Dates in Java can be compared using the “compareTo()” method, the “Date” class, the “Calendar” class, or via the “LocalDate” class.
Java contains the “Collection” framework which includes multiple classes and interfaces for representing a group of objects. This collection enables storing the group of objects as a single unit. This interface contains the “List” interface and the “ArrayList” class which can be used to perform multiple operations such as sorting, insertion, deletion, and manipulation of …
A static method in Java refers to a method that is related to a class rather than a class instance and can be accessed without creating an object of the class.
StringBuilder “append()” method appends string representation of passed argument to sequence and appends boolean, int, float, double, char, string, etc values.
Java Multithreading enables concurrent execution of two or more code parts to use maximum CPU and can be done by extending Thread class or Runnable interface.
Method parameters act as variables specified after method’s name within parentheses and are used to initialize values of primitive and non-primitive data types.
Boolean refers to a primitive data type that comprises two return values i.e., “true” or “false” and to declare a boolean in Java, “boolean” keyword is used.
XOR in Java is a bitwise operator that takes two boolean operands and returns true or 1 if they are different whereas on same operands, it returns false or 0.