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KSOU SVT Jan 2014 Exam Time table – KSOU SVT January 2014 MBA exam time table

KSOU SVT Jan 2014 Exam Time table – KSOU SVT January 2014 MBA  exam time table   SVT – Sharada Vikas Trust is association with KSOU – Karnataka State Open University has announced time table for MBA for 2014 Exams. Details are as follows. Exams start on 27/01/2014- Monday and complete on 05/02/2014 – Wednesday. […]

CATIA V5 Interview questions – Difference between CATIA Questions

CATIA V5 Interview questions – Difference between CATIA Questions 1)    Difference between stacked dimension & chained dimension mode while using auto      Constraint option? In stacked dimension all the dimensions will be measured with respect to the reference. In chained dimension the dimensions will be measured one with respect to other.     2)    […]

CATIA V5 Interview questions – Interview Questions for mechanical engineer fresher on CATIA V5 – CATIA V5 Administration Questions with Answersv

CATIA V5 Interview questions – Interview Questions for mechanical engineer fresher on CATIA V5 – CATIA V5 Administration Questions with Answers   1)             How do I come to know about the release of CATIA V5? Go to HELP About CATIAV5. 2)             What is significance of CAT settings? CAT settings play a very significant role. These […]

insert(offset, x) in JAVA – JAVA 10th Class notes – ICSE JAVA Notes

insert(offset, x) in JAVA – JAVA 10th Class notes – ICSE JAVA Notes insert(offset, x) : insert(offset, x) function allows you to insert a String at the specified index into the another String. Syntax : str1.insert(index, str2); Example : StringBuffer str1 = new StringBuffer(“COMPUTER FUN”); StringBuffer str2 = new StringBuffer(“ IS”); str1.insert(8,str2);   Output : […]

append(x) in JAVA – JAVA 10th Class notes – ICSE JAVA Note

append(x) in JAVA – JAVA 10th Class notes – ICSE JAVA Notes append(x ) : append(x ) function lets you add String x at the end of the other String. Syntax : str1.append(str2); Example : StringBuffer str1 = new StringBuffer(“COMPUTER”); StringBuffer str2 = new StringBuffer(“ APPLICATION”); str1.append(str2);   Output : COMPUTER APPLICATION   /* Program […]

STRING BUFFER FUNCTIONS in JAVA – JAVA 10th Class notes – ICSE JAVA Notes

STRING BUFFER FUNCTIONS in  JAVA – JAVA 10th Class notes – ICSE JAVA Notes STRING BUFFER FUNCTIONS : Some of the StringBuffer functions are as follows :   S.No. String Buffer Functions append(x ) insert(offset, x) setCharAt(index,c) delete(beg, end) setLength(n) reverse( )  

toString() JAVA – JAVA 10th Class notes – ICSE JAVA Notes

toString() JAVA – JAVA 10th Class notes – ICSE JAVA Notes toString( ) : toString( ) function converts the primitive data type to the String type. This conversion is important to apply the string functions on digits of the numbers.   Integer type to String type Conversion : Syntax : String res = Integer.toString(int);   […]

valueOf(all types) JAVA – JAVA 10th Class notes – ICSE JAVA Notes

valueOf(all types) JAVA – JAVA 10th Class notes – ICSE JAVA Notes valueOf (all types) : valueOf (all types) function converts from String to the primitive datatype.   Note : Conversion from String to primitive datatype is only possible when it contains number (digit). If this function is used with Alphabets or Alpha numeric String […]

substring(int beginindex, int endindex) in JAVA – JAVA 10th Class notes – ICSE JAVA Notes

substring(int beginindex, int endindex) in JAVA – JAVA 10th Class notes – ICSE JAVA Notes substring(int beginindex, int endindex) : substring(int beginindex, int endindex) function is used to extract a part of the string. This extracted part of the main string is known as the Substring. Syntax : String var=str.substring(index); Example : String str= “COMPUTER”; […]

replace( char oldch, char newch) in JAVA – JAVA 10th Class notes – ICSE JAVA Notes

replace( char oldch, char newch)  in JAVA – JAVA 10th Class notes – ICSE JAVA Notes   replace( char oldch, char newch) : replace( char oldch, char newch) function replaces all the occurrences of the specified old character with the new character within the given String.   Syntax : String res=str.replace (oldch, newch);   Example : […]