Submitted by jjadmin on Wed, 06/08/2016 - 19:46
Given a binary tree, find out if it is a binary search tree or not.
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Submitted by jjadmin on Sat, 05/28/2016 - 18:26
This page contains a set of basic exercises that you need to complete along with your beginning Java notes. Exercises are divided into topics similar to the topics mentioned in the multiple choice questions. Practice these alongside reading notes and answering the multiple choice questions.
JPA 1 - Module 1: Java Essentials
Notes: https://javajee.com/book/java-101-getting-started-with-java [node:read-more:link]
Submitted by jjadmin on Sun, 05/22/2016 - 22:37
If you invoke getBean("writer") and there are two beans defined with the name writer in your xml configuration file or Java configuration file. What will happen?
It will return the second one defined.
Submitted by jjadmin on Mon, 05/16/2016 - 22:30
Through the autowiring feature, spring will intelligently guess some of the bean injection without needing to configure explicitly. Spring can do autowiring based on the type of the bean, name of the bean, and constructor of the bean. Default is autowire by type. [node:read-more:link]
Submitted by jjadmin on Sun, 05/15/2016 - 02:04
A Spring Boot standalone application uses the @SpringBootApplication annotation over the main class, which also has the main method to execute the application. The SpringApplication.run method call accepts two parameters — the class that actually contains the annotated @SpringBootApplication annotation and any application arguments. The ApplicationArguments interface allows you to access any application arguments.