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September, 2016

  • 13 September

    Lambda Expressions in Java 8

    Lambda Expressions in Java is one of the most awaited feature, which was introduced in Dot Net version 3.5 (2007). They make the programming easier by eliminating the need for anonymous classes in Java. Lambda Expressions in Java 8: Since Java is object oriented language everything is considered as an object. …

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  • 10 September

    DateTime API in Java 8 Example

    DateTime API is introduced in Java 8 to solve the issues with current java.util package Date and Timestamp API problems. DateTime API in Java 8 Why do we need it? DateTime API A separate set of classes were added to support the behavior of local time as well as other set …

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  • 10 September

    Default Static methods in Interface Java 8

    Default Static methods in Interface, introduced in Java 8 are as equally important to understand as like Lambdas. Default Static methods in Interface address the problems with current design of Interfaces and bridges the gap between Interfaces and Abstract Classes. Default Static methods in Interface : Java 8 If you ask someone who …

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  • 10 September

    Repeating Annotations in Java 8

    Repeating Annotations in Java 8 are introduced  for the support of having multiple same annotations to a declaration. Before Java 8 duplication annotations are not allowed. Lets take a use case of having a class Products which has variables with names of products and we want to attach annotations to …

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  • 9 September

    Parallel Streams in Java 8 Example

    Parallel Streams are greatest addition to Java 8 after Lambdas. Actual essence of Stream api can only be observed if used as parallel. Parallel Streams In Java 8 : Suppose lets take a scenario of you having a list of employee objects and you have to count employees whose salary …

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July, 2016

  • 24 July

    JDBC Driver Types Example Tutorials

    In this tutorial, we going to learn about JDBC Driver types and usages with examples. What is JDBC Driver  ? JDBC Driver is a software component which provides implementation for interfaces of JDBC API. These JDBC API implementations are helpful to connect with the database from the Java applications. Hence …

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  • 22 July

    Java Program to swap two arrays Example

    In this Java programming tutorials, I am going to show you how to swap two arrays in Java. Swap two Arrays Example : Input 1 : Give an integer array from command line. array1 {1,,2,4,5,3,7} Input 2 : Give an another integer array from command line. array2 {5,6,0,8,4,3} Output : …

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  • 15 July

    Advantages of Java Programming

    In this tutorials we are going to know about Little bit of History of Java and Advantages of Java Programming. History of Java : JAVA  is  a distributed  technology developed by  James Gosling, Patric Naugton and etc., Sun  Micro System has  released  lot of  rules  for  JAVA and  those  rules …

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June, 2016

  • 30 June

    DatabaseMetaData in JDBC Example

    In this tutorial, we are going to learn about DatabaseMetaData in JDBC with example. In the previous tutorial, we have discussed about what is ResultSetMetaData with example. DatabaseMetaData is some thing similar like ResultSetMetaData. DtabaseMetaData in JDBC : Here we listed some of the important points about DatabaseMetaData in JDBC. …

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  • 29 June

    JDBC Connection with Properties file

    In this tutorials, I am going to show you how to prepare the JDBC connection with properties using Java properties file. When we write any jdbc application, we need to specify the specific details regarding driver names, URL, which database we are going to use and etc.. If you see …

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  • 29 June

    JDBC Updatable ResultSet Example

    Whenever we create a ResultSet object which never allows us to update the database through ResultSet object and it allows retrieving the data only in forward direction. Such type of ResultSet is known as non-updatable and non-scrollable ResultSet. JDBC Updatable ResultSet: In this tutorials, I am going to tell you …

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  • 29 June

    Batch Processing in JDBC Example

    In this tutorial, we are going to learn about Batch processing in JDBC with example program. Batch Processing in JDBC : Here are the most important points about Batch Processing in JDBC. How to Prepare a Batch : To perform the batch processing in JDBC, the Statement interface provided two …

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  • 29 June

    JDBC Scrollable ResultSet Example

    Whenever we create an object of ResultSet by default, it allows us to retrieve in forward direction only and we cannot perform any modifications on ResultSet object. Therefore, by default the ResultSet object is non-scrollable and non-updatable ResultSet. In this tutorials, I am going to tell you how to make …

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  • 29 June

    Transaction Management in JDBC Example

    In this tutorials, we are going to learn abut Transaction Management in JDBC. A transaction represents a group of operations, used to perform a task. Atransaction is a set of commands, it will take our database from one consistent state to another consistent state. Transaction Management in JDBC : Here …

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  • 28 June

    ResultSetMetaData in JDBC Example

    In this tutorial, we are going to learn about ResultSetMetaData in JDBC. The typical definition of a MetaData is data about the data. Here ResultSetMetaData means, the data about the ResultSet is called ResultSetMetaData. Here we listed some of the important points about ResultSetMetaData in JDBC. ResultSetMetaData in JDBC : …

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