Object Oriented Programming | OOP

What is Object Oriented Programming? It is the style of programming in which large application software is implemented in terms of independently programmable units of “data” (in the form of fields, often known as attributes) and “operations” or “codes” (in the form of procedures, often known as methods) called objects. BASIC ELEMENTS OF OOP (Object Read More…



Top 6 Difference Between Array and Collections in Java

What is the Difference between Array and Collections (any collection class)? You have a question in your mind or somewhere in an interview, this question has asked. From a capability perspective, while both can store references to objects: Arrays can store primitives. Collections can not store primitives (although they can store the primitive wrapper classes, such as Integer etc) The Read More…