Java basics - Working with Files

January 5, 2020 Joe

A Path is a sequence of directory names, optionally followed by a file name. A Path could be relative or absolute. A Path that starts with a root (/ or C:\) component is absolute; otherwise, it's relative. A relative path needs to be combined with another path in order to access a file. 

        Path absolute = Paths.get("/", "home","hello");
        Path relative = Paths.get("myApp", "config","");
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Comparing Java Arrays using equals and deepEquals

March 9, 2019 Joe

Arrays can be compared using the java.util.Arrays.equals(….) and java.util.Arrays .deepEquals(a1,a2) method. Let's see how these methods differs from another with an example.

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Counting Duplicate Words and Characters in Java

January 8, 2017 Joe

Given the sentence “Simple problem but tricky problem”, count duplicate words and Characters. Let’s look at some of the ways we could solve this using Java.

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