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    What is a daemon thread in Java?

    Can answer me what daemon threads are in Java?
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    Re: Finding Number of Cores in Java

    Finding Number of Cores in Java

    int cores = Runtime.getRuntime().availableProcessors();

    If cores is less than one, either your processor is about to die, or your JVM has a serious bug in it, or...
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    Finding Number of Cores in Java

    How can I find the number of cores available to my application from within Java code?
  4. Re: what is the difference b multitasking and multithreading ?

    Key Differences Between Multitasking and Multi-threading in OS

    The basic difference between multitasking and multi-threading is that in multitasking, the system allows executing multiple programs...
  5. Thread: JUnit

    by kadammanali987
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    Re: JUnit

    Create the unit test class in the same package.

    For example,

    If com.example.MyPrivateClass located in src/main/java/com/example/MyPrivateClass.java

    Then the test class will be in same...
  6. Re: How to animate a button with Timeline?

    I think the button in some layout that takes care of positioning. If you modify layoutX this means during the next layout pass the Button is simply put back "where it belongs" by the parent layout.
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  7. pass by value and pass by reference in Java?

    What is the difference between pass by value and pass by reference in Java?
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    Re: Looking for core JAVA exercises

    I recommend reading the indiabix tutorials for improving your coding skills in all areas of programming. This site is providing some good exercises for beginners. Project Euler is another good site...
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