How to find index of STRING array in Java from a given value?

I wanted to know if there’s a native method in array for Java to get the index of the table for a given value ? Let’s say my table contains these strings : public static final String[] TYPES = { “Sedan”, “Compact”, “Roadster”, “Minivan”, “SUV”, “Convertible”, “Cargo”, “Others” }; Let’s say the user has to … Read more

Composition, Inheritance, and Aggregation in JavaScript

There is a lot of information about composition vs inheritance online, but I haven’t found decent examples with JavaScript. Using the below code to demonstrate inheritance: function Stock( /* object with stock names and prices */ ) { for (var company_name in arguments[0]) { // copy the passed object into the new object created by … Read more

Distinguishing between delegation, composition and aggregation (Java OO Design)

I am facing a continuing problem distinguishing delegation, composition and aggregation from each other, and identifying the cases where it’s the best to use one over the other. I have consulted a Java OO Analysis and Design book, but my confusion still remains. The main explanation is this: Delegation: When my object uses another object’s … Read more

Why use inheritance at all? [closed]

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How to force node position (x and y) in graphviz

I am trying to force position of nodes. I have x and y coordinates of my nodes and its also directed graph. I can use the rank=same to handle row (y coordinate), but can’t figure out how I can handle column (x coordinate). Answer You can use pos attribute (https://www.graphviz.org/doc/info/attrs.html#d:pos), e.g.: xxx [ label = … Read more