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Satyashree Mahapatra

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Recent posts by Satyashree Mahapatra

Hi,
If I need to post data using URLConnection/HttpURLConnection with the URL being "https://www.abc.com", do I need to do anything special for HTTPS ?
Thanks
20 years ago
Hi,
The need is to refresh a web page based on events on the server side. Is there a way to do it ?
Thanks
satya
20 years ago
Hi,
Can I read a MS Outlook file basically a ".pst" file using Java ? We have a need to create an application which can parse a ".pst" file and search for a particular keyword(s).
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Satya
20 years ago
By far a really good book on design patterns is -
"Design Patterns" by by Erich Gamma, Richard Helm, Ralph Johnson, John Vlissides, Grady Booch (Designer)
We had used this book while designing one of our projects. I feel it is a bit heavy for first timers but once you get a hang of it it is really good.
I am going through another book which is kind of a quick reference -
"Essential Java Style - Patterns for Implementation" by Jeff Langr.
I will not comment on it yet. I will say it is a good primer for patterns.
Thank you all for your help.
Regards
Satya
Krishna,
In the swap method you are making a change to the object which is referred to by reference "a" local to the method. Hence now the object holds "one more". Now, remember that the references a & b within the swap method are different from those in the main method. Now, reference b in main() & in swap() point to the same object until the statement b=a in the swap method. Which means that the reference b which is local to the swap method now points to object referenced by a. At the same time the reference b in main() is still pointing to the object holding "two". Hence the output will be "one more" followed by "two".
Hope this helps
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Satya
Thanks Ajith for your input.
Do you know as to why this feature was excluded. It would be great if you could give some pointers where I could get an answer.
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Satya
Hi,
Wondering why an int array int[] cannot be assigned to double[]
so if int[] i and double[] d are two arrays then d = i is not allowed. Whereas if A[] a and B[] b are arrays of objects where class B is a subclass of class A then a = b is valid.
Could anyone please throw some light on this ?
Thanks
Satya
Hi,
Wanted to know whether there is a way by which I could test JSP on a Win98 PC.
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Satya
21 years ago
Hi,
I need some help in the multilingual support given by Java. Have not explored this area at all. Want to know what are the capabilities given by Java in this regard - where could I read about it. Also in brief if someone could tell me what kind of effort is required to provide multilingual support for a web portal.
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Satya
21 years ago