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how to reverse string in using recursion in Java
how to reverse string in using recursion in Java
This is also a very popular java interview questions mostly asked as how to reverse string in Java without using Stringbuffer reverse but There are many different ways to solve this problem using recursion and in this article we discuss one of those way to reverse string in Java.
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Java: Double buffering, movement, and collision detection
Java: Double buffering, movement, and collision detection
Collision detection, movement via keyboard, double buffered animation, and a basic game loop.
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Exchange data with little programming effort using TSpaces
Exchange data with little programming effort using TSpaces
TSpaces is a set of network communication buffers called tuple spaces and a set of APIs (and classes that implement the API) for accessing those buffers. TSpaces allows heterogeneous, Java-enabled devices to exchange data with little programming effort. The package includes server software that implements the buffers and client software for accessing the buffers.
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Efficient data transfer through zero copy
Efficient data transfer through zero copy
This article explains how you can improve the performance of I/O-intensive Java applications running on Linux and UNIX platforms through a technique called zero copy. Zero copy lets you avoid redundant data copies between intermediate buffers and reduces the number of context switches between user space and kernel space.
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String and StringBuffer
String and StringBuffer
As you know, Strings are objects in Java code. These objects, however, are immutable. That is, their value, once assigned, can never be changed.
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