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1. Arrays in Java
Can someone please help - I need to find out if arrays in Java of fixed size, with the size determined at:-, , Compile time or Run time.....?
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Arrays in Java
Can someone please help - I need to find out if arrays in Java of fixed size, with the size determined at:-, , Compile time or Run time.....?
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alvitar
By the way, in the example above the array messages is allocated at runtime, but the elements are initialized to string literals (e.g. "message 1") which are created at compile time and loaded into memory when the class is loaded. I suppose you can still say they are allocated on the heap at runtime, but as part of class loading.
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Has anyone out there used JBoss?
I am thinking of trying JBoss to keep my J2EE skills up., I am currently working on a Java project that is neither web related nor J2EE., , From looking at the website, http://www.jboss.org/, it looks as though JBoss is Free for both development and production., I guess they make their living from support and selling detailed documentation., , Anyway, I was wondering if anyone out there had used it.
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Sun Certification
Hi all,, , I am planning to take up Sun Certified Web Component Developer certification. Can you suggest me some sites where I can find sample papers and materials to learn. Please give me sites other than Sun's Education portal., , Thanks.
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Farsi in forms
Hi, , How to write farsi language in JBuilder 6 forms?, Some characters cannnot be displayed correctly., , Best Regards, Mahdi
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JBuilder vs. C++Builder
Please refer to my post in "C++, Java and simple stuff.", , What do I want to do? I don't know. I'm not working from a project spec or an RFP. I'm just wondering want I might consider to advance my understanding of handling digital content., , I don't wish to enter the .Net environment. I'ld like to maintain some independance from any vendor., , How might I compare? I visit the Borland site regularly and the newsgroups, but I can't figure the difference. For example, what's the difference between applets and components? I'm interested in writing simple-minded and discrete apps - both at home on Win 98, and at work, Win NT4 and Win 2000. , , Thanks.
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1. Java Deployment Overview

Java applets and applications both require the Java Runtime Environment (JRE) and any additional dependencies you've added.

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2. Java Report Tools Overview

Both Eclipse 3.3 and JBuilder 2008 come bundled with Business Intelligence and Reporting Tools (BIRT). BIRT is an Eclipse-based open source reporting system with both a report designer based on Eclipse, and a runtime component that you can add to your app server plus a charting engine that lets you add charts.

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3. Java Logical Operators

Java logical operators:

&& and, as in this and that
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4. Java Inlining (Automatic)

The Java compiler automatically inlines when it determines  a benefit. The use of final methods is considered a compiler hint to tell the compiler to inline the method if beneficial.

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