Hello Guys, it's time to take an hypothetical question in Javarevisited. Which programming book, would you love to buy, if you are given 100$ to spend? I know, when it comes to buying, people want to worth of there money, and that's why I am posting this question to you guys. Suppose you are looking some books in a bookstore and suddenly salesman comes and say, at this particular minute, we are giving you 100$ FREE to buy any programming book. Now you just have 10 minute to complete your purchase and take away those awesome Java books absolutely for FREE, what are the books you are going to buy?
Saturday, May 25, 2013
Friday, May 24, 2013
XSLT stands for XML style sheet transformation and it as XML technology used to transform one XML into another XML or HTML format. XML and XSLT interview questions are commonly asked to Java developers, who happen to use XML in there project and mentioned XSLT as key skill in there resume. Given XML’s popularity as data transfer protocol, many systems in middle and back office space uses XML messages to transfer trade details, for example Bookings, Settlement, and Confirmation system uses it as a data exchange protocol. Since each of this system performs some normalization, enrichment and transform on incoming trade message, they use XSLT for those transformation. XSLT is rich, powerful and given it’s support in Java and several other programming language, it comes natural choice of XML transformation. What you need to is to write XSL files, also known as XML style sheet to specify your transformation rule and than XSLT engine will transform each incoming XML documents as per your XSL file. Though, XSLT is rich, it’s can also be very complex for Java programmers, who are used to procedural style of coding, as XSLT uses recursion a lot. So if you are a Java programmer, who have used XSLT or going for a Job interview, where XSLT is a key skill, you better be prepare with some popular XSLT interview questions, In this article, I am sharing my list of XSLT questions, which is collected from internet, friends and colleagues and frequently asked as part of XML Interview questions.
Monday, May 20, 2013
SED command in UNIX is stands for stream editor and it can perform lot's of function on file like, searching, find and replace, insertion or deletion. Though most common use of SED command in UNIX is for substitution or for find and replace. By using SED you can edit files even without opening it, which is much quicker way to find and replace something in file, than first opening that file in VI Editor and then changing it. In this SED command tutorial we will see some practical examples of SED command in UNIX based systems e.g. Linux. I must say having a good grip on find, grep, sort, vi editor and SED can take you next level of UNIX and Linux working experience. These are very powerful UNIX command and helps with lot of different tasks in server. By the way we will use following text file for our SED common example. As I have said before, best way to learn any UNIX command is to use them in your day to day task, and a good example is a good start. This file contains details of some popular android and iPhone smartphones, e.g. Model, company, price etc, separated by colon. You can also use any CSV file for this example.