Day: August 24, 2019

FRC Java – Setting up Eclipse & WPILIB

This video shows how to setup Eclipse, JDK and WPILIB to program FRC (ROBORIO) using JAVA JDK Download link: Eclipse download link: WPILIB library link:

Divisible Sum Pairs – Kotlin (Hackerrank)

The question, Divisible Sum Pairs was posted on Hackerrank and I’ve proposed a solution using Kotlin.

Difference between == and .equals() method in Java | Core Java Interview Questions

1. Main difference between .equals() method and == operator is that one is method and other is the binary operator. 2. == operator mainly used to the comparison between primitives data types.We can use == operators for reference comparison (address comparison) and .equals() method for content comparison. In simple words, == checks if both objects […]

When as a Expression in Kotlin | Kotlin Tutorial Series for beginners | Kotlin Android

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Kotlin/Everywhere Chicago 2019 – Making Existing Native Code Available in Kotlin

Speaker: Matt Moore Kotlin is a great language! But what if you want to call an existing native library in Kotlin, or build your own native library for performance optimizations? This is also useful for making Kotlin a viable option for systems programming. Perhaps there’s an existing C or C++ library that would be great […]