Tag Archives: Java 8

Java, OCA

OCA 2: Command Line and The main() Method

Most of us use some kind of fancy Integrated Development Environment (IDE) to write code. An IDE manages all of the unnecessary hard work so that we can focus only on the actual coding. Latest IDEs brag about having features like autocomplete, [...]

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Java, OCA

OCA 1: Classes and Objects

I'll be talking about the basics, but still, I assume you are aware of basic terminology needed. I still will be explaining a few of the terms along, but I'd recommend you to read a book for beginners or any good online course like the one by John [...]

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Functional Interfaces – Java 8

This is in continuation to the series of Lambda Expressions. In my previous post, I talked about Syntax of Lambda Expressions in Java 8. Let's revise a little. We now know that a lambda expression is an anonymous function. It is not associated with [...]

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Java

Lambda Expressions – Syntax

In my last couple of posts, I talked about Need of Lambda Expressions and continued it in the next post. Now that we know why we need Lambda Expressions, we can move forward and have a look at how to use them. We need to look at the syntax and where [...]

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Need of Lambda Expressions – Continued

In my previous post Lambda Expressions - Need of Lambda Expressions (Java 8), I talked about the example where we created a Thread using Lambda Expressions. Lambda Expressions are not just to fill up limitations of Anonymous Classes. Lambda [...]

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