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debugging through streams and modules

 
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Hi All, i am trying to understand, what are the ways to debug when streams(serial/parallel) are big and how new modules help in the practical usage (compared to jars ) and how java 11 certification can help towards it. i am trying to upgrade myself with various java versions. and may be with 11 exam version.
 
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Vivek,
For streams, I use two techniques:
  • Add peek to print stuff
  • Make the stream shorter. Just to one intermediate operation first (and the source/terminal). Repeat until I'm done


  • Modules aren't for debugging. The jury is still out on using them for legacy apps as far as I know.
     
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