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Don't be strung along

September 6, 2002Q: I've received quite a collection of string questions in my JavaWorld Java Q&A mailbox. Here is just a sampling: "If I create two strings the following way: String string1 = "hello world"; String string2 = new String("hello world"); then string1 and string2 will have the same hash code. Does that mean that they are actually the same object in the JVM?" "In Java, if I create a String object, I can...

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Product Snapshot: J#

September 6, 2002 — So you've got a handle on the various languages in the .Net platform: C# .Net, Visual Basic .Net, C++ .Net with managed extensions, but chances are you haven't heard about J#. Visual J# .Net is Microsoft's Java development tool for the .Net Framework. It provides Visual J++ users with a great migration path to .Net and also lowers the barrier for Java developers looking to develop for the .Net Framework. Note that...

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Microsoft SQL Server 7.0 Administrative Command Line Utilities (Part 1)

In my latest article, I'm going to briefly touch on thirty useful administrative command line utilities for Microsoft SQL Server 7.0. The tools described below primarily serve for diagnostics, configuring and migration, rather than for database server administration. Some of these tools (for example Bcp, Distrib and Osql) have complex syntax (set of command line parameters), meaning you'll likely need permanent access to Microsoft...