Tassos Bassoukos

Thessaloniki, Greece

tassos.bassoukos.gr

Age: 39

May
12
comment Can I have recursive function call inside parallel streams in java
The question you linked to is about arrays of primitives, but that does not apply to your case, as the child names are objects (you test for equality with null)
May
12
comment Can I have recursive function call inside parallel streams in java
@AkhilKKamal if you have local I/O you may cause too many non-sequential accesses, which bring down performance for both HDDs and SSDs.
May
12
answered Can I have recursive function call inside parallel streams in java
May
11
comment comment lines with syntax error
Why would you want to do that?
May
7
answered Accessing specific object fields from an ArrayList
Apr
30
answered java regex search and replace all?
Apr
27
comment Run a .jar file using .sh file in unix
Extract the MANIFEST.MF from your JAR (a JAR is structurally a ZIP file) and see what main class is specified there. Is it your own? Also, Inspect the contents, are your classfiles in there?
Apr
27
answered Run a .jar file using .sh file in unix
Apr
18
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Apr
9
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Apr
2
comment Reuse subscriber
You're using it wrong, methinks - why not simply this.onNext(...)? Or something with a more descriptive name?
Apr
2
comment SCP in Java with URIs without password and username
Ah, that gets you the current username - use System.getProperty("user.name") to get that.
Apr
2
comment SCP in Java with URIs without password and username
Then you cannot SSH/SCP. SSH/SCP cannot determine the use by the public key alone.
Apr
2
comment Reuse subscriber
But conceptually, you're saying "Subscriber, take these items; then, take those items".
Apr
2
answered SCP in Java with URIs without password and username
Apr
2
answered Reuse subscriber
Jan
30
comment Gatling - java: command not found
This is a Linux/Unix shell script, and will not work on Windows. Find the shell script for your platform.
Jan
27
comment Join and fetch just some properties not all the collection
Sure, they are orthogonal - what you have in the SELECT just needs to refer to something from the FROM/JOIN clauses.
Jan
27
comment Should I use a ConcurrentHashMap?
I've seen people use CHMaps to overcome limitations in algorithms where they would add/remove etries while iterating - do you fall in this case?
Jan
27
answered Adding jar files to plugin dependency
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