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In this article, we will be having a detailed look at exceptions and errors in Java. Let’s start with the most basic question What are exceptions??

Exceptions are in layman's terms are misbehavior in an application that can be predicted and thus, handled to stop the program from getting terminated…

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Reserved words are words that cannot be used as an identifier such as variables, functions. Reserved are majorly used for syntactic definitions. Keywords are closely related and often interchangeably used notions for Reserved words. A keyword is a word with special meaning in a particular context. …

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In part1 and part2 of this series, we looked upon Hashtable and hashcode() and equals() contract in Java. One might ask why just not use Hashtable instead of HashMap, it’s because as of Java1.2 …

Hash Code
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In last article, we saw the implementation of Hashtable. Before moving on to HashMap and its implementation let’s get to know about two primary and most used methods by java developer: equals() and hashCode(). These methods are also underlying core for both Hashtable and HashMap.

public boolean equals(Object obj)
public int…

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Let’s take an instance, you are asked to keep track of list of students in your school along with their phone number. What is the first approach that comes to your mind? Hmmm…

Let’s take a look at few approaches:

  1. We’ll go to each student and ask their phone number…

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