naveen yadav wrote:
size of the type does not matter the range of the values matter.
as range of character is 0 to 65536 and range of byte is -127 to 128.
byte to chat conversion
byte bt = -10 ;
char ch1 = bt ; //-------error , why -10 does not lie in the range of char.
char ch1 = (char) bt; //---------It is a narrow conversion Always cast.
similarly char to byte conversion
char ch = 666 ;
byte bt = ch ; //-------error , why 666 does not lie in the range of byte.
byte bt = (byte) ch; //---------It is a narrow conversion Always cast.
Bill Gorder wrote:There are a lot of XML binding technologies out there see this list:
XML Binding Technologies
Each have their nuances pros/cons I have personally used jibx, jaxb and xmlbeans and they all were able to get the job done. Which ever one you use I would definitely take a look at Spring OXM for marshalling and unmarshalling.
Spring OXM Example
Rishi Shehrawat wrote:I am not sure, although the authors are the same. Btw, Gavin King is one of the founder/authors of Hibernate. So he is pretty much the authority for Hibernate. At-least i found the book quite good.
shalindra Singh Suryvanshee wrote:Best books are -
you directly go to hibernate.org and get the complete reference.
Jimmy Clark wrote:There is a cool programming language. Unfortunately there is a filter that prevents me from including the name of the language. The name of the language is the letter that preceded the letter S in the Latin alphabet.