Originally posted by Gian Franco Casula:
Could you start a topic covering the different
aspects of polymorphism and along the way
discuss the way compile time checks and runtime
checks take place (i.e. why ClassCastException occurs).
Originally posted by Corey McGlone:
You're certainly welcome. Feel free to give me more ideas for articles. I'm always looking for things to write about for the next edition of the journal or for my blog.
Can you give some specifics about the things you're running into that have confused you? Maybe an example or two. Perhaps I can address those cases specifically.
Is there a part of the JLS that you're having trouble interpreting? I know the JLS can be pretty daunting at first, but just keep at it and pretty soon you won't have as much trouble reading it.
Originally posted by Ravi Kotaru:
An article on Bit wise operators, especially shift operators, would be good.
They generally do take lot of time in the exam.
Originally posted by Krishna Srinivasan:
can you write article abour assertions?
most of us are not familiar with that concept.it will be helpful if you are writing an article explaining assertion concepts.
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