Java Characters class
by Kristian Kraljic, December 31, 2015
This is going to be my last post in 2015, as New Year’s Eve quickly approaches. I also have to hurry up a little, as the raclette grill is already heating up. *jummy* ;-)
Time for a little year-end review. This year has again been very successful for me. After finishing my Master’s Degree in Computer Science end of last year, I began working as a research associate at the University of Applied Sciences in Mannheim next to my main job. We made great progress and were able to release the Genetic Code Anylsis Toolkit just recently. Some of the code snippets of the past few days, have been part of the work done for the Genetic Code Analysis Toolkit. Other than that I mainly focussed on my primary workplace, where I was working hard towards a first release of the SAP ONE Support Launchpad. A lot more happened, but as our little marathon soon comes to an end, let’s get to the point of this post.
There are a lot of helper classes in Java. Even in the core libraries you’ll find plenty of them. Classes such as
Arrays, or the
Collections class dealing with lists, sets and maps. One helper class I was missing out on, is a