James Kilgarriff wrote:My problem is assigning the AI player at random. At the
Ted Gress wrote:But it appears that the node is not being detached or the content is not being removed.
Mark Richardson wrote:
My motivation is probably a little naive... but I get excited about these YouTube videos talking about interviewing at places like Google/Amazon,etc. and being able to conquer Big-O notation problems.
My thinking is that as I progress in my career, and start to make more design/architectural decisions, this knowledge will come in handy.
Praggi Gen wrote: Should I learn both (using Collection and making them by myself ?)
Praggi Gen wrote: Q2) Will interviewer ask me to make Data Structure (my implementation not using the Collection ) ?
Praggi Gen wrote: Q3) For company like google do I need to make these by myself or can I use the Collections ?
Praggi Gen wrote: Q4) Do I need to know about the inner working of Collection classes ?
Praggi Gen wrote: I have been confused with this for like 2 month please help me out...
Ted Gress wrote:*That's* the part I'm having trouble with. I tried the detach and removecontent methods without much luck.
Ted Gress wrote:
Object object = new Object and then casting object to a string doesn't work even though String is still a subclass of Object
David Simkulette wrote:You cannot cause one type object to become another type merely by casting. That is what your program does.
Ted Gress wrote:So - somewhat related question. Is there any way to "pool" memory in Java?
Ted Gress wrote:Would it be possible to do:
Object object = new String(); since String is a subclass of Object?