Campbell Ritchie wrote:Only five?
Tim Moores wrote:If you ask this of 5 people, you'll get 5 different answers. . . .
kevin Abel wrote:Bayesian inference is a statistical method that combines prior knowledge with new evidence to make intelligent guesswork. For example, if you know what a dog looks like and you see a furry animal with four legs, you might use your prior knowledge to guess it’s a dog.
It was Java 1.4 when Sun added DocumentBuilder and SAXParser and so on to Java. From the beginning the design was that there was a system property which controlled which implementation of those classes would be used to do the parsing. There was a system default which was used if you didn't set that property.
Tim Holloway wrote:I'm uncertain about that and what releases of Java that might be true for (remember JAXB?) I don't think Xalan would be putting in something unless either it couldn't depend on the JVM or the JVM version was somehow deficient.
hiroki inoue wrote:There are the option “E. Port” so the option “D. Location of database” I think references an IP address of database or localhost.
At least does a Location of database(IP or localhost or domain) be required in the third part of the JDBC URL?
The documentation wrote:Besides basic Collection operations, queues provide additional insertion, extraction, and inspection operations. Each of these methods exists in two forms: one throws an exception if the operation fails, the other returns a special value (either null or false, depending on the operation). The latter form of the insert operation is designed specifically for use with capacity-restricted Queue implementations; in most implementations, insert operations cannot fail.
kevin Abel wrote:I think that the book wants me to recognize wrapper types don't automatically get set to a default. They are wrappers and don't have a value of their own.
Do you think that is what the authors want me to realize?