Jan de Boer wrote:
Frank Silbermann wrote:Asperger's Syndrome, and he sounds like one of them.
He very good at his job though! He is very smart with computers. Better then me even. The only thing about him is that he knows only one thing, computers, one OS, windows, and one computer language. But as long as he is that good in that one thing, I am happy with a lot of things he does too.
Mohana Rao Sv wrote:Are you able to connect to mySQL directly?
Mohamed Sanaulla wrote:
Raghavendra Shockley wrote:What are its uses and is it necessary for a developer to know it in depth or is just something of academic interest ?
I dont think there's anything special in Object graph except it shows how the objects are related to each other. If you are familiar with Graph concepts then object graph should be obvious.
Campbell Ritchie wrote:That inheritance hierarchy is severely flawed, unless you can tell me that a Child IS-A Parent.
What you are saying by super.super is like using this hierarchyIn that foo() method, the Bus is behaving as a Conveyance, not a MotorVehicle. This states that a Bus IS-NOT-A MotorVehicle, which contradicts the extends MotorVehicle in the class heading.
Winston Gutkowski wrote:
Raghavendra Shockley wrote:One may ask why ? or show an example where this is applicable.
Yes, but you're not asking 'why?', you're asking 'why not?' (ie, 'why didn't the designers allow it?'), and that involves getting inside their heads.
Paul Clapham wrote:It's wrong in Java because the rules don't allow it. So how could a "real-life" example demonstrate that the rules don't allow it?