tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-66048162692763667232017-09-17T04:02:54.094+05:30Life On The Heap<sup><i>Heap</i> is the place which runtime environments use for allocating and deallocating objects.</sup>Subhomoy Haldarnoreply@blogger.comBlogger6125tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-6604816269276366723.post-88079943563394545622015-03-23T19:46:00.000+05:302015-03-23T19:46:13.384+05:30My blog can support beautiful Math formulasRecently, I applied a lot of changes to my blog (and made a lot of upgrades). Besides adding a Syntax Highlighter, I also added MathJax. Here's how it beautifully renders Mathematical formulae.
Here are some examples:
$$\frac{d}{dx}c=0$$Here $c$ is any constant.
$$\frac{d}{dx}x=1$$
$$\frac{d}{dx}x^{n}=n x^{n-1}$$
$$\frac{d}{dx}e^x=e^x$$
$$\frac{d}{dx}b^x=b^x ln(b)$$Here $b$ is any constant.
Subhomoy Haldarhttps://plus.google.com/100655024988765660817noreply@blogger.com0tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-6604816269276366723.post-38953592251373865382014-12-08T13:06:00.001+05:302015-01-09T15:23:00.612+05:30The Magic of Java 8: Multiple InheritanceFor ages, Java programmers have been confined (to some extent) regarding inheritance issues. The problem is that Java™ is was unable to support Multiple Inheritance. With the advent of Java 8 in March, this year, this problem has been solved.
Let us assume a problem to illustrate our problem. Say, there are two classes: Singer and Dancer. Now, we have plenty of different types singers and Subhomoy Haldarhttps://plus.google.com/100655024988765660817noreply@blogger.com0tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-6604816269276366723.post-2302147962167120792014-09-05T15:53:00.003+05:302014-09-05T15:53:15.443+05:30Parkour - the thing we programmers envyI am deviating from my topic here, but I got to post about this one!
Wikipedia defines this art or sport as:
Parkour (French pronunciation: [paʁˈkuʁ]) is a holistic training discipline using movement that developed from military obstacle course training. Practitioners aim to get from A to B in the most efficient way possible.They do this using only their bodies and their surroundings to propelSubhomoy Haldarhttps://plus.google.com/100655024988765660817noreply@blogger.com0tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-6604816269276366723.post-74933208816618325592014-07-13T19:51:00.003+05:302014-07-19T22:55:50.406+05:30Commodious Calculations In Java: An introduction to java.math.BigInteger package.
Introduction
Often, we find that the built-in primitive datatypes are not enough to satisfy our thirst for precision. In many circumstances, we need to perform huge (and I mean huge) calculations that well exceed the range of the primitive datatypes. The developers of Java™ have provided (quite possibly the best) solution: They have added support for arbitrary precision numbers by including Subhomoy Haldarhttps://plus.google.com/100655024988765660817noreply@blogger.com0tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-6604816269276366723.post-40470322039483190132014-07-04T00:01:00.001+05:302014-07-11T21:04:39.509+05:30Make your PC greet you!
How to make your PC greet you during Startup in 6 easy steps?
It’s quite simple, and doesn't require pages after pages of complex programming. Just follow the following instructions, and you’ll be able to accomplish this trivial task.
So, here’s how it works :
Paste the following code in the Notepad.
Set Sapi = Wscript.CreateObject("SAPI.SpVoice")
Dim strWelcome, strTime, strHour, strMin, Rishav Sarkarhttps://plus.google.com/109376833417049652669noreply@blogger.com0tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-6604816269276366723.post-88432671886571520292014-06-27T20:21:00.000+05:302014-07-11T21:05:01.378+05:30Getting Our Feet Wet - A (Condensed) Tutorial on Using the Windows™ Calculator
Before we start any actual programming, we must set up our "apparatus" in steps. The first is learning how to exploit use the features of the calculator that ships in with Windows™ 7 (or later). This is a very useful little program that we will be using very frequently to verify the accuracy of our experiments. So, let's dive in!
Finding The Calculator
Finding our little friend is Subhomoy Haldarhttps://plus.google.com/100655024988765660817noreply@blogger.com0