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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 | October 15, 2018
See how to reverse a list with a set of values in Java with the reverse() method.
For DevX | October 11, 2018
Learn more about the intricacies of using single quotes.
For DevX | October 8, 2018
See how to use StringJoiner to efficiently join multiple strings.
For DevX | October 4, 2018
Learn how to specify the location of a new column, rather than just adding it to the end of the current table.
For DevX | October 1, 2018
See how to use the disjoint method in Collections to find if the given lists are completely disjointed.
For DevX | September 28, 2018
See how to get detailed information on available tables, record counts, etc., in MySQL.
For DevX | September 24, 2018
Learn how to find data available for multiple records.
For DevX | September 18, 2018
Although using braces is a a common practice, it can sometimes be very misleading.
For DevX | September 14, 2018
Learn more about using the INSTR function in MySQL.
For DevX | September 3, 2018
See how it is possible to have use cases that result in varying decimal places.
For DevX | August 28, 2018
Learn more about this MySQL utility that provides for verifying and taking corrective actions in case of failures.
For DevX | August 24, 2018
See why POSITION is a powerful function in MySQL.
For DevX | August 20, 2018
Learn how to use the java.time package.
For DevX | August 14, 2018
See an example of an easy way of validating an URL.
For DevX | August 10, 2018
 Learn a quick way to get all of the available time zones in Java.
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