What is variable length arguments in java

In this article we will look at what is variable length arguments or varargs is and how to use variable length arguments in methods to solve the complexity of a Java program.   There might be some situations while creating methods, where the programmer might not know how many arguments …

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What is the grammar for the HTML syntax

HTML is a mark up language used to describe the content in a web document. HTML (HyperText Markup Language) was defined using SGML (Standard Generalized Markup Language) which is an ISO (International Organization for Standardization) standard for describing text-formatting languages. One must remember that HTML is not a programming language. …

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what are Different Control Statements in PHP

Control statements in PHP are used to control the flow of execution in a script. There are three categories of control statements in PHP: selection statements, iteration / loop statements and jump statements. Selection statements The selection statements in PHP allows the PHP processor to select a set of statements …

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Popular Accounts Including PlayStation, Microsoft Xbox and Other Twitter Accounts Hacked

Last night hackers hacked into several high-profile Twitter accounts [email protected], Microsoft’s @XboxSupport, @Viacom, @ICRC (owned by the Red Cross), @Money etc. After being hacked, all the hacked accounts started posting links to services that are supposed to help users get free followers. The hack didn’t target the mentioned accounts themselves, …

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Microsoft’s Color Binoculars App Lets Colorblind People See The Normal Way

Microsoft Develops Color Binoculars to Help Colorblind People See the World in its True Colors and Vibrancy. It is a fact that around 8% of the world’s populace cannot see colors properly, that is, some people cannot distinguish between colors the way others can do. For instanceIf, something has shades …

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Drupal Fixes A Critical Bug in its Core Engine

The Drupal Security Team fixed a handful of issues in version 7 and 8 of its content management system core engine this week that could have led to cache poisoning, social engineering attacks and a denial of service condition. According to a security advisory, the update pushed Wednesday, fixed four …

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Microsoft just joined the Linux Foundation, but end users won’t notice right away

If there’s one thing to be said about 2016, it’s that it’s full of surprises. This year has seen events you wouldn’t have dreamt of a decade ago. When I read that Microsoft joined the Linux Foundation, I couldn’t believe it at first. There’s plenty of exciting news for developers in …

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Google Play Movies is rolling out 4K rental and purchasing options

This will allow those with 4K televisions and a Chromecast Ultra to take full advantage of their capabilities, though the titles are going to cost you extra. The world is quickly moving to 4K streaming, and Google wants to be ready. The company’s Google Play Movies & TV app will …

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Qualcomm and Hackerone Joined Forces on Bounty program

Qualcomm kicked off its first bug bounty program Thursday, opening the door for white hat hackers to find flaws in a dozen Snapdragon mobile chipsets and related software. Rewards for the invite-only bug bounty program top $15,000 each. HackerOne will facilitate Qualcomm’s bounty program; the chipmaker is hoping to secure …

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Four new Chromebooks get access to Google Play Store in the developer channel

HP’s Chromebook 13 has a brushed-aluminum and magnesium shell. Credit: Melissa Riofrio The Google Play Store is finally showing up for a new batch of Chromebooks. Various user reports indicate the Dell Chromebook 13, HP Chromebook, Samsung Chromebook 3, and ASUS C301SA can now perform new tricks like using Microsoft …

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