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Recent posts by michael yeung

Can JSF work with Portlet?

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Michael Yeung
15 years ago
What is the advantage of using JSF?

Michael Yeung
15 years ago
Are these questions aim for preparing IBM 484?
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Michael Yeung
Will the design patten book provide some real world application examples?
I have heared that people build J2EE application using DAO and DTO.
What are DAO and DTO used for?

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Congratulations to all winners!!!

Thanks Cay to be with us for the whole week.

Dirk, might be I am wrong, however, seems to me that, except Jigar Gosar, the rest winners were not active in the promotion week, isnt it?
15 years ago
GC
For the second question, GC will run when that object get no more reference.

You can see the following link for further information:
http://java.sun.com/docs/books/tutorial/java/data/garbagecollection.html

Michael Yeung
15 years ago
I have read a post titled as SASL and JAAS.
However, I do not know what they are.
What are they and what are they used for?

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15 years ago
In Java 5, we can initialize the object of collection class like the following:

List<String> list = new ArrayList<String>();

Does the coding <String> mean we should add only String object into the List?

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15 years ago
I heared that Java 5 will support a feature called "Autoboxing" and "Unboxing". What do they mean?

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15 years ago
In Java 5, it will have a new feature "static imports".
What is the usages and advantages on using static imports?

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15 years ago

Originally posted by Cay Horstmann:
Well, reflection has been in Java for a very long time (since 1.1 in fact). But generics are definitely a 5.0 feature.

The article http://java.sun.com/developer/technicalArticles/releases/j2se15/
has a nice overview of the new features.

My favorites are generic collections and the "for each" loop:



Cheers,

Cay



Will the "for each" loop support to get the key and the value of Map?

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Michael Yeung
15 years ago
What is the major difference between Java 5 and Java 1.4?

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15 years ago
Which kind of web server can be used to deploy the portal application?

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15 years ago