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Tutorial Datagram in network environment
In a network environment the client and the server communicate with each-other by reliable channel like TCP socket which have dedicated point-to-point channel between client and server. View Rating



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Tutorial Java Naming and Directory Interface (JNDI)
The Java Naming and Directory Interface (JNDI) is a directory service based API to allow the clients to discover and lookup data and objects via a name. View Rating



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Tutorial Unary Operators
The unary operators requires only one operand to perform different kind of operations such as increasing/decreasing a value, negating an expression, or inverting a boolean value. View Rating



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Tutorial Java Tutorials
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Tutorial Introduction to Java Mail API
The Java Mail API allows the developers to add mailing functionalities to their java applications. In this section we will introduce you with the Java Mail API. View Rating



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Tutorial Arithmetic Operators
Arithmetic Operators are used to perform some mathematical operations like addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, and modulo (or remainder). View Rating



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Tutorial Reverse String
In this example we are demonstrating the command line argument and displaying it in its backward direction on the console. View Rating



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Tutorial Simple Assignment Operator
Assignment operator is the most common operator almost used with all programming languages. View Rating



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Tutorial Java Date
In this section we have presented a simple Date example that shows how you can use different constructors of Date. View Rating



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Tutorial Operators and Expressions
Operators are such symbols that perform some operations on one or more operands. Operators are used to manipulate primitive data types. View Rating
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