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What is meant by blue eyes technology?

Jaya P
Answered 2d 2h ago

The blue eyes technology works on Artificial Intelligence. It aims to give human abilities to a computer. A research team of IBM has come up with this technology to make a computer understand and sense human feelings and behavior.The aim of the blue eyes technology is to give human power ... Read More

How do search engines like Google work?

Jaya P
Answered 2d 2h ago

Can you imagine your life without Google?? In the present world of digitization, people are completely dependent on search engines for every small information. It is very interesting to know how can Google give so much information on so many websites in a blink of an eye? How does it ... Read More

What are the phases of Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC)?

Jaya P
Answered 2d 2h ago

Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC) describes the phases in the life cycle of a software application development. The entire process which starts from analysis and needs to develop software and finally after completion, implementation of the software and maintenance and support.The phases of SDLC are as followsRequirement gathering and analysis.Design.Coding ... Read More

How faster is the time when we think of something and Google will show results?

Jaya P
Answered 2d 2h ago

When I googled the question "time taken for Google to show the results", I got 19, 40, 00, 000 results in 0.47 seconds.This again varies with the speed of your system's processor and the speed of your internet connection.This wonderful, super fast search engine is 50, 000 times faster than ... Read More

Demonstrate Static Import in Java

Rishi Raj
Answered 2d 2h ago

Static import is a feature that was introduced in Java version 5 and above. It means that the fields and methods in a class can be used in the code without specifying their class if they are defined as public static.A program that demonstrates this in Java is given as ... Read More

How to import all classes in Java?

Vikyath Ram
Answered 2d 2h ago

All the classes in a package can be imported using the import statement along with the character *. For example - All the classes in the package java.util can be imported using import java.util.*;A program that demonstrates this in Java is given as follows:Example Live Demoimport java.util.*; public class Demo { ... Read More

Multiple inheritance by Interface in Java

Arushi
Answered 2d 2h ago

An interface contains variables and methods like a class but the methods in an interface are abstract by default unlike a class. Multiple inheritance by interface occurs if a class implements multiple interfaces or also if an interface itself extends multiple interfaces.A program that demonstrates multiple inheritance by interface in ... Read More

What does Interface consist of in Java

Jai Janardhan
Answered 2d 2h ago

An interface can be defined using the interface keyword. It contains variables and methods like a class but the methods in an interface are abstract by default unlike a class. An interface is primarily used to implement abstraction and it cannot be instantiated.A program that demonstrates an interface in Java ... Read More

Why Abstract Class is used in Java?

Rishi Raj
Answered 2d 2h ago

A class is an abstract class if it contains at least one abstract method. It can contain other non-abstract methods as well. A class can be declared as abstract by using the abstract keyword. Also, an abstract class cannot be instantiated.A program that demonstrates an abstract class in Java is ... Read More

Make a class final in Java

Vikyath Ram
Answered 2d 2h ago

A class can be made final by using the final keyword. The final class cannot be inherited and so the final keyword is commonly used with a class to prevent inheritance.A program that demonstrates a final class in Java is given as follows:Example Live Demofinal class A {    private int ... Read More

Use a quantifier to find a match in Java

Arushi
Answered 2d 2h ago

One of the quantifiers is the plus(+). This matches one or more of the subsequence specified with the sequence.A program that demonstrates using the quantifier plus(+) to find a match in Java is given as follows:Example Live Demoimport java.util.regex.Matcher; import java.util.regex.Pattern; public class Demo {    public static void main(String args[]) ... Read More

Use find() to find multiple subsequences in Java

Jai Janardhan
Answered 2d 2h ago

The find() method finds the multiple subsequences in an input sequence that matches the pattern required. This method is available in the Matcher class that is available in the java.util.regex packageA program that uses the find() method to find multiple subsequence in Java is given as follows:Example Live Demoimport java.util.regex.Matcher; import ... Read More

Why Final Class used in Java?

Vikyath Ram
Answered 2d 2h ago

The final keyword is used with a class to create a final class. The final class cannot be inherited and so the final keyword is commonly used with a class to prevent inheritance.A program that demonstrates a final class in Java is given as follows:Example Live Demofinal class A {   ... Read More

Why Protected access modifier used in Java?

Rishi Raj
Answered 2d 2h ago

The data members and methods of a class can be accessed from the same package or sub-classes in a different package if they are specified with the protected access modifier. The keyword protected is used to specify this modifier.A program that demonstrates the protected access modifier in Java is given ... Read More

Demonstrate Private access modifier in Java

Arushi
Answered 2d 4h ago

The data members and methods of a class can be accessed only from within their declared class if they are specified with the private access modifier. The keyword private is used to specify this modifier.A program that demonstrates the private access modifier in Java is given as follows:Example Live Democlass A ... Read More

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