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Recent posts by KrishnaPrasad raghavan

Hi, Did you find a solution to this problem
11 years ago
Hi Sirisena,

I tried that too, but it does not seem to work.

11 years ago
Hi,

I have the following requirement. I will be receiving data from a legacy system which uses Little endian byte ordering. Hence the data will be in little endian order. I am trying to use a ByteBuffer of the Java.nio to convert the data from little endian to Big endian. For Instance let me say that I have a byte array [0x80,0x01] and lets say this is in little endian, is it possible to use the Byte Buffer to convert the byte array to [0x01, 0x80]. What do i need to do when I receive the bytes from the legacy system in little endian order.
11 years ago
I am not sure whats special about .net. Java has the support from many open source communities. It is easy to use. It's platform independent. Its Purely Object Oriented.
11 years ago
Hi,

Whats the difference between Calendar and GergorianCalendar. Are they identical.
11 years ago
Hi,

I have three questions.

a. Regarding Support for Unsigned Integer.
Is the only way for supporting unsigned Integer in Java is to place the value into the next highest Datatype. For instance if I have a int, should I put it in long, will the MSB be zero.

b. Is there any API in Java for converting a value from little Endian to BigEndian since Java Datatypes support Big Endian.

c. Should BigInteger/BigDecimal for storing values while doing Arthematic Operations in Java.

Thanks in Advance

11 years ago
Hi,

K & B is the book to study. Its hugh and its got lots of chapters. I guess understanding concepts matters a lot and nothing like complete reference which explains the concepts nicely. I am sure you can breeze through K & B.
Hi Osman,

Since Oracle acquired Sun, the entire thing is very chotic. I have not received my certification inspite of clearing the exam. I can understand your flustration.
Hi,

Whats SAI. Can you be more specific. It is query regarding SCJP.
I had taken my SCJP exam two months back in Malaysia. I am yet to receive my certification. Whenever I contact the Sun (now ORACLE) office in KL, they tell me that Since Oracle has acquired Sun, its going to take time. I am not sure what to do. Should I retake the exam and I am able to register at Sun's CertManager. I am able to create an account and it clearly tells me that I have completed the exam. Can someone please help. Can a person take the SCJP twice. I was not too happy with my scores, and I would like to take it again.

This topic is interesting. K & B does mention about hiding.
Your query is a little vague. What exactly do you intend to do. Can you elaborate more on your requirements.
11 years ago
Spring WS... Alright. I did some work some time ago on this. Spring WS relies on WSDL for the web service configurations. It also has a lot of config files. Its not easy or difficult. You need to play around with the connectors. Whats your question. Do you want to expose service using Spring WS?.
11 years ago