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Xenofon has graduated from the Department of Informatics at Athens University of Economic and Business. His studies were focused in the area of Information Management, as well as Computer Systems and Networks. He has successfully developed a series of projects varying form simple desktop, web and mobile applications, scaling to more complex which included AI algorithm implementations and Multithreaded Distributed Systems.

Java for-each Loop Example

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In this example we shall show you how to use the for-each loop. This new way of iteration was introduced in Java 5 and offers a more convenient way of iterating over arrays and collections. It is an extension to the classic for loop and it is widly known as “enhanced for” or “for-each”. The phrase “for-in loop” is also ...

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Java Constructor Example (with video)

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In this example, we are going to explain the use of the Java constructor for java classes. In most cases, we need to create an object of a class, so as to use it. This can be done by using the constructors that are provided within the class, which will create a new object of it and also assign initial ...

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