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Java is a high-level, platform-independent, object-oriented programming language originally developed by Sun Microsystems. Java is currently owned by Oracle, which purchased Sun in 2010.

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I have recently mastered the Lambda expression that was introduced in java 8. I find that whenever I am using a functional interface, I tend to always use a Lambda expression instead of creating a …
asked Jan 27 '17 by SteelToe
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I have finished learning about java beans, and from what I understand, they are regular classes just that they are serializable, all the properties are private and are accessed through getter and … setter methods, and they contain a public no arguments constructor. I can see the advantages and disadvantages of writing bean classes, but have trouble understanding when I should write Java beans and …
asked Feb 3 '17 by SteelToe
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error if you try to have one class implement both interfaces, to prevent the problem of ambigious methods with multiple inheritance. My question is, why can't java also allow multiple inheritance with …
asked Jan 10 '17 by SteelToe
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I have been doing some research in to java servlets and I am having trouble understanding why it more efficient then a cgi based solution. The reason for my lack of understanding is that java
asked Jan 22 '17 by SteelToe
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I am currently in middle of designing a backup application in JavaFX written in pure Java (meaning without Fxml) . I am having trouble implementing the MVC pattern for the following reason. The way …
asked Jan 15 '17 by SteelToe
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I was reading through a Java book by author Herbert Schildt and he writes how the advantage of Java over C++ in portabilaty is that while C++ can be run anywhere, it still requires each program to be … compiled with a compiler that was created for that CPU, and creating compilers is difficult, while Java doesn't need to be compiled for each CPU as long as there is a JVM for that processor. My …
asked Jan 6 '17 by SteelToe