Phal Ach

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Oh yes Jasper I got it from there only. Thanks anyways.
12 years ago
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Can anybody please provide me link to download jspComm.jar? I tried searching on sun's site but it doesn't give me any result. I googled too but to get no result. Thanks

Phal
12 years ago
How is My Eclipse good for making design documents which we otherwise made using MS Visio?
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I am planning to give SCJP shortly. I have previous java work experience. Work experience is of India and I have just moved to Canada. Now that I have got PR, I can work here. Earlier I was on visitor's visa so was not able to work. I considered it advisable to give SCJP as my work experience is of 1.4 and Java market is upgraded. Do we get freelancing jobs here in Vancouver where I can attend office for a day or two in a week and then work from home regularly? Please advice. Thanks
12 years ago
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I just gave Master Exam in SCJP book by K&B. The window was too small and there was no way I could maximize it. Is the real exam window like that or is it like a normal webpage size?
Thanks guys for your detailed explanation. It really helped.
I just went through link given by Milind and there the question is same but the value in arr in {1,2,3,4}. If I solve it on paper it gives me the answer 0030 which is the correct answer. But if I try to code it and solve it on my laptop, it gives the answer 0000. Where am I going wrong? Or the JVM is wrong?? Please help.
Thanks Pankaj and Meena. I had already tried to remove 0 and it worked. Meena your detailed discussion on that was really nice. Thanks to all of you.
Oh Doug, Stas, thanks. Stas, you didn't get my question properly, but your answer still explained everything. Thanks.
Hi Doug,
My question is:


Here value is int and 10 is obviously an int. So modulus of two ints should be int right? Then why are the cases considered as octal instead of int? Please explain.
Hi there. Below is the code sample from javablackbelt. There is a compiler error in the code at Line 12. Explanation for this is Octal digits can have range from 0 to 7, so the value 09 is wrong. But as far as I understood, result of modulus operation on two ints is always int. Can anybody please tell me that where did this octal come from? Code is as below:

Hey Bhushan

I found that mail. But not sure whether it is true or fake. Email id shows it is from niit.com. I Can forward that if you want or I'll paste the mail here. Just let me know. I don't trust everyone. The place of niit is nowhere mentioned except payment is to be done in Delhi is written.
Yes Bhushan I too got a mail from NIIT of voucher in 4500 INR. As I am in Canada, tht voucher was useless for me so I deleted that mail. I had got that mail twice. I wonder how they got my email id. I am not registered with any such thing. Still I am Bombay based so may you can check with NIIT mumbai. Just assumption nothing for sure.

HTH
Phalguni
Thanks Kiril for sharing your experience and good wishes