Saturday, January 30, 2016
Codecademy Learn Java tutorial walkthrough 4 Data Type III char
Unlike string char is used to represent a single character, example 'S' not 'So', and it must be enclosed in single quotes. It's useful for storage for single letters and conserve memory! For example, there's so need to store 'A' in a string that can store any more letters when we can store it in char. If we are writing a mini all of multiple choice questions, we can store the question labels in four chars ('A', 'B', 'C', 'D') and the answers in strings (example "None of the above").
What is a domain name system (DNS)? How stuff works explains it in a very good graph I was very confused by the Wikipedia explanatio...
The bogus request from P2PU to hunt for HTML tags in real life has yielded a lot of good thoughts. My first impression was that this is stup...
I recently submitted Project 1 of the Udacity Full Stack Nanodegree curriculum. This blog post is my reflection and review on the experience...