Java is not a language with training wheels. It is a language for professional programmers.

— Hebert Sheildt

Using Bean Validations JSR-303 in a Standalone Application

JSR (Java Specification Request) are the request by any Java developer (like you and me) to the Java creators to modify or add something to the Java language.

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Create Your Own Annotation

Annotations are the nothing but meta-data, i.e. it provides information about the code. Annotations are widely used for configuration purpose like in the Hibernate, Spring framework, etc. You must have come across the annotation like @Override, @Deprecated, @Author, etc. Here we’ll create our own annotation.

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Reading Input From The Console in Java

I still remember the printf and scanf functions in C language, it is one of the first things that we come across when we learn C language. But when it comes to Java it is a little different, we need to use Scanner class present in the java.util package to read from the console.

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Generating Javadocs

Java supports three types of comments: a. Single Line b. Multiline c. Documentation Comments

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How Is A Java File Executed

Java is a programming language which has a different way of executing the code. Java is a compiled as well as an interpreted language unlike other programming languages like C, C++, etc.

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