The program arguments passed at launching the Java program are called command line arguments. While launching the program we can pass additional arguments (no limit of numbers of arguments).
Recursion is referred to a programming style where a method invokes itself repeatedly until a certain predefined condition is met. Such method calls are also called recursive methods.
Java naming conventions are sort of guidelines which application programmers are expected to follow to produce a consistent and readable code throughout the application. If teams do not not follow these conventions, they may collectively write an application code which is hard to read and difficult to understand. Java heavily uses CamelCase notations for naming […]
this and super are reserved keywords in Java. this refer to current instance of a class while super refer to the parent class of that class where super keyword is used.
Java strictfp modifier ensures that all floating-point operations across different JVMs will provide consistent and same result as predicted by IEEE 754.