Java Deep Dives

Java Ternary Operator: A Step-By-Step Guide

Java ternary operators are a shorter form of if else statements that supports only two options. Ternary operators can fit on a single line and are easier to type than an if else statement, making them more economic. In Java,…

How to Build a Selection Sort in Java

How do you sort a list in Java? You’ve got a few options. A selection sort is a particularly common method that is used to sort a list. A selection sort repeatedly finds the smallest element in a list and…

Lambda Expressions in Java: A Guide

How to Use Lambda Expressions in Java Have you ever thought that some methods could fit on one line, if only it weren’t for the verbose Java syntax that you’ve got to use to declare a method? You’re not the…

How to Use Java Math.random

The Math.random() Java method generates a pseudo random number between 0.0 and 1.0. The resulting random number can be multiplied to get a range outside of 0-1, and the result can be 0 but is always less than 1. When…

Java Inheritance

Object-oriented programming includes a number of features that help prevent repetitive code. One of these features is inheritance. This tutorial will discuss, using examples, the basics of inheritance in Java. We will explore how inheritance works, why it is important,…

Switch Statement Java: How to Use It

Conditional statements are a common feature in all programming languages. We use conditional statements to control the flow of programs. In Java, if…else statements are used to control program flow based on a certain set of conditions. Additionally, Java offers…

How to Use Break in Java

Java for loops and while loops are used to automate similar tasks. Often, when you’re working with these loops, you may want to exit a loop when a particular condition is met. That’s where the Java break statement comes in.…

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