The new arraycopy method supports more than just copying the entire contents of a source array into a target. It allows for a source and target start index, as well as a length that represents the number of elements to copy.
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Take advantage of a design pattern that Java itself heavily depends upon.
If you are not at JavaOne this year here is your chance to learn about the opening announcements.
Learn how to write Java code to produce XHTML files containing in-line SVG/XML code. Also learn how to write servlets that produce XHTML output containing in-line SVG/XML code.
Explore the issues pertaining to duplicating, or cloning, objects.
Here you can find out about the latest Java Specification Requests (JSRs) released by the Java Community Process (JCP).
Explore how you can process the bytecodes produced by the compiler to help you improve performance, security, intellectual property protection, and readability issues.
See how you can make your MySQL database absolutely scream!
Security doesn't start with the coding. You must understand and implement security practices in the design stage to security within your applications.
By W. Clay Richardson - Examine the advanced JDBC concepts of annotations and transaction management.