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Tutorial Difference between Java 6 and Java 7
Java 6 was launched on December 11, 2006 with various features and developments.Java Version SE 7 was launched on July 28, 2011 and its code name was Dolphin. View Rating



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Tutorial Cloneable Interface in Java
A class who wants its object to be cloned (copied) must define Cloneable Interface and should override Object.clone method. View Rating



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Tutorial Java Vector
Vectors are used instead of arrays because unlike array they can adjust according to the component added or removed from them. View Rating



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Tutorial Difference Between Java 5 and Java 6
Java 5 is known as codenamed Tiger, it was released in September 2004. Java 6 is codename is Mustand and it was released in December 2006. View Rating



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Tutorial Applications of Java
Java is widely used to develop applications for desktop and mobile. Applications that are developed in Java can run on Windows, Symbian, Android, iOS and others. View Rating



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Tutorial Quick Sort in Java
Quick Sort in Java is the quickest method to compare and sort an array of elements. It uses the simple method of comparing two elements and swapping their position until the array is arranged in perfect order. View Rating



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Tutorial Concept of Inheritance in Java
Inheritance in Java allows a subclass to inherit properties and methods of parent class. There are three types of inheritance in Java- Simple Inheritance, Multiple Inheritance and Hierarchical Inheritance. View Rating



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Tutorial Java Continue
This example program teaches you how to use the Continue statements in Java programming language. There are two types of continue statements in Java, Unlabeled Continue Statement and Labeled Continue Statement. Here we will explain you both the statements with the help of example program. View Rating



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Tutorial What is Applet in Java?
This tutorial will highlight the basics process to build applets and also it discusses the advantages and disadvantages of the applets including the life cycle of an applet. View Rating



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Tutorial Which is better .Net or Java?
Java developed by SUN Microsystem, is an open source language that is used by developers to develop software and applications for various operating system and client servers. Microsoft .Net is a framework, that mostly works on Windows operating system and is used to develop software and application. View Rating
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