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Java Integer String Representation
Java Integer String Representation
In this lab, we will learn about the toString() method of the Integer class in Java. We will see how to use this method to get the String representation of an Integer object. We will also see some examples to understand its usage.
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Java Localdate Getdayofweek Method
Java Localdate Getdayofweek Method
The getDayOfWeek() method is used to retrieve the day of the week of a given date. It is a part of the java.time.LocalDate class in Java. This method returns an object of the java.time.DayOfWeek enum that represents the day of the week for the given date.
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Java LocalDate of Method
Java LocalDate of Method
In this lab, we will learn about the Java LocalDate of() method which is used to obtain an instance of LocalDate from a given year, month, and day-of-month. This method returns a LocalDate object that represents the date created from the specified parameters.
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Optimizing Java Application Performance
Optimizing Java Application Performance
JVM parameters are used to configure the Java Virtual Machine (JVM), which is responsible for executing Java bytecode. By properly configuring the JVM parameters, we can improve the performance of Java applications. In this lab, we will learn how to set some commonly used JVM parameters to optimize the performance of Java applications.
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Online Java Playground
Online Java Playground
Explore, learn, and master Java programming with our cutting-edge Online Java Playground - the ultimate interactive coding environment.
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Convert Unicode Code Point to Title Case
Convert Unicode Code Point to Title Case
The toTitleCase(int codePoint) method of the Character class converts the specified Unicode code point character argument to titlecase using case mapping information from the UnicodeData file. This lab provides a step-by-step guide to use this method with examples.
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Efficient QuickSort Divide-and-Conquer Algorithm
Efficient QuickSort Divide-and-Conquer Algorithm
QuickSort is a Divide-and-Conquer sorting algorithm. It works by selecting a 'pivot' element from the array and partitioning the other elements into two sub-arrays, according to whether they are less than or greater than the pivot. The sub-arrays are then sorted recursively. QuickSort's average case complexity is O(n log n). It should be noted that QuickSort is not a stable sort, that is, the relative positions of equal sort items may not be preserved.
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Sorting Techniques in Java
Sorting Techniques in Java
Sorting is a vital operation in computer science, and Java provides different in-built methods to sort various data structures. Java has different classes available to sort different data structures. In this lab, we will explore sorting arrays, collections, and user-defined class instances.
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Recursive Merge Sort Implementation in Java
Recursive Merge Sort Implementation in Java
Merge Sort is an efficient and stable sorting algorithm that uses the Divide and Conquer Technique for sorting an array. In this lab, you will be learning how to implement Merge Sort in Java using a recursive approach.
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Arranging Classes by Functionality
Arranging Classes by Functionality
In this lab, you will learn to use packages to arrange for classes according to their functionalities.
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Utilizing Pairs in Java Programming
Utilizing Pairs in Java Programming
Pairs are a way of storing paired data, consisting of two fields - one for the key and another for the value. In Java, Pairs are a great way of returning multiple values from a method. There are plenty of ways of using Pairs in Java. This lab will provide step-by-step guidance on how to use pairs in Java with code examples.
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Mastering Java Ternary Operator
Mastering Java Ternary Operator
In this lab, you will learn how to use the ternary operator in Java to replace if-else statements. The ternary operator is used to write conditional statements in a single line, making the code cleaner and more readable. You will learn how to use the ternary operator and how to nest it.
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Mastering Java TreeMap Data Structure
Mastering Java TreeMap Data Structure
The TreeMap class in Java is a part of the Java Collection Interface and implements the Map interface. It stores the key-value pairs in a sorted order unlike other Map implementations. In this lab, you will learn how to use the TreeMap class effectively in your Java programs.
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Java LocalDate withYear Method
Java LocalDate withYear Method
The withYear() method of the Java LocalDate class is used to get a new date with the specified year. It returns a copy of the current LocalDate instance with the year changed to the specified value. This lab will guide you through using the withYear() method in a step-by-step manner.
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Java LocalDate From Method
Java LocalDate From Method
The LocalDate from(TemporalAccessor temporal) method is used to get a localdate object from a TemporalAccessor instance. It accepts a temporal object and converts it into a localdate object.
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Java LocalDate GetDayOfYear Method
Java LocalDate GetDayOfYear Method
The getDayOfYear() method returns the day of the year for a given date. This method has no parameters and returns an integer value. To use the getDayOfYear() method, you need to create an instance of the LocalDate class and call the method on this instance.
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Java LocalDate GetChronology Method
Java LocalDate GetChronology Method
The getChronology() method is a part of the LocalDate class in Java. This method returns the chronology of a date, which refers to the calendar system used to represent that date. In this lab, we will learn how to use getChronology() method with step-by-step instructions.
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Java LocalDate withMonth Method
Java LocalDate withMonth Method
The LocalDate class in Java8 provides multiple methods to manipulate date values. One such method is withMonth(), which returns a new LocalDate instance after changing or setting the month-of-year.
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