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Before exiting a thread, you should call the remove() method on the NDC class, as you can see in the recipe. This method cleans up memory allocated for the thread and ensures the garbage collector can perform its duties. EJBs can always retrieve the security Principal of callers through their EJBContext instance set during their creation. For example, the following code retrieves the username of an EJB client:
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package Coordinate; require Exporter; @Coordinate::ISA = qw(Exporter); @Coordinate::EXPORT = qw(PI set_origin get_origin polar2cart cart2polar); use constant PI => 4 * atan2(1,1); my $xc = 0; my $yc = 0; sub set_origin { ($xc, $yc) = @_ } sub get_origin { ($xc, $yc) }
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We ve already alluded to the fact that there is some kind of encoding going on remember that we mentioned the IBM-derived Latin1 scheme when we were discussing escaped character literals. Computers work with binary values, typically made up of one or more bytes, and we clearly need some kind of mapping between the binary values in these bytes and the characters we want them to represent. We ve all got to agree on what the binary values mean, or we can t exchange information. To that end, the American Standards Association convened a committee in the 1960s which defined (and then redefined, tweaked, and generally improved over subsequent decades) a standard called ASCII (pronounced ass -key): the American Standard Code for Information Interchange. This defined 128 characters, represented using 7 bits of a byte. The first 32 values from 0x00 0x19, and also the very last value, 0x7F, are called control characters, and include things like the tab character (0x09), backspace (0x09), bell (0x07), and delete (0x7F). The rest are called the printable characters, and include space (0x20), which is not a control character, but a blank printable character; all the upper and lowercase letters; and most of the punctuation marks in common use in English. This was a start, but it rapidly became apparent that ASCII did not have enough characters to deal with a lot of the common Western ( Latin ) scripts; the accented characters in French, or Spanish punctuation marks, for example. It also lacked common characters like the international copyright symbol , or the registered trademark symbol . Since ASCII uses only 7 bits, and most computers use 8-bit bytes, the obvious solution was to put the necessary characters into byte values not used by ASCII. Unfortunately, different mappings between byte values and characters emerged in different countries. These mappings are called code pages. If you bought a PC in, say, Norway, it would use a code page that offered all of the characters required to write in Norwegian, but if you tried to view the same file on a PC bought in Greece, the non-ASCII characters would look like gibberish because the PC would be configured with a Greek code page. IBM defined Latin-1 (much later updated and standardized as ISO-8859-1) as a single code page that provides most of what is required by most of the European languages that use Latin letters. Microsoft defined the Windows-1252 code page, which is mostly (but not entirely) compatible. Apple defined the Mac-Roman encoding, which has the same goal, but is completely different again. All of these encodings were designed to provide a single solution for Western European scripts, but they all fall short in various different ways Dutch, for example, is missing some of its diphthongs. This is largely because 8 bits just isn t enough to cover all possible characters in all international languages. Chinese alone has well over 100,000 characters.
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Note that the index part of indexed collections (List and Map) and arrays is not indexed in the document. If you need to index the index (or key), consider using a custom bridge, as explained in section 4.1.4. Don t abuse @IndexedEmbedded. Just like for @Field, you must think about the queries your users need to perform and mark associations for indexing only if you need to. Be particularly careful about collections. Indexing time can be much longer than usual if the collection size is significant, because Hibernate Search needs to walk through each element and index the information. This becomes even worse if elements in the indexed collection themselves contain a collection marked as @IndexedEmbedded. Not only will indexing time be longer, but the index size will increase because more data is indexed. You ve now mastered indexing embedded objects and collections of embedded objects. The next section brings us to the problem of indexing associations between entities. We ll also discuss how to limit the amount of association indexing in a cascade and thus define a graph depth boundary for embedded associations. While this limitation can be applied to and is sometimes useful for collections of embedded objects, it s much more common when associations between entities are indexed.
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The game we ll develop will be constructed from custom nodes, centered on a model class for the maze and player status. The scene graph code is simple, except for the 3D node, which is highly complex. The 3D custom node demonstrates just how far we can push JavaFX s retained mode graphics, with clever positioning and management of nodes, to create a display more typical of immediate mode (the model Swing and Java 2D use).
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Notice that our code is able to use all of the properties SpeedInMilesPerHour, Direction, and so on without needing to qualify them with a variable. Whereas in Example 3-35 we had to write someBoeing777.SpeedInMilesPerHour, here we just write SpeedInMilesPerHour. Methods are meant to access and modify an object s state, and so you can refer directly to any member of the method s containing class. There s one snag with that. It can mean that for someone reading the code, it s not always instantly obvious when the code uses a local variable or argument, and when it uses some member of the class. Our properties use PascalCasing, while we re using
This is much more descriptive, and the session-87 parameter is still there so we can look up the session by database ID. We d have to convert the session name to a more URL-friendly format, but that would be trivial.
Listing 13.7 A simple property declared in a client class
Listing 26.2 A simplified product controller
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For example, the following query returns items where all bids are less than 100:
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