Himabindu Devulapalli

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Recent posts by Himabindu Devulapalli

Hi Lorih
I live in Chelmsford and am currently looking for entry level jobs in Java.I require sponsorship to work ie., an H-1 in USA. I am currently doing my pre-requisites in M.S Comp Science and did a course in Java programming in UCSC-Extn California. Hope you have some openings avialable at this time.You can email me at himabindu_d@yahoo.com
22 years ago
I have a basic doubt.How can I enter data from Commmand line arguments ? Does JDK have any features like Console.readInt (), Where Console is a class in Core Java examples.Please help me.
22 years ago
Thanks Satya, Girish and Maha Anna. I havd also looked up this mornign the Api for String and string buffer class. Thanks again one and all for your time and patience.
:-) Himabindu D
Maha anna..kindly give me answers to 2 questions:
1.How are string Buffer and String object different ? see the following code :
StringBuffer s1= new StringBuffer("JAVA");
StringBuffer s2= new StringBuffer("JAVA");
if s1.(equals(s2) )
System.out.println( s1 = s2)
else
System.out.println(s1 # s2);
The output is s1#s2.
However if I use String instead of String buffer the answer is
s1 = s2.
2.Also why does comparison with "==" yield different result from .equals() method.
Please explain Maha Anna !! Thanks in advance

There is a book called " Java by example " by QUE publishers..Author is Geoff Friesen ..It gives complete expalanation on OOP also wherever needed and all the concepts are explained thru an example..aLso there is a book called Java by Example by same Publishers as CORE java ..and
THE BEST BOOKS are
1. CORE JAVA Vol.I&II(BEWARE OF LOT OF MISTAKES THOUGH!!!) and 2.Sun's java tutorial 3.Thinking in Java by Bruce eckel.(which are " both " freely available for download )
I like Sun's java Tutorial and Bruce eckel's Thinking in java
22 years ago
What is the difference in Event handling in Java 1.2 and 1.1 and 1.02 ?
Maha anna/ any other java fan
Can u send me a copy of the MinQ exam to my email id at himabindu_d@yahoo.com
Thanks in advance
Sorry, There are no Certification books in www.ibooks.com but there are books in www.informit.com like java in 21 days etc., Sorry for the wrong info
What is the difference between Overloading and polymorphism..Does the SCJP cover OOP Concepts too ? I would like to know if I should read topics on OOPS concepts as i found some questions in OOPS in MOCK Exams.
--Hima
Hi, please visit the site www.ibooks.com to read books for FREE including Certification books and many other java books. also www.informit.com is a similar site but which has more FREE books than the former.
Hope these sites would be useful.
--Himabindu
I wrote a file named compstr.java and tried to compile it
c:\jdk1.2\projects\javac compstr.java
but it says.. compstr.java is an invalid option or argument
usage : javac <-options> < source file>
and a list of usage option was given..what could be the problem
is it something with classpath ?
Thanks
Himabindu
22 years ago
How do I set classpath
22 years ago
I wrote a file named compstr.java and tried to compile it
c:\jdk1.2\projects\javac compstr.java
but it says.. compstr.java is an invalid option or argument
usage : javac <-options> < source file>
and a list of usage option was given..what could be the problem
is it something with classpath ? i gave same name as class file..no upper case or lower case mistake either.
Thanks
Himabindu
22 years ago
I wrote a file named compstr.java and tried to compile it
c:\jdk1.2\projects\javac compstr.java
but it says.. compstr.java is an invalid option or argument
usage : javac <-options> < source file>
and a list of usage option was given..what could be the problem
is it something with classpath ?
Thanks
Himabindu
22 years ago
What is meant by Stack overflow..is this a new concept or was it there previously in java 1.1 too ? Thanks