[Quiz] Important questions on JSP

  1. How can you call a JSP page using a request dispatcher?

  2. How can you suppress direct access to a JSP file through a client request?

[Quiz] Important Questions on Http and Servlets

  1. What are the three ways in which you can tell the container that your class is a servlet?

  2. Compare filters with RequestDispatcher mechanism.

  3. Can you include or forward to filters using the RequestDispatcher mechanism?

  4. What will happen if you call two RequestDispatcher forwards or includes from within a servlet's doXXX method?

  5. Can you use wrappers to have two RequestDispatcher forward requests without any exception?

Object Class - The Parent Class of All Classes in Java

There is a class in Java called Object and is present in the package java.lang.Object. This is different from the concept of objects in object oriented programing, and begenners may get confused. Note that is is just a class in Java with the name as Object. 


Object class API basics

  • Class java.lang.Object is the root of the class hierarchy in Java.

  • Every class has Object as a superclass either directly or indirectly.

Looping Constructs in Java - While, Do While, Break and Continue

The while statement

The “while loop” is an alternative to “for loop”. a “for loop” is usually used when the number of times the block is to be executed is known. A “while loop” is usually used when the number of times the block is to be executed is not known, like prompting the user whether to stop executing during every iteration.

The syntax of “while loop” is:

while (<condition>) <statements>;


Introduction to Gradle lifecycle and Tasks

Gradle lifecycle

Gradle lifecycle consist of three phases: initialization, configuration, and execution:

  1. During Initialization, Gradle decides which projects are to participate in the build.

  2. During Configuration, task objects are assembled into an internal object model, usually called the DAG (for directed acyclic graph).


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