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Object Oriented Programming v/s Procedural Programming

Object Oriented Programming Concepts in Java

Introduction to Class,Object and Method in Java

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jdk1.7 Interview Questions Answers
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in jdk1.7 int data type allows underscore?

Before Jdk1.7

int datatype allows only numbers.

In Java1.7

int allows numbers and underscore.

So, it is easy to read the numbers. Especially when declare amount, in integer itís easy to read it and avoid confusion.

class Sample
public static void main(String args[])throws IOException
int i;
//Java 7 allows underscore in integer
in jdk 7 It doesnít need to specify the type of ArrayList at the end. yes or no ?



Before Java 7

List<String> al=new ArrayList<String>();

In Java 7

List<String> al=new ArrayList<>();

It doesnít need to specify the type of ArrayList at the end.

 import java.util.*;
class SampleArrayList
public static void main(String args[])
List<String> a=new ArrayList<>();


[one, two]

Java 7 allows String in switch statement. So, we can directly use strings in switch statement.Explain.

Before Java 7

String not allowed in switch statement. Switch allows only character and numeric. If we need to compare a string in switch statement, assign string values to an numeric and use it in switch statement.

In Java 7

//Java 7 allows String in switch statement.
 So, we can directly use strings in switch statement.
class SampleSwitch
public static void main(String args[])
String s="java";
//switch allows string from java7
case "java":
System.out.println("This is java");
case "j2ee":
System.out.println("This is j2ee");


This is java

Multiple catch can be handle in one catch statement. explain with example.?

Before Java 7

catch(ArithmeticException e){}

In Java 7: catch(ArithmeticException|NumberFormatException|NullPointerException|IOException e){}

Itís more simple than the previous. Multiple catch can be handled in one catch statement.

class SampleException
public static void main(String args[])
DataInputStream d=new DataInputStream(;
int a,b,c;
System.out.println("Enter First No.");
System.out.println("Enter Second No.");
System.out.println("a/b= "+c);
//Multiple exception catch in single catch statement using "|" symbol.
catch(ArithmeticException|NumberFormatException|NullPointerException|IOException e)
System.out.println("this is exception"+e);


Enter First No.
Enter Second No.
this is exceptionjava.lang.NumberFormatException: For input string:
In jdk 7 Resources are need to be closed manually. After processing. yes or not explain ?

Before Java 7

Resources are need to be closed manually. After processing.

In Java 7

It implements autoclosable method.

Close method run automatically.

Need not to close the resources manually.

public class TryWithResource {
public static void main(String[] args) {
try(Resource res = new Resource("Resource closing")){
res.put("Listen to Put");
} catch(Exception e){
System.out.println("Exception: "+
e.getMessage()+" Thrown by: "+e.getClass().getSimpleName());

 class Resource implements AutoCloseable{
String closingMessage;
public Resource(String closingMessage) {
this.closingMessage = closingMessage;
public void put(String work) throws ExceptionA{
throw new ExceptionA("ExceptionA");
public void close() throws ExceptionB{
throw new ExceptionB("ExceptionB");
public void put(Resource res) throws ExceptionA{
res.put("Put method runs");

public class ExceptionA extends Exception
public ExceptionA(String a)

public class ExceptionB extends Exception
public ExceptionB(String a)


Listen to Put
Resource closing
Exception: ExceptionA Thrown by: ExceptionA

what is the diffrence b/w jdk1.6and jdk1.7 ?
  1. Java 1.6 runs faster than Java 1.5.
  2. Java 1.6 makes programming easier by implementing various tools such as SwingWorker and JTable to develop user interface.
  3. In java 1.6,Java DB, a new database management tool, has been included. Java DB is based on the open-source Apache Derby and is supported by Sun.
  4. Jdk 6 provides high performance, reliability, and UI improvements.
  5. Jdk 6 is having expanded monitoring and diagnositics capacities which delivers dramatic out-of-the-box benefits without any coding changes or even a re-compile necessary.
  6. Java SE 6 streamlines web service and XML development, simplifies GUI development and augments native desktop support, expands programmatic access to native security facilities, and is the first release to offer a standardized framework for scripting languages.
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