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01: jvisualvm tutorial to sample Java heap memory

Java does not have a sizeof operator like C++ does. Java uses automatic memory management known as the Garbage Collection, hence it is not that important to evaluate size of various objects. But, for the purpose of learning & fixing any potential memory issues, I have used “jvisualvm”, … Read...

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02: jvisualvm to detect memory leak – a quick tutorial style Java demo

This is a companion post to 8 Java Memory Management Interview Q&A demonstrating a memory leak scenario step by step with jvisualvm, which is a free profiling tool that gets shipped with JDK.

Step 1: Code that causes memory leak

Here is a sample code that causes memory leak.

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10: 8 Java Maps & Caching Data in Java Interview Q&As

Q1. What is the purpose of a Map interface in Java collection API? A1. A map is a set of associations between pairs of objects. One is known as a “key” and the other is known as a “value”. It is used very frequently in programming in case where for...

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6 Key considerations in processing large files in Java

Q1. What are the key considerations in processing large files?
A1. Before jumping into coding, get the requirements.

#1 Trade-offs among CPU, Memory Usage & Disk I/O

Processing a file involves reading from the disk, processing (e.g. parsing an XML and transforming), and writing back to the disk.

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8 Java memory management interview Q&As

Q1. Are memory leaks possible in Java, which has memory management via automatic Garbage Collection? A1. Memory and resource leaks are possible in any robust application. In managed languages such as Java and C#, the developers do not have to worry too much about memory management as the garbage collector...

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