StringBuffer StringBuffer is mutable means one can change the value of the object . The object created through StringBuffer is stored in the heap. StringBuffer has the same methods as the StringBuilder , but each method in StringBuffer is synchronized that is StringBuffer is thread safe.Due to this it does not allow two threads to simultaneously access the… Read More »
An interesting post.. Everytime you write an app, it may or may not crash and we often see the “Force Close” Dialog. But what if we can customize the “Force Close” Dialog itself. This is done using “UncaughtExceptionHandler” class. This post explains this. here I am knowingly crashing the application like this int y = 5/0; Now this… Read More »
Hello all… This tutorial explains how to copy a file contents to another in Android. The file to copy is saved in SDCARD, however you can change the path to save it in your application sandbox. if you want to save it in your sandbox, change the path to /data/data/your_packagename/your_file.extension Now we will see the layout for the… Read More »
This is an example to read Logcat contents programmatically in Android. Normal developers won’t need this, but still it is a good thing to know how to do it. if you like the post then click on the plus button to share it with your friends and leave your valuable comments.