Image credit:Mooganic Nothing is more embarrassing than a misspelled word or incorrect grammar in an article on your blog. OK, may be there are other more embarrassing things out there but this still is not a nice scenario for a professional blogger. As a blogger you should try to catch all your mistakes before your […]
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Smart phones are a great tool for bloggers to blog even when they are away from their computers. Ever since iPhone was introduced mobile-blogging hit its stride. With a plethora of apps available for iPhone you can now easily post to your blog wherever you are. Although most iPhone apps have a modest price but […]
Recently Darren Rowes of problogger.net launched a premium forum for bloggers ( problogger.com). I was surprised that he offered the membership of only $1.95 a month. I singed up as soon as I heard the news and I believe it’s worth much more than that. The community is getting close to 2000 member strong. The […]
A couple of weeks ago a reader asked me for a Java program to read command-line input from the user and then display the smallest value the user has entered. He wanted to use digit ‘0’ to indicate that the user is done entering the data and not to include 0 in the list of […]
Joseph Darcy, the lead of Project Coin, formally announced the approved changes to the Java language to be included in JDK 7. Although there was no major change announced, the announced enhancements will improve program readability. Following are few changes that I am glad they are going to incorporate in JDK7.
If you are thinking of starting your own blog or have just started it, I would recommend that you download and read the free eBook, Make Money Blogging, by Daniel Scocco. Daniel runs a successful and a very helpful blog “DailyBlogTips” and is quite well know among the bloggers. In this free eBook Daniel laid […]
If you need to search for a phrase or a string in a text file Java regular expression is the easiest way to accomplish this task. Here is a simple example that demonstrates how you can use Java regular expression to find a string or a phrase in a text file.
Eclipse is my favorite Java IDE. To manage projects Eclipse uses ‘Workspaces’. Workspace is basically a folder on your disk where your project files are stored. To work on a project you load its workspace in Eclipse. Eclipse remembers the workspaces you worked on previously. A drop down list of all (configurable) previous workspaces is […]