Jigar Joshi

San Francisco, CA

Age: 26

I am Jigar Joshi a Computer Science & Engineering graduate , enthusiastic software developer, Having very good experience in Java, Java EE enterprise application development, continuous integration, cloud app deployments, cloud infrastructure.

Email: jigarjm@gmail.com

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comment "Dynamically" executing code in Java
create an interface with multiple implementation for your cases, and use a Builder method to create (or just retrieve) implementation after parsing flag, and to get implementation use HashMap<String, SomeInterface> instead of using if-else or switch case
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comment "Dynamically" executing code in Java
depends on usecase, are you expecting code as input ? are you expecting some flags based on which you can take decision which implementation to execute (you could use polymorphism or runtime binding here)
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revised Date time String + TimeZone
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comment Date time String + TimeZone
what is sdfZ ?
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comment How is a date value represented as a long integer translated into a meaningful date?
as @HotLicks said and more here
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comment How is a date value represented as a long integer translated into a meaningful date?
return new Date(time) but don't take Long when you do make it work with long
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revised Last Digit: Calculate how many times digit from 0 to 9 is the last digit of an element in the sequence
added 12 characters in body
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comment java equivalent for regex to replace all characters up to a specific character in a string
replaceAll()
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revised Maven hanging indefinitely while checking for updates [resolved]
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answered Maven hanging indefinitely while checking for updates [resolved]
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comment Maven hanging indefinitely while checking for updates [resolved]
I will post it as an answer for reference
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comment Maven hanging indefinitely while checking for updates [resolved]
can you run this command and post the entire output mvn clean package -X
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answered How to create an IDE independent Java web application?
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comment two different URI mapping same view, one works well, however css can not be loaded for the other one
can you debug the http request all the way from browser to server and each points on server
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comment two different URI mapping same view, one works well, however css can not be loaded for the other one
then probably it is not filtering it, can you debug the http request all the way from browser to server and each points on server
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revised Dependency on a different package inside a project - Maven
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answered Dependency on a different package inside a project - Maven
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comment Dependency on a different package inside a project - Maven
I will put it as answer for reference
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comment two different URI mapping same view, one works well, however css can not be loaded for the other one
what is filtering (and not allowing) CSS, configure that Filter, Servlet to allow it
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comment Dependency on a different package inside a project - Maven
yes - you don't have to do it maven will do it for you, just configure it properly
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