Thursday, July 26, 2012

Get Answers for mathematical equations from Google Search

Every one know that Google is always coming up with the new inventions and trying to make the Google as life to the user in future. Below is one of the new invention from the Google.

Google has just released a new 34-button scientific calculator in the Google serch options. Go ahead and enter an equation into Google Search. Try 2+2. Now, instead of simply coming up with the answer, Google presents you with a full, 34-button scientific calculator. You can also find the answers for Trigonometric functions and 'Pi' functions

You can also access the calculator with Desktop Voice Search. Just click the little microphone icon in the search bar, speak your equation out loud and wait a split second for your answer. A pared-down version of the calculator also appears during mobile searches.

Today I have tested the calculator with the mathematical equations, triganometric functions and others..., it is amazing for me.

So, why to wait? start searching mathematical equations or mathematical functions in google.... Hope you will enjoy

Tuesday, July 24, 2012

Are you waiting for Windows 8 to use?

If you are eagerly waiting for new versions of windows with more features, this is the time to know about the windows 8. Every one knows that Microsoft gave a wonderful OS with Windows 7, but still people want more comfort level in using the Computers than earlier. 

Microsoft has released a new version of Windows called Windows 8 with excellent features and functionalities. You can upgrade to new version of Windows  or you can also purchase as a DVD copy from the stores and pricing will be different for different cases.

Friday, July 20, 2012

Convert charr array to String in Java

1. We can convert char array to String by passing the array to String constructor.
public void convertCharArrayToStringOption1() {
    char[] charArray = new char[] { 'a', 'b', 'c', 'd' };
    System.out.println("The new String Array is : "+new String(charArray));

2. We can also pass the char array to 'valueOf()' static method of String class:
public void convertCharArrayToStringOption1() {
    char[] charArray = new char[] { 'a', 'b', 'c', 'd' };
    System.out.println("The new String Array is : "+

Funtab Fit tablet launched at Rs 5,999

Delhi-based Go Tech has launched a health-oriented tablet called Funtab Fit at a price of Rs 5,999. This device comes with a host of pre-installed health-related apps, along with access for 1,500 books and 7,500 videos for students. 

On the specifications front, Funtab Fit has a 7-inch display panel with 800x480 resolution, 1GHz processor, 512MB RAM, 32GB expandable memory, VGA camera and runs onAndroid v4.0.3 (Ice Cream Sandwich). The tablet with a 5-point capacitive touchscreen supports 1080p video playback and various audio and video formats. 

It ensures continuous internet connectivity through Wi-Fi and 3G (via USB dongle). The tablet features USB-on-the-go support and can be used to read Word, Excel, PowerPoint, PDF and TXT files. Other notable features of Funtab Fit include multiple language support, 3D games and video output via HDMI cable. The tablet with a 3600mAh battery claims 8-hour battery life.

Thursday, July 19, 2012

Marker or Tag interface in java

An interface is called a marker interface when it is provided as a handle by java interpreter to mark a class so that it can provide special behaviour to it at runtime and they do not have any method declarations.

Java Marker Interface Examples

  • java.lang.Cloneable
  • java.util.EventListener

Why we need Marker Interface?

Suppose you want to persist (save) the state of an object then you have to implement the Serializable interface otherwise the compiler will throw an error. To make more clearly understand the concept of marker interface you should go through one more example.
Suppose the interface Clonable is neither implemented by a class named Myclass nor it’s any super class, then a call to the method clone() on Myclass’s object will give an error. This means, to add this functionality one should implement the Clonable interface. While the Clonable is an empty interface but it provides an important functionality.
We cannot create marker interfaces, as you cannot instruct JVM to add special behavior to all classes implementing (directly) that special interface.
From java 1.5, the need for marker interface is eliminated by the introduction of the java annotation feature. So, it is wise to use java annotations than the marker interface. It has more feature and advantages than the java marker interface.