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10 Examples of wget command in Linux

Hey there! Today's article will explain the "wget" command in Linux and 10 different examples. If you are a Linux user, this is a command you will commonly use almost every now and then.

WHAT IS THE "WGET" COMMAND?

Wget emanated from the GNU project. It is a non-interactive tool used to download files from the web. It is called non-interactive because it does not need human interaction before it operates. the user does not have to log on before it works.  This means that it works in the background. Wget supports HTTP, HTTPS, FTPS,SFTP.

"wget" is very beneficial in such a way that, If you are downloading a file and unfortunately the network connection becomes unstable and slow, It keeps retrying until the file is fully recovered. 
Before you can start using "wget" command, you must have installed that on your Linux. if not It won't recognize that command if you type it.

10 Examples of netstat command in Linux and UNIX

Hello guys, if you are wondering how to check which application is listening to a particular port or wondering what are active UDP and TCP post on your machine then don't worry, you can use the "netstat" command in Linux to get these details. Along with lsof and curl, netstat is another important utility command which I use on almost daily basis as a server side Java developer. Since most of the application I create follow client server model and most of them run on Linux, I often use netstat command during post implementation checks and troubleshooting during any production issue.

How to Fix java.lang.ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException in Java [Solution]

The ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException, also known as java.lang.ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsExcepiton is one of the most common errors in Java programs. It occurs when a Java program tries to access an invalid index like. an index that is not positive or greater than the length of an array or ArrayList. For example, if you have an array of String like String[] name = {"abc"} then trying to access name[1] will give java.lang.ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException: length=1; index=1 error because index 1 is invalid here. Why? because the index in the Java array starts with zero rather than 1, hence in an array of just one element the only valid index is index zero. 

10 Examples of ls command in Linux

Hey there, if you are wondering how to check what inside a directory or just wondering what is ls command in Linux and how to use it to list files then you have come to the right place. Earlier, I have shared examples of df command, du command, find command, grep command, tar command and chmod command and in  today’s article we shall be looking at 10 different examples of ls command in Linux. But before then you would need the meaning of ls and what it is being used for. The goal of this article is to get you comfortable with different things you could do with the ls command and this articles would show you in details how to use it, when to use it and it’s benefits. Let’s go

Top 25 Java Error and Exception Interview Questions Answers

1) The difference between checked and Unchecked Exceptions in Java?
For checked exceptions, the compiler ensures that they are either handled using try-catch, try-finally, or try-catch-finally block or thrown away. If a method, which throws a checked exception like IOException, and doesn't handle them or doesn't declare them in the throws class of the method, a compile-time error will occur. On the other hand, the compiler doesn't do similar checks for an unchecked exception, that's why it is known as un-checked. These are also called runtime exceptions because they extend java.lang.RuntimeException.

[Solved] java.lang.ClassNotFoundException: org.Springframework.Web.Context.ContextLoaderListener in Java and Spring

Problem : You are getting java.lang.ClassNotFoundException : org.Springframework.Web.
Context.ContextLoaderListener in your Spring-based Java Web application.
Cause: This error comes when you are using the Spring MVC framework in your Java Web application and configured org.springframework.web.context.ContextLoaderListener as a listener in your deployment descriptor also known as web.xml, but the JAR which contains this class is not available in the web application's CLASSPATH.

10 Reasons of java.lang.NumberFormatException in Java - Solution

The NumberFormatException is one of the most common errors in Java applications, along with NullPointerException. This error comes when you try to convert a String into numeric data types e.g., int, float, double, long, short, char, or byte. The data type conversion methods like Integer.parseInt(), Float.parseFloat(), Double.parseDoulbe(), and Long.parseLong() throws NumberFormatException to signal that input String is not valid numeric value. 

3 ways to solve Eclipse - main class not found error

Like many Java programmers who get "Error: Could not find or load main class Main" while running the Java program in Eclipse, I was also getting the same problem recently. The "Error: Could not find or load main class" was rendered me puzzled even after my 10+ years of experience with Java errors and exceptions. Whenever I run my Java application either by Run configurations or right-click and run as a Java program, I get an annoying popup complaining about "could not find or load the main class, the program will exit". 

Can You declare Constructor inside Servlet Class in Java? Answer

Yes, Servlet can have Constructor, it's perfectly legal but it's not the right way to initialize your Servlet. You should use the init() method provided by the Servlet interface to initialize the Servlet. If you remember, Servlet's are special in the sense that they are instantiated by the container and managed by the container. A servlet container like Tomcat creates a pool of multiple Servlets to serve multiple clients at the same time.