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Rohit Joshi
Rohit Joshi works as a Software Engineer in the Consumer Product Sector. He is a Sun Certified Java Programmer. He had worked in projects related to different domains. He is also involved in system analysis and system designing. He mainly works in Core Java and J2EE technologies but also have good experience in front-end technologies like Javascript and Jquery.

Mergesort algorithm in Java – Code Example

In this article, we will discuss about the Mergsort algorithm. The Mergersort algorithm is much more efficient than some of the other sorting algorithms. The Mergesort works by sorting and merging two arrays into one. The basic concept of the Mergesort algorithm is the merging of two already sorted-arrays into one array. In the next section, will show how merging ...

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Bubble sort algorithm in Java – Code Example

The Bubble sort algorithm is one of the simplest sorting algorithms. In this article, we will talk about its function and its implementation in Java. The Bubble sort, sometimes referred as sinking sort, works as continuously iterating and swapping the items adjacent to each other in an array. We will first discuss about Bubble sort algorithm  with some basic examples ...

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Quicksort algorithm in Java – Code Example

In this article, we will talk about how you can implement in Java one of the most famous and useful sorting techniques: Quicksort. Quicksort is the most widely used sorting algorithm. One of the main reasons is that it is faster than most common sorting algorithms. It was developed by the famous Computer Scientist Tony Hoare and it is based on the ...

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java.util.logging Example

In this article, we will discuss about the logging functionality in Java. Logging in simple words refers to the recording of an application activity. Logging is used to store exceptions, information, and warnings as messages that occur during the execution of a program. Logging helps a programmer in the debugging process of a program. Java provides logging facility in the java.util.logging ...

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java.util.Locale Example

In this article we will discuss about the Locale class from java.util package. The Locale is used to make the system relevant and usable for the users from different cultures. In other words, it is used to customize the system for different people of different region, culture and language. A Locale object represents a specific geographical, political, or cultural region. ...

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java.util.Collections Example

In this article we will discuss about the Collections class and some of its important methods. The class java.util.Collections is a utility class that resides in java.util package, it consists entirely of static methods which are used to operate on collections like List, Set. Common operations like sorting a List or finding an element from a List can easily be done ...

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