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Aatul Palandurkar

Archive for April 2011

Objectives :

  • What are the differences between Java & C++?
  • What are the differences between C++ & Java?
  • Java Vs. C++

Java

C++

1. Java imports class files. 1. C++ includes header files.
2. Java doesn’t support “goto” statement. 2. C++ supports “goto” statement.
3. Java allows multi-level break & continue statements. 3. C++ doesn’t allows multi-level break & continue statements.
4. Java doesn’t support multiple inheritances but provides interfaces. 4. C++ supports multiple inheritances.
5. Java does not have destructors. 5. C++ has destructors.
6. Java supports auto garbage collection. 6. C++ does not supports auto garbage collection, requires memory management.
7. Java does not provide the facility of operator overloading. 7. C++ supports operator overloading.
8. Java neither supports RTI nor namespaces. 8. C++ supports RTI & namespaces.
9. Virtual (Dynamic dispatch) method is default. 9. Virtual method is needed to be implemented explicitly.
10. It is a platform independent language. 10. It is not a platform independent language.
11. “.class” file is generated after compilation. 11. “.exe” file is generated after compilation.
12. Java doesn’t support pointers. 12. C++ supports pointers.
13. Java doesn’t support Templates. 13. C++ supports Templates.
14. Java uses compiler & interpreter both. 14. C++ uses compiler only.
15. Java is far from hardware than C++. 15. C++ is more nearer to hardware than Java.
16. Java has primitive data type boolean. 16. In C++, boolean is not available.
17. Through Java we can develop Distributed / Internet based applications. 17. Development of Distributed / Internet based applications is not possible in C++.
18. Java can only pass by reference (well except primitives) 18. C++ can pass by value (default) or by reference.
19. Java posses 49 keywords including some reserved words. 19. C++ has 48 keywords. ANSI C++ has 15 more keywords.

 

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Objective of Tutorial :-

  • How to post Tweets to Facebook automatically?
  • How to share Tweets to Facebook automatically?
  • How to connect Twitter & Facebook accounts?
  • How to install Twitter to Facebook?
  • How to send tweets to Facebook automatically?

 

Posting or sharing of your Tweets to Facebook automatically is very simple, you just need to follow certain steps as given below but before that you must have Twitter & Facebook accounts & must be logged in to do so.

 

The steps are as follows :-

  • Click on to “Resources” link available in right panel on Twitter.

  • On Resources page, click on to “See all Widgets” link.

  • On Widgets page, click on to “Facebook” widget.

  • Once you get the link for “Facebook Application”, click on it.

  • On Facebook Application page, click on “Install Twitter to Facebook” button.

  • It will open a new tab/window & redirect you to facebook showing message “Your Facebook & Twitter accounts are connected” & will ask you to share tweets on your facebook profile, check it to do so. And it’s done!
  • If you have created any page(s), then it will ask you to share the same to those pages too using the combobox having list of pages.
  • You can also share link, using “Share link” button on same page.

Now your tweets will be posted to facebook automatically.

 

JUG Meetup : March 27, 2011

Time : 2pm – 4pm

Venue :

Atul Palandurkar,

125, “SHARDA”,

Parvati Nagar,

Rameshwari Road,

Nagpur – 440027.

Tushar Joshi, Atul Palandurkar, Shwetal Bahadure, Harshal Potliya, Rahul Raja

Attendees of JUG Meetup on 27-03-2011

Attendees :

(From Left to Right)

  1. Tushar Joshi
  2. Atul Palandurkar
  3. Shwetal Bahadure
  4. Harshal Potliya
  5. Rahul Raja

 

Today’s meeting was very important for all of us, mainly Shwetal Bahadure & Harshal Potliya who are about to join the group very soon.

 

Sir & we discussed about various important thing & tasks to be done via JUG Nagpur likewise what is open source project? How to create a open source projects & finish it? Ways to spread the JUG Nagpur to more people of Nagpur, and how to make world know about JUG Nagpur? Even we discussed our view about being a member of the group, opportunities we may found while being in JUG Nagpur, exchange of ideas & the things we can learn from each other while being together in this group.

 

We planned to have 17 & possibly more different YANPAs (Yet Another NetBeans Platform Application) in accordance with the NetBeans User Group, Nagpur. Here we are not planning for something great but just to make it for the first time & later on will come back with something really exciting & useful for everyone!

 

We also planned to spread the JUG Nagpur to each & every professional & student of Nagpur who is interested in Java & its technologies.

 

Here at the meeting we also discussed about managing the website & wiki of JUG Nagpur, and to manage the FAQ pages & other pages & then to change the role after sometime so that everyone can learn how to do the particular task?

 


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