Therefore, by assigning different data types to variables, we can store various data types in these variables.
The following table gives the detail information about Primitive Data Types:
A Java program can contain any number of classes. Following Java program comprises of two classes: TestEmployee1 and Employee1 in two different files. After the creation, save both the files and then compile and them in Command Prompt. Continue reading “Java Program using Two different Classes in Two Different File”
This post contains a list of basic java programs for beginners. These programs will provide you a good understanding of the basics that how java programs work. All coding written below is well tested.
Before you start executing these codes you must need these things to be done first: Continue reading “Simple Java Programs with Output”
Here is a list of school/university boards which are not recognised by NIOS (National Institute of Open Schooling). Since NIOS is a government board and also one of the world’s biggest open schooling board. So one should be remembering this while going for admissions in schools. Its always recommended to verify the board before taking admissions. And if you want to be on a safer side then always go for national boards like CBSE, ICSE, etc. Continue reading “Non‐Recognised Boards/Universities In India By NIOS”
In this post, Learn the Important Terms and Important Questions (solved) for Chemical Reactions (CBSE). This will help you in understanding all the concepts, easily.
10th standard is the starting and the most crucial point in the life of a student. After 10th a student’s life goes for a big change. It is now that he takes up subjects of his choice and puts focused efforts for better career prospects in future. This is a time when most of the students get confused too much and takes a decision which he starts to dislike later. Students often find it difficult to decide which path they should choose and go. The question which stands in front of students are:
With an objective to provide a chance to students who could not score up to their expectations or having compartment in the Class 10 board examination, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is all set to hold an Improvement of Performance Examination from July 16-23. l Continue reading “CBSE 10th Improvement Exam Rules and Regulation (EIOP) 2014-2015”