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♦ Splitting input text & string processing coding Q&A

Q1. Can you write code to extract numbers from a given input text and return the sum of those numbers? Example: “1 some text 2 more text 4 more text 8” should return 15 as the sum. A The key steps are: 1. … Read more ›...

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♦ 15 Java old I/O and NIO (i.e. New I/O) interview Q&As

Q1. What is the purpose of Java I/O System? A1. The purpose is to provide an abstraction for all types of I/O like memory, file, directory, network, and pipe. Pipes in Java IO provides the ability for two threads running in the same JVM to communicate with each other. …...

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♦ 3 Java class loading interview Q&As to ascertain your depth of Java knowledge

Q1. What do you know about Java class loading? Explain Java class loaders? A1. Class loaders are hierarchical. Classes are introduced into the JVM as they are referenced by name in a class that is already running in the JVM. So, how is the very first class loaded? … Read...

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♦ Find the first non repeated character in a given string input

Pseudocode 1) Precodnition check for null or empty input. 2) Loop throught the input string, and store each “character” as a key in a map with the value being the “character count”. For example, an input string of “stress” would have Key –Value s -3 t -1 r -1 e...

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♦ Java abstract classes Vs interfaces Interview Q&As

Q1. When to use an abstract class over an interface? Q2. What is a diamond problem? Q3. Does Java support multiple inheritance? In design, you want the base class to present only an interface (or a contract) for its derived classes. … Read more ›...

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