I feel like I could make my own high level language with more logical layouts, where anything heirchy-related actually makes sense.
Here, methods are called towards the top of the page or program, and then written out and stored just below it. So the method has already been processed by the time you get down to where it is written entirely. This completely goes against the concept of a program, "a set or order of instructions to be compiled and executed," not to mention it is confusing.
This initializing of data in classes with their constructors towards the bottom of the page and referencing them from main on top of the program is illogical and ridiculus.
A program should sequentially follow steps from top to bottom, and as simple as this sounds, this concept still needs to apply at more advanced levels of programming
For this opinion that I have, what would be a better language for me to work with?
yeah, i want to know how to calculate the length of 2d array while converting it into 1d array
when i simply used a.length for my 2d array and put it into my 1d array ,then 1d array will print only first column then exception comes Array index out of bound
yup i got the idea and it works like this
int b = new int[a.length*a.length];
//output is 9
//is this the way of getting length of 2d into 1d array?
I am currently coding in JSF, but using Java for the back-end beans. Was wondering if anyone is familiar to JSF, to help get a solution or an idea on how I could proceed.
So, if I have a database with 2 tables - Country & State,
but I don't want to have to make a call into the database in order to reduce the resources used. How would I implement in the Java bean a connection between the country and its related states?
Considering that I have the 2 selections in a dropdown menu.