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Javin Paul
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Difference between NRI and NRE accounts
Indian bank allows NRIs to open saving account and fixed deposit to deposit both INR and foreign currency. These accounts are collectively called NRI accounts. On the other hand NRE is a special type of NRI account where NRI can keep their money on INR and it offer tax benefits e.g. interest is tax free in India http://savingsfunda.blogspot.com/2016/04/what-is-difference-between-nri-and-nre-account-saving-fixed-deposit.html #NRI   #NRE  
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10 points about wait(), notify() and notifyAll() in Java?
If you ask me one concept in Java which is so obvious yet most misunderstood, I would say the wait() , notify() and notifyAll() methods. They are quite obvious because they are the one of the three methods of total 9 methods from java.lang.Object but if you...
If you ask me one concept in Java which is so obvious yet most misunderstood, I would say the wait(), notify() and notifyAll() methods. They are quite obvious because they are the one of the three methods of total 9 methods f...
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10 Java String interviews Question answers. String interview questions in Java is one of Integral part of any Core Java or J2EE interviews. No one can deny the importance of String and how much it is used in any Java application irrespective of whether its core Java desktop application, ...
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The real difference between ExecutorService.submit() vs Executor.execute() method in Java
Both are used to submit task but one can return result, other cannot. http://javarevisited.blogspot.com/2016/04/difference-between-ExecutorServie-submit-vs-Executor-execute-method-in-Java.html #java   #multithreading  
What is the difference between Executor.submit() and Executor.execute() method in Java? is one of the good multi-threading questions for experienced Java programmers, mostly asked in Investment Banks like Barclays, Deutsche Bank, or Citibank. A main difference between the submit() and execute() ...
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You will always see some interview questions from Exception and Error handling in core Java Interviews. Exception handling is an important aspect of Java application development and its key to writing robust, stable Java programs, which makes it natural favorites on interviews.
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Java 8 has added a new method called lines() in Files class which can be used to read a file line by line in Java. The beauty of this method is that it reads all lines from a file as Stream of String, which is populated lazily as the stream is consumed. So, if you have a huge file and you only ...
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Java is an object-oriented programming language and you will see a lot of object oriented programming concept questions on Java interviews. The classic questions like difference between interface and abstract class are always...
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10 points about wait(), notify(), notifyAll() in Java
Some key details of one of the most fundamentals yet confusing concept in Java http://java67.blogspot.com/2012/12/producer-consumer-problem-with-wait-and-notify-example.html #java   #multithreading  
If you ask me one concept in Java which is so obvious yet most misunderstood, I would say the wait(), notify() and notifyAll() methods. They are quite obvious because they are the one of the three methods of total 9 methods f...
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We often need to find CPU and memory utilization of a particular Java process in order to get some performance stats, capacity planning or just to understand the current load on the system. Performance monitoring and testing is an integral part of any Java application development, especially if ...
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Double checked locking pattern is one of the interesting topics on Java Interviews. Earlier, it was asked to see if Java developer can write code using synchronized block or not and now it ask to gauge the candidate's underst...
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Hi, I am Javin Paul, I have been working in Java, Unix, MySQL, FIX Tutorial and TIbco RV messaging technology .
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Hi, I am Javin Paul. I have been working in Java, FIX Tutorial and TIbco RV messaging technology from past 7 years. I am interested in writing and meeting people, reading and learning about new subjects and I have my own website Javarevisited,  Java67 and  Savingfunda: Saving and Investment Tips that takes up most of my time and is a labour of love for me. 
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