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How to Install JDK 8 on Windows and Get Started with Java Programming
Java is one of the most popular programming languages in use, particularly for client-server web applications, with nine million developers, and more than three billion mobile phones run Java. All you need to learn to program Java is the free JDK (Java Development Kit). More ...

A Comparison Between The Java IDEs: Netbeans and Eclipse
Both NetBeans and Eclipse are open source and cross platform Java IDEs. Eclipse is supported by IBM, whereas NetBeans is supported by Oracle. Each IDE provides several innovative features and tools to simplify and speedup Java application development. 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 ...

Reading Files with Java
Without the ability to read files, your application would be severely limited. In this article I show you; how to use the JfileChooser dialog box to select a file, how to display the contents of the file in your applications window, and how to scroll the Window. More ...

Java for Loop
A loop is a block of statements that are repeated. A loop may be repeated a fixed number of times, repeat until some condition is met, or can loop indefinitely while the program is running. There are three main loop control structures available in Java: for, do and while. More ...

Java Ternary Operator Control Statement
The ternary operator (?) is often confusing to beginners. The ternary operator is used to assign one of two values to a variable based on a conditional test. More ...

Change the Case of Text in a Java Program
If you compare two characters or two strings, Java will say they are different if all the characters are not the same case. To make a comparison without consideration for case, you can first convert all the characters in a string to lower case using the String objects toLowerCase toUpperCase method. 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 a Line Break in Text in a Java Program
In computer programming, a collection of letters that make a phrase, sentence, or paragraph, is called a string. Within a string there may be special characters that are used to produce things like tabs, backspaces, and carriage returns. A line break is created using the newline special character. More ...

Java if else Control Statement
A computer program is a list of instructions for the computer to follow. The if else statement tells the computer to run on set of instructions based on one result of a test, and a different set of instructions on a different result of the test. More ...

Display a Backslash in Text in a Java Program
Within a string there may be special characters that are used to produce things like new lines, tabs, backspaces, and carriage returns. A special character is prefixed by a backslash. 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 ...

Getting Started as a Java Programmer
One of the reasons for Java's rapid growth is that Sun Microsystems has always makes the Java Software Development Kit (SDK) available at its Web site for free. All you need to develop Java programs is the SDK and a basic ASCII text editor like Windows Notepad. More ...

Locate Text Within Text in a Java Program
In Java a letter or digit is called a character and a collection of letters or digits that make a phrase, sentence, or paragraph, is called a string. Java uses the String object's .indexOf method to locate one string within another. More ...


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