Different Ways to Take Input from User in Java

There are mainly five different ways to take input from user in java using keyboard. 1. Command Line Arguments 2. BufferedReader and InputStreamReader Class 3. DataInputStream Class 4. Console Class 5. Scanner Class   Below I have shared example for each of them.     How to Take Input from User in Java Command Line Arguments It is one of the simplest way to read values from user. It will work only when you are running the program from command

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Java Command Line Arguments

Here you will learn about Java command line arguments. The arguments that are passed from command line at the time of running the program are called command line arguments. It is one of the ways to take input from user in java. It works only when we are running the program from command line and not from any IDE.   How to take input from command line in Java? Write the values that you have to input just after the

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Java Properties File – How to Read and Write

In this tutorial you will learn about java properties file and how to perform read and write operations on it.   What is properties file? In Java related technologies, properties file is used to store configuration data or settings of application. It has .properties extension.   Why we need properties file? It makes application maintenance easier. We can change some information in application by doing changes in properties file. We don’t need to recompile the java source files. Let us

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Solve javac is not recognized as an internal or external command Error

The error javac is not recognized as an internal or external command arises when we try to compile any java source file using javac command. The reason for this error is because the path of javac command is not set properly. This error can be solved easily by setting javac compiler path in environment variables. How to solve javac is not recognized as an internal or external command Error? This can be done in two ways as given below.  

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How to Sort ArrayList of Objects in Java

In this tutorial you will learn how to sort arraylist of objects in java. In our previous tutorial we have seen how to sort arraylist of String or Integer type using Collection.sort() method. Can we use that process to sort an arraylist of custom objects? The answer is big no. For doing this we have to use Comparable or Comparator interfaces. Below I have shared an example for each of them. Sort ArrayList of Objects Using Comparable Comparable is used to

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How to Sort ArrayList of String and Integer in Java

In this tutorial you will learn how to sort ArrayList of String or Integer in Java. We can easily sort an arraylist in ascending or descending order using Collections.sort() method. Below I have shared simple example for each of them. Sort ArratList in Java Example to Sort ArrayList of String Below program sorts an arraylist of String type.

  Output Sort in ascending order Android IOS Linux Mac Windows Sort in descending order Windows Mac Linux IOS Android  

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Convert Image to Base64 String or Base64 String to Image in Java

In this tutorial you will learn how to convert or encode image to Base64 string and convert or decode Base64 string to image in Java.   What is Base64? Base64 is a group of similar binary-to-text encoding schemes that represent binary data in an ASCII string format by translating it into a radix-64 representation.     Why we need to convert image to Base64 string? Let’s consider some real life scenarios. What we will do if we want to store

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