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Java 8 Lambda Expressions Introduction Example

Hello readers! In this tutorial, we feature a comprehensive article on Java 8 Lambda Expressions.  1. Introduction To achieve the benefits of functional programming in Java, JDK developers introduced Lambda Expressions in Java 8 programming. A lambda expression is a nameless function which does not have the name, return type, and access modifiers A lambda expression instance can be assigned ...

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SQL Clone Database Example

Welcome readers, in this tutorial, we feature a comprehensive article in SQL clone database. Specifically we will understand how to clone an existing database and its content. 1. Introduction In SQL, Database Cloning represents a feature of ensuring backup of all or specific databases. The feature is implemented for purposes, Data restore that was mistakenly modified or deleted For application ...

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Java List Example

1. List Interface In this post, we feature a comprehensive article on Java List. We are going to check in depth the java.lang.List in java. 2. List in Collection Hierarchy There are four concrete implementation classes in for List interface in java. List interface extends the Collection interface for some common operation to be supported by all implementation classes with ...

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SQL Primary Key Example

Welcome readers, in this tutorial, we will understand the SQL Primary Key column that uniquely identifies a tuple in the database table. 1. Introduction SQL Primary Key is a column or multiple columns that uniquely identify a tuple in the database table. It contains unique values but cannot have null or duplicate It consists of multiple columns known as a ...

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Java Interfaces Example

1. Introduction In this post, we feature a comprehensive article on Java Interfaces. Java interface is an abstract type that defines methods that classes must implement. It can contain constants, abstract method signatures, default methods along with an implementation body, static methods along with an implementation body, and nested types. Java Interface defines the “contracts” and represents the IS-A relationship. ...

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Java Date Format Example

In this article, we will check the options available on Java Date Format. 1. Introduction Java has multiple packages providing various utility functions to make developer’s job easier. One such is the java.text package which includes utility classes for parsing and formatting numbers and dates, along with utility classes for building other kinds of parsers. The java.text.DateFormatclass and its concrete ...

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Spring Boot HATEOAS in REST API Example

Welcome readers, in this tutorial, we will implement the HATEOAS principle to REST resources in a spring boot application. 1. Introduction Spring Boot is a module that provides rapid application development feature to the spring framework including auto-configuration, standalone-code, and production-ready code It creates applications that are packaged as jar and are directly started using embedded servlet container (such as ...

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Ternary Operator Java Example

1. Introduction The word “ternary“, in mathematical terms, is an operation that takes 3 variables and, when combined, produces a single output. In Java, as in other languages such as JavaScript or Python, the ternary, or conditional operator, is the only operator that takes 3 operands and produces a value. In this example we will examine the syntax and the ...

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Java Binary Search Tree Example

1. Introduction A binary tree is a recursive data structure where each node can have at most two children. A binary search tree (BST) is a special type of binary tree which has the following properties: The left sub-tree of a node contains the nodes with the key’s value lesser than itself.The right sub-tree of a node contains the nodes ...

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