SQL WHERE clause specifies the conditions that describes the values that we want to retrieve. After a WHERE keyword a logical expression is placed.
Here is the syntax
Today we are going to show how to speed up applications using threads in java. We use divide and conquer algorithm to check if program execution can be divided into fragments that can be executed separately.
Our sample program is a simple downloader ...
If you are writing code for Android 4+ platform use this RSS Reader modification – Android AsyncTask RSS Reader. It seems that in Android 4+ all network activities needs to be encapsulated using AsyncTask (thx Duke! – comment)
Today we are going to show you how to encrypt GET parameters. HTTP GET parameter value is going to be encrypted and decrypted using javax.crypto package. This way you will be able to easily send sensitive data in your URLs.
Here is our solution
Today we are going to show you how to use Android SQLite database in your applications. Our sample application stores TODO Tasks. It displays a list of TODOs, when an element of the list is clicked it is removed from the database. Our application als...
Today we are going to show you how to get started with JSF2 and Primefaces quickly. We are using maven 3 and eclipse IDE for this tutorial. If you want to find out how to easily setup your development environment please refer to our earlier posts Mav...
What are SQL Subqueries? When and how to use them?
SQL Subqueries are separate queries, that can be executed on each main query’s result set.
We use it, mainly, as an alternative to join statements or when we want to retrieve data from many tab...