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<reply>Never compare anything else than primitive types with ==. use ~equals instead. This also goes for basic types like String or Integer. Because Java holds the award for the most useless == operator ever.
an annotation placed on a method that informs the compiler of your intent to override an inherited method. This removes a class of errors, do it for the kids.
<reply>abc = new throw();
<reply>abject-oriented programming: http://typicalprogrammer.com/abject-oriented/
<reply>We only abolish really, really, really bad things like slavery. And Vanilla Ice.
<reply>We only abolish really, really, really bad things like $1. And Vanilla Ice.
<reply>Too too many many abouts abouts, $who
<reply> All problems in computer science can be solved by another level of indirection.
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one of 'public' ,'private', 'protected', or default a.k.a. package private. They control which code is allowed to access the attribute / call the method. public means: Everybody, 'private' means: Only stuff in this source file. For more info, see ~public, ~private, ~package-private, and ~protected, and this link: http://is.gd/eJYt (sun.com)
<reply>ActiveMQ is an actively developed Apache project focused on message queues. It's based on AMQP 1.0, and clients can use AMQP, Stomp, JMS, or a host of other APIs to access it. See https://activemq.apache.org/ for more.
<reply>The ActiveRecord pattern is typically a pattern in which a class represents the database model, but the class also contains methods in and of itself to manipulate the database. It's mentioned in Fowler's books but the common application comes from Ruby; compare to JPA, which uses a "manager" paradigm. See ~ar implementations for more.
<reply><ron>why not give us an actual example instead of using shit and fuck?</ron>
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a free (open source) build of the OpenJDK source tree provided by volunteers. They aim to provide free builds with security updates for a long time, for all JDKs releases starting with JDK 8. https://adoptopenjdk.net/ ? as long as they stick around this is your best source of free, maintained, long-term-supported JDK releases. If you use it, consider donating to the cause! ~jdk builds for alternatives
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The Silver Searcher https://github.com/ggreer/the_silver_searcher
the Asynchronous Http Client library for Java https://github.com/AsyncHttpClient/async-http-client
<see>anonymous inner class
<reply>ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException (sometimes shortened to aiobe) is thrown to indicate that an array has been accessed with an illegal index. The index is either negative or greater than/equal to the size of the array.
<reply>Akka is a library meant to help you write reactive applications based on the actor paradigm: objects send and receive messages, by and large. It's highly scalable and takes some getting used to; applications can use Java or Scala (or, of course, both.) See http://akka.io for more. See also ~rxjava.
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<reply>View and compare java API changes across versions on https://javaalmanac.io/
<reply>See ~zulu, ~openjdk, ~adoptopenjdk, ~corretto, ~oraclejdk, ~ibmjdk, ~openj9, ~sapmachine or ~liberica for alternatives
<reply>AMQP stands for "Advanced Message Queuing Protocol" and covers - wait for it! - transactional messaging architectures. In practice, you shouldn't use it directly; prefer ~jms instead. See https://amqp.org/ for more.
<reply>Android is Google's OS based on Linux and a non-Java-bytecode Virtual Machine. See http://developer.android.com/ . Start in #android-dev if you have Android development questions - and if you use Android's API or you're running it on Android, you have an Android development question.