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Java Q&A post 36: Language oddities

Java language oddities

The Java language includes various behaviors that may puzzle newcomers to the language. This post examines three such behaviors involving arrays, bytes and shorts, and private fields and methods.

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Java 101: Datastructures and algorithms in Java, Part 3

Multidimensional arrays are useful for complex computing scenarios, and ragged arrays can help conserve memory for big data applications. Learn how to create multidimensional arrays and ragged arrays and use them in your Java programs....

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Base64 encoding and decoding in Java 8

Java 8 will be remembered mainly for introducing lambdas, streams, a new date/time model, and Nashorn--but don't miss the new Base64 API. It could be just what you need to ensure data integrity in transit.

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Programming with Java APIs, Part 2: API definitions

Take Swagger for a test drive with this hands-on introduction to Java API programming with OpenAPI, Spring Web MVC, and Angular 2

Java 101: Datastructures and algorithms, Part 2

Java 101: Datastructures and algorithms in Java, Part 2

Get started with one-dimensional arrays and array variables, then try out five algorithms for searching and sorting arrays in your Java programs

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Programming with Java APIs, Part 1: OpenAPI and Swagger

Get started with API-driven development for cloud and microservices architectures

Web services in Java SE, Part 4: SOAP with Attachments API for Java

Learn about SAAJ and other advanced Java SE Web service features

Web services in Java SE, Part 3: Creating RESTful Web services

Learn how to use Java SE's JAX-WS API to create a RESTful-based library Web service

Web services in Java SE, Part 2: Creating SOAP web services

Learn how to use Java SE's JAX-WS API to create a SOAP-based units-conversion Web service.

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Java 101: Datastructures and algorithms in Java, Part 1

Programmers use datastructures to store and organize data, and algorithms to manipulate that data. Get the basics of these fundamental programming elements, and find out how they work together in your Java programs

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Web services in Java SE, Part 1: Tools overview

This post launches a four-part series introducing you to Java SE 6's support for Web services. Later in the series we'll build SOAP-based and RESTful-based Web services and explore advanced Web services topics.

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Java library evolution and other puzzlers

Exploring puzzling code to figure out why it doesn't do what seems obvious is one way to improve your programming skills. Puzzle yourself today!

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Java 101: Regular expressions in Java, Part 2

Complete your introduction to the Regex API, then find out how regular expressions make quicker work of common tasks like code documentation and lexical analysis.

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Aggregating with Apache Spark

Get an overview of threadless, multithreaded, and distributed aggregation using the Streams API, Java threads, and MapReduce, then see for yourself what Spark's cluster computing engine brings to the equation

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Java 101: Regular expressions in Java, Part 1

Pattern matching is an important technique used in text processing, and Regex is here to help. Find out how to use the Pattern class and constructs like quantifiers and boundary matchers to describe patterns in your Java programs.

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Java 101: Interfaces in Java

Extracting class interfaces into Java interfaces can increase the reusability of your code, but only if you know how to use their special properties.

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Type dependency in Java, Part 1

Covariance and contravariance might seem esoteric, but you'll need these concepts more than ever as the Java language evolves. Get started with type dependency in array types, generic types, and the wildcard element.

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Android Studio for beginners, Part 4: Advanced tools and plugins

Use built-in tools and third-party plugins to profile, debug, and extend your Android applications in Android Studio

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