Ng Sharma

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Tim Holloway wrote:A "500" error is a server-side error. You should have a stack trace and we need to see it before we can offer much in the way of help.

It's only throw 500 internal error
8 months ago
Every time I try to send a post request, I get 500 error.Post request via postman works fine too, so there is no problems on the server side. What is the Mistake?


8 months ago
I'm try hit url using ajax but it not working.

Javascript File


LeadCapture Class
8 months ago
I have written this code.
jar -cfe jarDirectory/jarfileName.jar -C binDirectory/moduleName  .

c  = create
f  = fileName
e = main Class path
-C = where you create a jar file (Directory).
. = current Directory
this code write my self.

Program : 1

Program : 2

I know the rule of Program :2, but Program : 1 rule not know.
Please suggest me and correct me.
finally i gotted thanks you again @Campbell Ritchie & @Stephan van Hulst
10 months ago
but compiler by default treated Integral value is int.
10 months ago
own code.

Please anyone suggest me and correct me.. I'm little bit confusion.
10 months ago

Campbell Ritchie wrote:Please always say where such questions come from. It looks familiar to me. As you know, 'X' is the same as (char)0x58, which comes to 88 in decimal. The Java® Language Specification should give you that answer. Yes, it does. It tells you how the type of the whole expression depends on its middle and right operands.

Thank you..!

Junilu Lacar wrote:

Stephan van Hulst wrote:Where are you getting your information from? That's wrong.

And this shows how:

like this.

Stephan van Hulst wrote:int (and by extension, Integer) wrap around to Integer.MIN_VALUE when they overflow, and Integer.MAX_VALUE when they underflow. Why? Because that's what the language designers decided they should do. It's likely that this behavior carried over from older languages, such as C++.

Wrap around only applied in Integer, Long, Float and Double. But not applied in Byte and Short,Why ..?