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Min-Max Normalization on a Data Set in Java

By Vaishnavi Penumerthy

Hey Guys, In this article, we will learn about Min-Max Normalization and implement it in Java for a given data set. What is data normalization? Data normalization is a technique to.... Read More

Implementation of Fermat’s Little Theorem in Java

By Vaishnavi Penumerthy

Hey Guys, in this article we will learn about Fermat’s Little Theorem and implement it in Java. Fermat’s Little Theorem was proposed by the French mathematician Pierre de Ferma.... Read More

Temperature Converter (°C,°F, K) in Java

By Vaishnavi Penumerthy

Hello guys, in this article we will create a Temperature Converter for Celsius, Fahrenheit and Kelvin units in Java. The formulae for conversation between the units are given below.... Read More

What is a substring in Java?

By Smitha S Maganti

In this tutorial, you will learn what a substring is in Java. A substring is a part or subset of another string. For example, ‘Code’ is a substring of the string ‘.... Read More

GUI Application to Calculate Area of a Square in NetBeans IDE using Java

By Vaishnavi Penumerthy

In this tutorial, you will learn to create a simple GUI application that calculates the area of a square in NetBeans IDE. Before continuing make sure you go through the article bel.... Read More

Download a file from a URL and store in a specific directory using Java

By Smitha S Maganti

In this tutorial, you learn how to download a file from a URL using the Java IO package. You use the BufferedInputStream class to read the contents of a file, and the BufferedOutpu.... Read More

How to find common dates between two date ranges in Java

By Tishya Thakkar

In this tutorial, we will learn how to find common dates between two date ranges in Java. To do this, we will be using the LocalDate Java class. This will give us an immutable date.... Read More

Chinese Remainder Theorem in Java

By Vaishnavi Penumerthy

Hey guys, in this article we will learn The Chinese Remainder Theorem and implementation it in Java. The Chinese Remainder Theorem was first introduced by the Chinese mathematician.... Read More

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