New to Java world? Confused about what is what? What is Spring? What is Spring MVC? What is Spring Boot? Let me “briefly” explain the differences and what they are used for. What is Java Spring Framework? Spring Framework is
In this post, I would like to present you with 3 different 1-line scripts that are used a lot. These snippets are used to remove the last character from a string. When may you need this? You may be building
Indexing, Retrieving, Deleting Documents in Elastic Search (Using Kibana) Elasticsearch (ELK Stack) – Part 1 I have been playing around with ELK (Elasticsearch, Logstash, Kibana – Elastic Stack) and I though I would paste some of my notes here. The
This may be a point where a lot of you may get confused. I see some people using them in if conditions without actually knowing what they do. Let me try to explain the concept with a couple of lines of
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There are various ways that you can do string concatenation in Ruby: 1- Concatenate using “+” operator
myString = "Welcome " + "to " + "Ruby!"
2- Concatenate without the “+” operator
myString = "Welcome " "to " "Ruby!"
3- Concatenate using “<<” operator
myString = "Welcome " << "to " << "Ruby!"
4- Concatenate using “concat” method
myString = "Welcome ".concat("to ").concat("Ruby!")
5- Create an