Switch Case Statement The switch statement is a multi-way branch statement. It provides an easy way to dispatch execution to different parts of code based on the value of the expression. Switch case statement is used when we have number of options (or choices) and we may need to perform… Continue Reading Switch Case Statement

Java If-else Statement The Java if statement is used to test the condition. It checks boolean condition: true or false. For example, if a number is greater than zero then we want to print “Positive Number” but if it is less than zero then we want to print “Negative Number”.… Continue Reading Java If-else Statement

Java Operators An operator is used to perform an operation over one or more operands. It is a character that represents an action, for example * is an arithmatic operator that represents multiplication. Operator in Java are classified as:- Assignment Operator Arithmetic Operator Auto-increment and Auto-decrement Operator Logical Operator Relation… Continue Reading Java Operators

Drag and Drop Collection View cell in IOS 11 & swift 4 In this tutorial we are explain how to drag and drop collection view cell in two collection View at same screen in iPhone IOS 11. In IOS 11 apple introduced the Two type of protocols UICollectionViewDragDelegate and UICollectionViewDropDelegate,… Continue Reading Drag and Drop Collection View cell in IOS 11 & swift 4

Variables in Java A variable is something which is associated with a value can be changed. For example: int i=10; Here variable name “i” which is associated with with value 10, int is a data type that represents that this variable can hold integer values. Note: We will cover the… Continue Reading Variables in Java

First Java Program NOTE: You need to have java installed on your system. Step 1: Open a text editor, like Notepad on windows and TextEdit on Mac. Write a Java Program as similar as mentioned below, in the text editor. public class FirstJavaProgram{ public static void main(String[] args){ System.out.println(“This is… Continue Reading First Java Program

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