Akash bhamri

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super.calc( a, b ); I wrote this one but got 1 as output but I want 0 as output which is in parent class
3 days ago
super.calc(a,b);// it return derived class value which is (1) I want the parent class value which is (0)
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3 days ago
I want to call parent class but it given me error? how can I call using super?


3 days ago
I want to do some operation in email operationclass in add  method to verify that the email I was entered is correct or not so In this case  I want that email id in emailoperation class in add method but the method give me null?
3 days ago


Output of the given code

Header class output
Header is akashbhamri5@gmail.com akashbhamri741@gmail.com

Email class output
Email isakashbhamri5@gmail.com akashbhamri741@gmail.com hello good morning

Email Operation class output


Email Operation is null null null
// it return null



3 days ago
@Campbell Ritchie that one is solved bro now how can I do this one
isCharacterPresentInAllNames(Collection<Employee> entities, String character): Method to check if Employee list contains a name starting with a specific character Implement using Lambda expressions.
3 days ago
@Campbell Ritchie I am try to do this

isCharacterPresentInAllNames(Collection<Employee> entities, String character): Method to check if Employee list contains a name starting with a specific character
Implement using Lambda expressions.

3 days ago
@Campbell Ritchie sorry but I didn't get your point. I am beginner in collection topic can you please code it.
3 days ago
@Campbell Ritchie
53 line to 56 I used compare so that it will compare it? but it will not compare so what I have to do? can you please code it? to compare based on their name and salary?
3 days ago
@Stephan van Hulst so how can I call this one public List<Employee> sort(List<Employee> emps, final SortMethod method)
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