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Display Quotation Mark in Text in a Java Program
To define a String in Java, you enclosed it within quotation marks. These quotation marks are not shown when you display the string. More ...

Java if else if else Control Statement
Some instructions tell the computer to test a variable and to follow a group of instructions based on the result of that test. The nice thing about an if else if else statement is that you can use as many else if sections as you require. You could have an else if section for every possible condition value. More ...

Java Byte, Short, Long, and Double Variable Types
In Java, as in other programming languages, information that can be changed as the program runs is stored in variables. A primitive variable type is predefined by the language and is named by a reserved keyword. There are eight primitive data types supported by the Java programming language. More ...

Difference Between JSF, Servlet and JSP
This article provides a brief Overview of JavaServer Faces (JSF), Java ServerPages (JSP), and Java Servlet. More ...

Display Variable's value in Text in a Java Program
Java uses the concatenate operator (+) to paste two or more strings together. However, you can also use the concatenate operator to display the value of a variable with a String. Java will automatically convert the integer values to Strings for display. More ...

Java switch case Control Statement
The if else statement tells the computer to run one set of instructions based on one result of a test, and a different set of instructions based on a different result of the test. But a switch case statement can run a different set of instructions based on any value or expression provided to the switch command. More ...

How to Use Boolean Expressions in Java
A Java boolean can have one of two values: true or false. In some languages, such as C or C++, integer values can be treated as a boolean, with 0 equal to false and any other value equal to true. Not so in Java. In Java, you can't convert between an integer type and a boolean type. More ...

Concatenate Strings in a Java Program
Java uses the concatenate (+) operator to paste two or more strings together. This article provides Java code to concatenate the strings "first text " and "second text". More ...

Your First Java Menu
Many times the user of a sotware application performs functions by selecting items from a menu. In this article I give you an overview of the Java event model and how to create a Java program with a simple menu. More ...

How to Create the Most Basic Java Window
A lot of Java programming involves creating command line applications. But I like to get to opening a graphic window as quickly as possible. This is no problem because it's actually very easy to create a basic JFrame window. More ...

Basic Java Variables
In Java information that can be changed as the program runs is stored in variables. A variable is created with a statement that has the type and the name of the variable, and sometimes the value of the information being stored. More ...

Java do-while Loop
A loop is a block of statements that are repeated. There are three main loop control structures available in Java: for, do and while. This article provides example of while loop code. More ...