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kavi lathigra

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Recent posts by kavi lathigra

Hello All,

Can anyone suggest a source / e-book to learn Java Spring Framework in detail .

Thank you
5 years ago
Thank you . i will try it
6 years ago
thanks but I would like to know how to match the regulartexpression "<>"
Eg. <str1>
6 years ago
Hello all,

I have an issue with string matching operation. Suppose i created a file that contains a string as " <str1>"
I would like to know how to match the first character "<" and replace it with "str2".
Thank you
6 years ago
the problem is that, the file is getting extracted in C itself, but what I want is that, wherever the compressed file is , i want it to be extracted in the same location
6 years ago
Hi ,

This is a snippet code that im developing. (no source of it)
Im facing a trouble to extract file in the same directory as the source file (example: extract here option)

6 years ago
Apology for that,

the question I asked you regarding "array" was from "Sun Certified Java Programmer " book , written by " Katty Sierra" and "Bert Bates"
Mc Graw Hill Education Edition 2008

Thank you for making me aware about rules .
6 years ago
Got it!
these two line are nothing but a shortcut .

it's like :

String nameList= {"a","b","c","d");
String name=nameList[x];

It retrieves the string at index [x] ( x being the random number generated )
of the newly created array.

Thank you all~!
6 years ago
probably!
It works fine, but I am just getting an exception : ArrayOutOfBound Exception
6 years ago
yes, I already mentioned it " the code comes from SCJP book"
6 years ago
this is the code :

6 years ago
Can anyone tell me the meaning of this two lines :

int x=(int) (Math.random() *5 );


String name= new String[] { "a","b","c","d"} [x];
6 years ago
I can see that. !

Thank you
6 years ago
Hello,

Anyone could advise me about J2EE book? (Advanced Java For beginner)

Thank you!
6 years ago