Instance Method References with Class Name

Java-Instance Method References with Class Name

Instance Method References with Class Name It is also possible to handle a situation in which you want to specify an instance method that can be used with any object of a given class, not just a specified object. In this case, you will create a method reference as ClassName::instanceMethodName. The name of the class is … Read more…

Method References to Instance Methods

Java-Method References to Instance Methods

Method References to Instance Methods To pass a reference to an instance method on a specific object, use the syntax: objRefName::methodName. This syntax is similar to that used for a static method, except that an object reference is used instead of a class name. The following program demonstrates a static method reference. In the program, notice that … Read more…

Method References to Instance Methods

Java-Method References

Method References A method reference provides a way to refer to a method without executing it. It relates to lambda expressions because it, too, requires a target type context that consists of a compatible functional interface. When evaluated, a method reference also creates an instance of the functional interface. There are different types of method references, Method … Read more…

Java-Bitwise NOT

Bitwise NOT( ~ ) The Bitwise NOT is represented by the symbol (~) . Bitwise NOT is an unary operator and inverts all the bits represented by its operand. That is, 0s become 1s and 1s become zero. Program Program Source public class Javaapp { public static void main(String[] args) { byte a = 3; byte b = … Read more…

Java-Bitwise Exclusive OR

Bitwise Exclusive OR( ^ ) The bitwise exclusive OR is represented by the symbol (^). The result of exclusive OR is 1 if only one bits of the bits is 1; otherwise it is zero. Program Program Source public class Javaapp { public static void main(String[] args) { int a = 10; int b = 12; int … Read more…

Java-Bitwise OR

Bitwise OR( | ) The Bitwise OR, is represented by the symbol | (vertical bar) and is surrounded by two integer operands. The result of OR operation is 1 if at least one of the bits has a value 1; otherwise it is zero. Program Program Source public class Javaapp { public static void main(String[] … Read more…