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More articles by Sridhar M S

Author Bio
Sridhar M S. is a Java developer from Bangalore, India. He holds a master's degree in Computer Science.
For DevX | February 13, 2018
Learn to use java.awt.Toolkit.getDefaultToolkit.beep(); to get the attention of a user.
For DevX | February 9, 2018
Learn how to find the temp location in your environment.
For DevX | February 5, 2018
 Easily find the end of file that you are processing.
For DevX | January 29, 2018
Check out this interesting java.lang.math class.
For DevX | January 26, 2018
Did you know that execution of a Java program will continue only when there is at least one user thread running?
For DevX | January 22, 2018
Learn an easy way to fetch the next 10 records from a given point.
For DevX | January 15, 2018
Learn how to use the Random class available in the java.util package to generate random numbers.
For DevX | January 12, 2018
These commands are handy to find out the current version and supported engines in the MySQL.
For DevX | January 9, 2018
See how to find a boolean that is available as part of the input string.
For DevX | January 2, 2018
Avoiding null pointer exceptions is a good programming practice. Learn some more ways to avoid this pitfall.
For DevX | December 22, 2017
See how to crosslink files in Java so that you don't have to hunt for multiple files when changes are made to one.
For DevX | December 18, 2017
Stay out of trouble regarding reaching maximum disk space by purging old logs in MySQL when they are no longer needed.
For DevX | December 12, 2017
StringBuffer is a class that facilitates string operations and also helps reduce memory usage.
For DevX | December 7, 2017
Learn why the null value often needs special attention in your code to work effectively.
For DevX | December 4, 2017
Language: Java, Expertise: Intermediate - See how Java long behaves differently when used with the letter L and without it.
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