• 11 June

    Remove Parentheses From String in Java

    Java uses the Strings data structure to store the text data. This article discusses methods to remove parentheses from a String in Java. Java Strings Java Strings is a class that stores the text data at contiguous memory locations. The String class implements the CharSequence interface along with other interfaces. Strings are a constant data […]

  • 18 May

    Fill Array With Random Numbers in Java

    The arrays are a commonly used data structure that stores the data in contiguous memory. In this article, you will understand different methods to fill the array with random numbers in Java. We will generate the random numbers using different library methods such as the Java Utility library’s Random class, the Java’s Math class, and […]

  • 18 May

    How to Sum BigDecimal Using Stream in Java

    This article discusses how to sum BigDecimal using stream. One of the significant features in Java 8 is the introduction of stream functionality and a way of carrying out the sum operation on streams of numbers like BigDecimal. BigDecimal objects are immutable like String. Once immutable objects are created they can not be modified. So […]

  • 18 May

    SAX Error – Content Is Not Allowed in Prolog

    This article discusses the SAX Error – Content is not allowed in prolog. The SAX parser is the XML parsing API that you can use to process the XML files. However, while using the SAX parser, you may encounter SAX error – content is not allowed in prolog. Sax Error Due to Invalid Text Before […]

  • 18 May

    Return True in Java

    This article discusses the methods to return true in Java. The article discusses general approach to return a boolean variable from a function in Java. Boolean Values in Java The boolean values in Java represent a truth or fallacy. To denote the truth boolean true is used while boolean false denotes the fallacy. You should […]

  • 17 May

    How to Add Multiple Values for Single Key In HashMap in Java

    This article discusses the HashMap in Java and how to add multiple values for Single Key In HashMap in Java. HashMap The HashMap in Java is an instrument that allows efficient access, insertion, deletion, and updating using the indexing concept by storing data in the form of key and value pairs. It was introduced in […]

  • 17 May

    How to Initialize an Array with 0 in Java

    This article discusses the arrays and different ways to initialize an array with 0 in Java. Arrays The arrays are the fundamental data structures, they are sequences of elements stored in contiguous memory locations. The first step when using a data structure involves initializing the data structure which in our case is arrays. Array instantiation […]

  • How to initialize an array in Constructor in C++
    23 April

    How to initialize an Array in Constructor in C++

    This article discusses methods of initializing an array in constructor in C++. Let us first discuss arrays and constructors in C++. Arrays Arrays are fundamental data structures. It is basically a collection of elements of the same data type stored in a contiguous memory location. Arrays in C++ can be made up of primitive data […]

  • Set an array to another array in java
    23 April

    Set an Array Equal to Another Array in Java

    This article discusses methods to set an array equal to another array in Java. Arrays are the most basic data structures that store the data at contiguous memory locations. The operations on the array elements are performed using the indices. Setting an Array Variable Equal to Another Array Variable It might seem logical to set […]