Compiletime Polymorphism

Compiletime polymorphism:- Polymorphism means single name and multiple meanings. In this type of polymorphism, we can use a concept called as function overloading. Function overloading in which we have to provide multiple definition of a function having same name but different syntax means no. of parameters, sequence of parameters, type of parameters may vary to overload that function. We cannot consider the return value of that function while overloading a function. Function overloading in java is almost similar as a function overloading in C++. It is called as compiletime polymorphism, because, all of…Read more

Object oriented concepts in JAVA

                In a today’s competitive world, a need of an hour is to develop simple and speedy solutions that can be instantly applied to varied requirements, this is resulted in the creation of a different and sometimes, a complex software systems.                 However,  complexity of a software is a reality, there are ways to ensure that this complexity does not become a stumbling block to the smooth functioning of the software.                 We can simplify complexity through the way, to split the software system into its component parts and arrange the parts in…Read more

Introduction to JAVA – Part 2

The JAVA Runtime Environment:- In this, java source files are compiled in the sence that they are converted into a set of bytecodes from the text in which you write them. The bytecodes are stored in a .class file. At runtime the bytecodes that make up java software are loaded, checked and run in an interpreter. In some java technology runtime environment, a portion of the verified bytecode is compiled to native machine code and executed directly on the hardware platform. This enables the java software code to run close to the speed…Read more

Enterprise Management System (EMS)

        This article gives the information of Enterprise Management System (EMS). In today’s age of information and technology the way business being operated has changed completely. The business needs of today have changed and the response that is expected from the business enterprise by the customer is instant. Today’s business enterprise thrive on information, they are information hungry and in a such scenario the system that is developed and implemented by the enterprise should consider the complete enterprise and the effect a event would have on enterprise. The system need…Read more

Inside JAVA – Part 1

Feature of JAVA programming language:- Simple Pure object oriented Architectural neutral Platform independent Compiled and interpreted Security Robust Distributed Dynamic Multithreading Extensive   From above we get, JAVA is simple, because, JAVA removes the virtual, friend, pointer concepts which are from C and C++. We can write a JAVA code anywhere and run it. So, it is called as WORA means Write Once Run Anywhere. JAVA is Robust, because, it has a strong exception handling. JAVA provides all functionality at the runtime. So, it is dynamic. Java uses the following features to fulfill…Read more

Operating Systems

Defining:- Can we define what an o.s is? In general, we have no completely adequate definition of o.s. and o.s exists because they offer a reasonable way to solve the problem of creating a usable system. The fundamental goal of computer systems is to execute user programs and to make solving user. What is Operating System? :- An operating system is a program that manages hardware of the computer. It provides a basis for application programs and acts as an intermediary between the computer user and the pc hardware. An amazing aspect of…Read more

Object Oriented Concept in JAVA

OOP consists of following features:- Abstraction Encapsulation Inheritance Polymorphism Grady Booch, a famous author who has written many books on Object Oriented Programming (OOP) has defined the abstraction, encapsulation features as, Abstraction:- An abstraction defines the essential characteristics of an object that distinguishes it from all other kinds of objects and thus provides crispy defined conceptual boundaries, relative to the perspective of the viewer. In this, it hides private implementations behind the public interfaces. e.g. Suppose we want to buy a refrigerator then we will concentrate only on the advertisement which will featuring…Read more

Essence of Corporate Planning in Industry

The corporate planning and development is a constant ,never ending  and ongoing process in which a company first, defines its philosophy ,mission and vision in a strategic plan, and then uses that plan to direct ,monitor and manage the business .strategic planning detailed operational planning and  increasing performance. Corporate planning can also defined as the process of drawing up detailed action plans to achieve an organization goals and objective, taking into consideration number of resources of the organization and the environment within which it operates .corporate planning represents a formal, a way in…Read more

Strategic Planning

This article states that how STRATEGY PLANNING helps a company in gaining an advantage over its competitor. Strategy is the determination of the basic long term goals and objective of an enterprise and the adoption of courses of action and the allocation of resources necessary for achieving these goals. There are following condition upon which Strategy planning is dependent- Market forces: One of the main reasons why strategic planning has become all the more essential is because of the unpredictable nature of the market. The market is in a constant state of transition.…Read more

Constructors and Destructors in JAVA

Before we learn about the Constructor and destructor let us discuss how to create an object in JAVA programming language. Creation of an object in JAVA:- We cannot create an object in java like C and C++ syntax like, demo d; In C++, we can read this statement as d is an object of a demo class. But in java this statement is considered as d is a reference which can refer to an object of type demo class. Means in java, a memory for that d is only for that reference. To…Read more