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10 Examples of an Array in Java

Along with the String, the array is the most used data structure in Java. In fact, String is also backed by a character array in Java and other programming languages. It's very important for a Java programmer to have good knowledge of array and how to do common things with array e.g. initialization, searching, sorting, printing array in a meaningful way, comparing array, converting an array to String or ArrayList and doing some advanced slicing and dicing operation with an array in Java. Like my previous tutorials 10 examples of HashMap in Java, I'll show you some practical examples of an array in Java. If you think, any important operation is not included, you can suggest their examples and I'll add them to this list.

Top 50 Java Coding and Programming Problems for Beginner Programmers

Hello guys, if you are learning to code and programming or preparing for a programming job interview and looking for some practice material then you have come to the right place.  In this article, I am going to share some of the most common Java coding and programming problems for beginners. These are the problems, I have solved myself to learn to program and develop a coding sense. These programs are very simple but will teach you a lot about computer science, problem-solving, data structure, algorithms, programming languages, control structure and in general how to think of a solution and then translate into code. I call that coding sense and that's probably the most important thing for a programmer. It doesn't come overnight and it slowly develops when you utilize that part of your brain by solving coding problems.

22 Array Concepts Interview Questions Answers in Java

An array is one of the fundamental data structure and most of the other advanced data structures like list, hash tables are built using arrays.  Good knowledge of fundamental data structures like the array, linked list, a binary tree is not just essential for writing better code but also doing well on Programming Job interviews. Array-based questions are quite popular in Java interviews. There are two types of questions you will find, first which are based upon array implementation in Java and second which are based upon how to use an array data structure to solve some coding problems. The first type of question is quite popular in the telephonic round of Java interview and second is usually asked on written tests and face-to-face interviews.

Top 5 Free HTML and CSS Courses to Learn Frontend Web Development in 2020- Best of Lot

HTML and CSS are two pillars of web development, they are used to create web pages you see every day. HTML provides the structure to your web page, and CSS gives them the style to look better. If you want to become a front-end web developer or web designer, then a good knowledge of HTML and CSS is a must. Even though modern-day web development is all about framework and library, like  Angular and React, you still need to know HTML and CSS to understanding what's going on and troubleshoot any issue you face while developing a web application. Btw, JavaScript is another pillar of web development, but we'll not discuss this article. I have already shared some good books and courses to learn JavaScript before

Top 5 Free Courses to learn Node.js in 2020 - Best of lot

Node JS has completely changed the way JavaScript is used for development. Earlier JavaScript was considered as a client-side language because it runs on a browser and mostly used for client-side validations, animations, and interaction. Node.js takes that to the next level by allowing JavaScript to run on a server-side, which means you can now write JavaScript applications that can execute without a browser. Node JS uses Google Chrome's execution engine and asynchronous processing to do this. All you need to is include node.js script in your application, and you are ready to create server-side applications in JavaScript, which wasn't possible until a few years back.

Top 10 C++ Interview Questions and Answers from Investment Banks

Today, for a change I am not sharing any Java interview questions, but I am sharing a few C++ interview questions. There is a good demand for developers who know both Java and C++, particularly in investment banking domain, as a lot of high-performance applications like client connectivity, exchange connectivity, and order management systems (OMS) are written in C++. If you know both Java and C++ then you have a great chance to get a job in big investment banks like Barclays, Nomura, Deutsche Bank, and other Wall Street Firms.