Monthly Archive:: July 2016

Read Text File using BufferedReader Example

In java, there are many ways to read a text file. We can read text file either line-by-line or character-by-character. Here is the simplest program of reading a text file line-by-line in java. To read a text file line-by-line in java we use BufferedReader. As BufferedReader cannot directly communica
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What is Constructor Overloading in C++ and How it works

In this article you will learn about constructor overloading. Before you read this article, you must read the previous article How constructor works in C++. Constructor overloading rules are same as in Function overloading in C++ but working is different. Formal Definition: The process of defining m
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What is Deserialization and Why we use it?

As recently I write about what is serialization and why we use it? Now we need to understand what is deserialization and why we use it, because these both concepts works together same as read and write. As you understand or not that Serialization is the process of converting the object from language
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Function Overloading in c++

In this article, I’ll will briefly explain you Function Overloading. Function overloading is a strong feature of C++ which was not available in C language. Formal Definition: In function overloading, you can have same name of function for multiple definitions (Multiple functions can have same name
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Why return type should be same in Overriding?

When you write method of parent class with same signature ( return type, name, parameters or arguments ) in child class that’s called Overriding. As I was struggling to think about why return type should be same in Overriding but can be different in function overloading? After searching and th
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What is Serialization and Why we use it?

Serialization In this tutorial, I will try to give you little introduction of Serialization and why we use it, just to start Serialization in JAVA. What is Serialization? Serialization is a mechanism of writing the state of object into byte stream (to store permanently on disk like a file or to tran
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How to start learning JavaFX Complete Resources

JavaFX is the advanced technology provided by oracle in place of Swing. JavaFX is different than Swing, not complete different but JavaFX comes with more feature than Swing. Oracle provides you online tutorials to start learning JavaFX. Sometimes people face trouble to start learning JavaFX as I was
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What does <> mean for java generics with example?

Recently I was struggling a lot to understand the little confusing symbol in Java generics that’s called diamond <> Now I have come to know that it is nothing but a convenient way to declare the object of a Java generics class. What does mean by convenience? Let me explain by an example.
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