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If you haven’t been stung by the below-mentioned exception when running a Java program created by you on your system that connects to an SSL… Read More
Getter and Setter are methods used to protect your data and make your code more secure. Getter returns the value (accessors), it returns the value… Read More
Java provides a mechanism to handle exceptions. To learn about exception handling, you can refer to exceptions in java. In this article, we discuss exception… Read More
When computing devices such as laptops, desktops, servers, smartphones, and tablets and an eternally-expanding arrangement of IoT gadgets such as cameras, door locks, doorbells, refrigerators,… Read More
J package tool was introduced as an incubation tool in java 14. It remained an incubation tool till java 15.  It packages java applications into… Read More
Our systems are working in a multithreading environment that becomes an important part for OS to provide better utilization of resources. The process of running… Read More
Create a  Button Group such that it contains three radio buttons Red, Yellow, Green when red is clicked you want to display “Stop”, when orange… Read More
ForkJoinPool is designed to be used for CPU-intensive workloads. The default number of threads in ForkJoinPool is equal to the number of CPUs on the… Read More
The Vector class implements a growable array of objects. Vectors basically fall in legacy classes but now it is fully compatible with collections. It is… Read More
The Vector class implements a growable array of objects. Vectors basically fall in legacy classes but now it is fully compatible with collections. It is… Read More
In Java there is no concept of multiple-inheritance, but with the help of interface we can achieve multiple-inheritance. An interface is a named collection of… Read More
AlertDialog is defined as the small window that shows a particular message to the user when the user performs or commits certain action. In this… Read More
Let us first understand the two types of app bars in an android app: The Regular AppBar The Contextual AppBar The Regular AppBar is just… Read More
Notification Counter basically counts the notifications that you got through an application and shows on the top of your application icon so that you get… Read More
In today’s technology-driven world, we all can see how frequently tech advancements are coming into the existence and subsequently how old tools & technologies are… Read More

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