Method Overloading Using Java

This article demonstrates Method-Overloading Using Java. Earlier, I have explained how to create user-defined methods. Accordingly, a class can have user-defined methods which are all uniquely named. In other words, in a particular class, each method has a unique name. However, this rule has an exception. In other words, a class may allow two or more methods …

Flow Control Using Loops in Java

In this article, I will explain Flow Control Using Loops in Java. In general, the statements of a program code execute sequentially. However, there are occasions when this sequential course of action needs to be altered. For instance, suppose we want to repeat certain statements till a particular condition remains satisfied. In that case, we …

Examples of Decision Making in Java

This article explains the concept of Examples of Decision Making in Java. Basically, decision-making in a code is required whenever there is two or more course of action depending on a condition. So, in Java, we can perform decision-making using the if…else statement. Also, we can also use the ternary operator in Java if we need to choose one …