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When working with financial, business applications, the programmer should know about the BigDecimal class and numeric formatting because you may get into problem when working with Java floating-point numbers.

B - Java Glossary

     

  1. Java bigdecimal
    When working with financial, business applications, the programmer should know about the BigDecimal class and numeric formatting because you may get into problem when working with Java floating-point numbers.
      

  2. Java Biginteger
    When working with arithmetic operations using int or long, if the value becomes larger than 64 bits which is the size of a long then java takes only the low order 32 (64 for longs) bits ignoring the rest. 
      

  3. Java Break
    Many programming languages like c, c++ uses the "break" statement. Java also use this statement when we need to exit from a loop before the completion of the loop. 
      

  4. Java Beans
    JavaBeans are reusable software components designed for the Java 2 Platform, Standard Edition (J2SE). Java Beans are completely written in the Java and designed to be manipulated visually by a software development environment.
     

  5. Java BitSet
    In Java, the BitSet is a class that is available in the java.util package.  
      

  6. Java Bitwise Operator
    In computer, the bitwise operators as their name suggests actually work on individual bits of integer (int and long) values rather than working with bytes (or characters).
       

  7. Java Bytebuffer
    ByteBuffer is one of the sub class of abstract class Buffer in the "nio" package. 
      

  8. The boolean Keyword
    The boolean Keyword in java avails one of the two values that are true and false.
     

  9. The break Keyword
    "break" is the java keyword used to terminate the program execution within a block of code that immediately comes to the currently enclosing block. 
     

  10. The byte Keyword
    The byte Java Keyword defines the 8-bit integer primitive type. 
      

  11. Basic authentication
    Basic authentication is the process through which a web server authenticates an entity with a user name and password received by the user by using the client's built in authentication mechanism.
     


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Posted on: April 3, 2006

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