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Recent posts by Bhuvana Dhruva

hi,
i have working experience of about 8 months in BFL Software Ltd. i got the job thro' campus recruitment. i have a
good academic record of over 70% in my engineering course(Computer Science and Engineering) which i completed
in 1998 in DayanandaSagar College of Engineering in BAngalore, India. then i have had to take a break for abt 2 yrs
because of personal reasons. what r my chances of getting a job in india / usa? kindly let me know if scjp will help
me in any way.
thanks and regards,
bhuvana
19 years ago
hi,
i have working experience of about 8 months in BFL Software Ltd. i got the job thro' campus recruitment. i have a good academic record of over 70% in my engineering course(Computer Science and Engineering) which i completed in 1998 in DayanandaSagar College of Engineering in BAngalore, India. then i have had to take a break for abt 2 yrs because of personal reasons. what r my chances of getting a job in india / usa? kindly let me know if scjp will help me in any way.
thanks and regards,
bhuvana
19 years ago
hi,
i think its because, the assigned value was in range of -128 and 127. that is the reason y it was possible to assign to a byte. once the range was crossed, it gives a compiler error, stating there will be loss of information.
hope i am right,
bhuvana
hi,
congrats to that kid for passing the exam. surely, i think he should stick to kids stuff. tell me, of what use is the certification for him., esp after spending Rs. 7000.
hi,
i think the best way is to work it out on paper. i don't think that u will lose much time in that and also can reduce errors, things will be more clear.
bhuvana
hi,
goto/cont are keywords, unused as of now, reserved for later use.
null/true/false are reserved literals- they have a value. not keywords. keywords r used to perform/ depict some form of action on usage. for eg. int i; - int actually tells the compiler that the a variable was declared and that some place has to be alloted to it.
but null ... only specify a particular value.
hope this helps,
bhuvana
public class test {
public static void main(String args[]) {
for(int i = 0; i < 3; i++) {
for(int j = 3; j <= 0; j--) {
if(i == j) continue;
System.out.println(i + " " + j);
}
}
}
}
this program does ot giv an output. but iam unable to understand why. please explain
thanks in adv,
bhuvana
thanks a million. i got it!
19 years ago
hi,
this q is from Thinking in java.
create 2 classes A and B with constructors that have arguments. Inherit a new class called C from A, create a member B inside C. Create a constructor for C and perform all initializatio within C's constructor. can anyone suggest a code for this. mine(given below give a compiler error-"No constructor matching A() found in class A"
class A {
int i;
A(int k) {
System.out.println("in A");
i = k;
}
}
class B {
int j;
B(int k) {
System.out.println("in B");
j = k;
}
}
public class C extends A {
B b = new B(4);
C() {
System.out.println("in C");
}
public static void main(String[] arrgs) {
C c = new C();
}
}
19 years ago
hi,
check out this ?

1. Given:
1.public class ArrayTest {
2. public static void main (String[] args) {i
3. Object[] ov;
4. String[] sa = { "Green", "Blue", "Red" };
5. ov = sa;
6. System.out.println("Color = " + ov[1];
7. }
8.}
What is the result?
A.fails to compile
B.prints Color=Blue
C.prints Color=Green
D.generates an exception at runtime

this code does not compile because of an extra i in line2. so the ans should be A and not B as given in the website. am i not right?
hi,
anyone got answers to the new set of questions put up by Sun. just wanted to check them.
thanks in adv
Great work yaar!
it is more than an achievement. My best wishes to u and all the best for ur future.
rekha,
try these websites,
www.javaprepare.com
www.jchq.net
both have great tutorials!
bhuvana

[This message has been edited by Bhuvana Dhruva (edited September 28, 2000).]
from Thinking in java by Bruce Eckel, we know that null, true and false are java reserved literals, ie they r values
19 years ago
Thanks a million, of course i had thought that a new directory wou be created and that the class file would be copied onto it. atleast none of the books ever give step by step instructions!
19 years ago