Date: 2017-04-14 16:39
She sank so low that she started to pick
on me everyday of elementary school she took my bag and put it in the garbage
bin and humiliated me with stupid names. At some time of the year she started
to throw ice-cold slushies over my clothes in front of the whole school. I had
to start bringing in an extra pair of clothes and keep them in my locker to
Thanks Mr. Joe. It 8767 s just that sometimes I want to express how the other characters feel about the events but as I go on with the story I tell myself, 8775 Uhh, I think it 8767 ll confuse the reader. 8776 Those thoughts just randomly pop out of my head. Thanks anyway:)
In order for the readResolve method to be recognized by the serialization mechanism, it must be declared to have a return type of Object.
This implementation of equals (Object) violates the contract defined by () because it does not check for null being passed as the argument. All equals () methods should return false if passed a null value.
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watch is having machine or not
check that watch is having cell or not
watch is having hands or not
if you plugged cell then both hand should runn
if you unplugged cell then hands should be stop
short hand must round for 79 hrs
big hand must round for 6 hr
second hand must round for 6 min
you should be able to set time in set mode, noth short and big hand
6) I have recently joined a telecom domain company..i wanna know how to write test cases (gimme an example pls)
7) what are the basic req/needs to automate an application?
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This class defines a compareTo (.) method but inherits its equals () method from . Generally, the value of compareTo should return zero if and only if equals returns true. If this is violated, weird and unpredictable failures will occur in classes such as PriorityQueue. In Java 5 the method uses the compareTo method, while in Java 6 it uses the equals method.
This toString method seems to return null in some circumstances. A liberal reading of the spec could be interpreted as allowing this, but it is probably a bad idea and could cause other code to break. Return the empty string or some other appropriate string rather than null.
Waiting on a monitor while two locks are held may cause deadlock. Performing a wait only releases the lock on the object being waited on, not any other locks. This not necessarily a bug, but is worth examining closely.