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February 27, 2015 Leave a comment
You can’t believe, how easy and fast to tweet using java. yes, it is possible with the help of java library called ‘twiiter4j’. you can download the library http://twitter4j.org from this site and use it. consider the following code
Twitter twitter = TwitterFactory.getSingleton(); Status status = twitter.updateStatus(latestStatus); System.out.println("Successfully updated the status to [" + status.getText() + "].");
use this code in your main function. this code will post your tweet into your timeline. find more example at http://twitter4j.org/en/code-examples.html . It is really easy to use and make it working with twitter4j. so enjoy java programming.
February 3, 2015 Leave a comment
Class Naming Convention: A class name shall be a noun or a noun phrase made up of several words. All the words shall be initial-capitalized (camel-case). Use a singular noun for class name. Choose a meaningful and self-descriptive classname. For examples,
Variable Naming Convention: A variable name shall be a noun or a noun phrase made up of several words. The first word is in lowercase and the rest of the words are initial-capitalized (camel-case), e.g.,
xTopLeft. Take note that variable name begins with an lowercase, while class name begins with an uppercase.
Method Naming Convention: A method name shall be a verb, or a verb phrase made up of several words. The first word is in lowercase and the rest of the words are initial-capitalized (camel-case). For example,
May 19, 2014 2 comments
The purpose of Linux Mint is to produce a modern, elegant and comfortable operating system which is both powerful and easy to use. Started in 2006, Linux Mint is now the 4th most widely used home operating system behind Microsoft Windows, Apple Mac OS and Canonical’s Ubuntu.
Some of the reasons for the success of Linux Mint are:
- It works out of the box, with full multimedia support and is extremely easy to use.
- It’s both free of cost and open source.
- It’s community-driven. Users are encouraged to send feedback to the project so that their ideas can be used to improve Linux Mint.
- Based on Debian and Ubuntu, it provides about 30,000 packages and one of the best software managers.
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Ref : The Linux Mint Website