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How to run JavaTuples program in Eclipse?
Object Oriented Programming
Published on 25-Feb-2019 10:28:27
Tuples in Java are an ordered collection of objects of different types. To run Tuple in Java, you need to upload an external jar file. Here, we will be using Eclipse IDE to create a new Java Project and upload the JavaTuples external jar file.The JavaTuples jar file is to ...
Mass Storage Management
Published on 19-Aug-2018 17:15:22
Disks are the mainly used mass storage devices. They provide the bulk of secondary storage in operating systems today.Disk StructureEach modern disk contains concentric tracks and each track is divided into multiple sectors. The disks are usually arranged as a one dimensional array of blocks, where blocks are the smallest ...
User View vs System View in Operating System
Published on 15-Aug-2018 21:44:13
An operating system is a construct that allows the user application programs to interact with the system hardware. Operating system by itself does not provide any function but it provides an atmosphere in which different applications and programs can do useful work.The operating system can be observed from the point ...
Published on 12-Aug-2018 15:43:30
A process is an active program i.e a program that is under execution. It contains the program code, program counter, process stack, registers etc.Process StatesThe different states that a process is in during its execution are explained using the following diagram −New- The process is in new state when it ...
What is an Operating System?
Published on 09-Aug-2018 11:48:30
An operating system is a construct that allows the user application programs to interact with the system hardware. Operating system by itself does not provide any function but it provides an atmosphere in which different applications and programs can do useful work.The place of an operating system in a computer ...
N-ary Relationship in Database
Published on 03-Aug-2018 14:41:14
A relationship is an important part of any Entity relationship diagram as it shows the relation between two different entities. In an n - ary relationship, the n shows the number of entities in the relationship. It can be anything but the most popular relationships are unary, binary and ternary ...
Database Backup and Recovery
Published on 03-Aug-2018 13:51:50
It is imperative to have a backup of the database in case the original is corrupted or lost because of any reason. Using this backup, the database can be recovered as it was before the failure.Database backup basically means that a duplicate of the database information and data is created ...
Functions in Oracle DBMS
Published on 03-Aug-2018 10:06:27
The different types of functions in Oracle are −Oracle String FunctionsOracle Numeric FunctionsOracle Date FunctionsMore details about these functions are given as follows −Oracle String FunctionsThe following are the Oracle String Functions −ASCII(str)This function returns the ASCII or numeric value of the first word in the string str provided. If ...
Cursors in Oracle DBMS
Published on 03-Aug-2018 08:49:10
When a SQL statement is executed in Oracle, the temporary context area is created. This area contains all the relevant information relating to the statement and its execution. The cursor is a pointer to this context area and allows the PL/SQL program to control this area.There are two types of ...
Special Operators in SQL
Published on 03-Aug-2018 07:41:45
The different special operators in SQL are as follows −ALL operatorANY OperatorBETWEEN OperatorEXISTS OperatorIN OperatorLIKE OperatorNow let us create a table to understand the examples of special operators −<Employee>Emp_IDEmp_NameEmp_SalaryEmp_DeptIDEmp_DeptName1Aaron1000010Technical2Harry1200020Operations3Mary500030Finance4Angel5500010Technical5Will2000030Finance<Dependents>Dep_IDEmp_IDDep_NameDep_Age10012Keith8810023Kim510035Lucy90Details of all the special operators using the above tables are −ALL operatorThe ALL operator compares a value with all the values ...
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