Basics of Streams in Java 8

What are Streams? Streams are abstractions to a sequence set of values from sources of data that can be a…

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Method References in Java 8

Introduction Java8 enables us to pass references to methods or constructors using the double colon(::) operator. The main advantage is…

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ForEach Construct in Java

For Java 11 Certification Exam Practice Questions, refer http://talks.skilltoz.com/java-11-certification-exam-questions/ Coverage in Java 11 Certification Exam The Java 11 Certification exam…

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Functional Interfaces and Lambda Expressions – Practice Questions

Java 11 Certification Practice Questions (For the complete list), refer to http://talks.skilltoz.com/java-11-certification-exam-questions/ Topic: Working with Streams and Lambda Objective: Implement…

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How do we join Strings in Java?

To know more about joining Strings from Java 8, please refer to http://talks.skilltoz.com/joining-strings-in-java-8/ So let us discuss the correct responses…

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Quiz on Java 8 Static Methods in Interfaces

To know more about static methods in interfaces, please refer to http://talks.skilltoz.com/all-about-static-methods-in-java/ Let us discuss the correct responses to the…

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Quiz on Java 8 Default Methods in Interfaces

To know more about default methods, please refer to http://talks.skilltoz.com/all-about-default-methods-in-java/ Here, we will be discussing the correct responses to the…

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How to Use Functional Interfaces and Lambda Expressions

For Java 11 Certification Exam Practice Questions, refer to http://talks.skilltoz.com/java-11-certification-exam-questions/ Topic: Working with Streams and Lambda Objective: Implement functional interfaces…

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Joining Strings in Java 8

Introduction From Java 8, two new ways are available to join Strings. The first way is using the join() method…

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Optional in Java

For Java 11 Certification Exam Practice Questions, refer http://talks.skilltoz.com/java-11-certification-exam-questions/ Optional is a wrapper class container object which represents optional values…

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