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Tutorial Bubble Sort in Java
Bubble Sort aka exchange sort in Java is used to sort integer values. This algorithm compares and swaps each pair of adjacent elements till the list is sorted. Swapping is followed carried out repeatedly till the list is sorted. Bubble Sort compares first pair of adjacent elements and put larger value at higher index. Bubble Sort is a slow and lengthy way to sort elements. View Rating



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Tutorial Insertion Sort Java
Insertion Sort in Java is an algorithm that is used to sort integer values. It can be implemented very easily and is efficient for small data sets. However, Insertion sort is less efficient when it comes to larger data sets. In insertion sorting, algorithm divides the elements in two parts, one which is sorted and its size keeps increasing, the other is unsorted and its size keeps decreasing. View Rating



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Tutorial Java read file
There are many ways to read a file in Java. DataInputStream class is used to read text File line by line. BufferedReader is also used to read a file in Java when the file in huge. It is wrapped around FileReader. Java supports reading from a Binary file using InputStream. View Rating



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Tutorial Features of Java
Java is a class based Object Oriented Programming (OOPs) language, which works on write once, run anywhere (WORA) and is used by programmers to create applications, games, operating system for computer and mobile. Most of the web-browsers today come with Java plug-in supports. Java is an Object Oriented language and provides simple software development and maintenance. The basic unit of Java is object. View Rating



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Tutorial Vector in Java
Vector in Java are array lists that are used instead of arrays, as they have extending properties, which means that they can grow and shrink to accommodate data even after the Vector has been created. Capacity of vector is always to the lowest degree. Size of the vector is however larger because components are added to the vector at run-time. View Rating



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Tutorial How to Write to a File in Java without overwriting
This example code teaches you how to Write to a File in Java without overwriting. View Rating



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Tutorial Difference between C++ and Java
Java and C++ are Object Oriented Programming (OOPs) language. Java is derived from C++, hence both has many similarities. C++ is considered more complex when compared to Java. C++ was designed for infrastructure programming and extends the C programming language. Java supports network computing. View Rating



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Tutorial Encapsulation in Java
Encapsulation along with Inheritance, Polymorphism, and Abstraction are the four concepts of Object Oriented Programming (OOPs). Encapsulation in Java is the technique of binding or wrapping the data and the codes in a class private and provides access to them by public methods. Encapsulation is a type of data hiding where a code and data declared private cannot be accessed by any other code outside the class. View Rating



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Tutorial Switch Case in Java
It is very difficult and lengthy to write programs using if-then and if-then-else statements. As switch statement allows in-numerous possible execution paths they are used as the replacement of if-then and if-then-else statements. Switch statements with String cases are supported in Java SE 7 but the earlier version of Java did not support String in switch/case. Switch statements works with type byte, short, char, or int. View Rating



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Tutorial Applet in Java
Applet is a Java program designed for execution within the web browser. They are embedded into HTML pages and run on Java enabled web browsers like Mozilla Firefox and Internet Explorer. An applet is a Java subclass that extends the java.applet.Applet class. Applets are also useful for a small Internet and intranet applications. They run remotely on the client browser and cannot access system resources on the local computer. They make a website more dynamic. View Rating
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