1. Explain about the select method with an example?

Select part is useful in selecting text or part of the text. Arguments specified for the select command are the same as applicable to substring. First index is usually represents the start of the index. End of line makers are counted as one character. Example t.select (10,15)

2. Explain about inheritance hierarchies?

An inheritance hierarchy has a collection of all classes which fall under the main class. Inheritance chain defines the path from where all the sub classes originated and their relation ship. Controller normally handles user input. Inheritance hierarchy is very important in software modeling.

3. Explain the reason behind ending a program with a System.exit (0)?

The reason behind ending a program with System.exit (0) involves technicalities. When main method exits the new thread automatically does not end. The appearance of this thread is because of dialog box functionality. System.exit ends all the methods.

4. Explain about strings in Java?

Strings represent nothing but a string of characters. Java does not have any built in string type. It contains predefined class which can be called enough as a String. Instance of a string is called as a string. Much similar to many object oriented languages a + sign is used.

5. Give the difference between the println method and sqrt method?

Println method operates on the object system.out and has the value which should be printed namely y. sqrt method is a static method. It does not operate on any object. It has the number stored in x for which the square toot should be found out.

6. Explain about Java assignment statement?

After declaring a variable, it should be initialized explicitly. Uninitialized variable can never be used. To a declared variable you must assign a variable name on the left, equal sign and a java expression should have a appropriate value to the right.

7. Explain about Java data types?

Variables declared should have a declared type. Out of the eight data types four data types are integer, two are floating type integers, one is character type out of which one is Boolean and the other Unicode. Core Java is known to be a strong typed language.

8. Explain about Class in Java?

In Java every thing exists within a class. It defines the behavior of the class and its characteristics. Java applications and applets are built in the class. Rules present for class name are generous and some of the basic rules are names should start with a letter after that letter they can have any combination of letters and digits. It can contain names to any length.

9. What are the three best choices for development environment?

The three best choices for development environment include.
1) Java SDK and text editor can be a perfect choice.
2) Java SDK and a text editor which is built within the SDK.
3) Using IDE such as free Forte community edition.

10. Explain about Java SDK?

Java SDK is not so comfortable with people used to command line interpreter. IDEs include compilers, editors, debugging facilities, drag and drop techniques, etc. This compiler strives to generate hundreds of lines in code UI. This platform may become a universal platform.

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