MySQL 5.7 vs MySQL 8

In this article, we will learn about MySQL 5.7 vs MySQL 8. MySQL is known as the most popular and used RDBMS with the latest major release – MySQL 5.7 over 5 years ago. The development version has started and is available for download in the MySQL repository. For example the MySQL development version for […]

Thread Synchronization in Java

In this article, we will learn about Thread Synchronization in Java. When we start two or more threads in a program, it may happen that multiple threads try to access the same resource and end up failing due to compatibility issues. For example, if multiple threads try to write to the same file, they can […]

Deserializing an Object

In this article, we will learn about Deserializing an Object. The following DeserializeDemo program deserializes the employee object created in the SerializeDemo program. Study the program and try to determine its output. Example Output That’s all, we will learn about Deserializing an Object. Next Article 1. Serialization in Java2.¬†Queue Interface In Java3.¬†List Interface in Java […]

Serialization in Java

In this article, we will learn about Serialization in Java with an example. Java provides a mechanism called object serialization, in which an object can represent as a sequence of bytes that contains the object’s data as well as information about the object type and the types of data stored in it. After a serialized […]

ArrayList in java

In this article, we will learn about ArrayList in java. ArrayList is part of the collection framework and is available in the java.util.package. It provides dynamic arrays in Java. However, it can be slower than standard arrays but can be useful in programs that require a lot of manipulation of the array. This class is […]

Vector Class in Java

In this article, we will learn about Vector Class in Java. The Vector class implements an upgradeable array of objects. Vectors mostly belong to inherited classes but are now fully compatible with collections. It’s in the java.util.package and implements the List interface, so we can use all the methods of the List interface here. Vector […]

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