually did not know that it would throw compilation error. I perceived it would compile but in non-usable format.
Thanks for clarifying.
15 years ago
impressive... thanks buddies !!!
15 years ago
Can a top level class be private?
No. If a class was private.. who could use it? For a normal, top-level class, the only access modifiers that makes sense are public and default(package). Only nested inner classes can be private.

I got a little stumbled. I can ofcourse declare a top level class as private. JAVA does not stop me. Common sense does !!!
But how do we comprehend such questions?
15 years ago
Ques: Can one object can access a private variable of another object of the same class?
Ans: YES. Private means "private to the class", NOT "private to the object". So two objects of the same class could access each other's private data.

I want to understand (with an example probably) how.
Please can someone help.
15 years ago