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Do you know these features of Java Decompiler ?

Other than the basic “search for a word” and “go to line number”, following are some of the features of the latest Java Decompiler: 1. You can open multiple Jar files in tab. You can open multiple class files in tab. If one class has a reference to another class in the same jar, you can go to that class file by just clicking :  2. You can view the Type Hierarchy of a class file by selecting : Navigate –>  Open Type Hierarchy ( F4 ) :  3. You can view the outline of the class ( methods and variables ) by selecting : Navigate –> Quick Outline ( Ctrl + Shift + O ) or you can click on the middle button of your mouse to open the quick outline :  4. It is possible to save a single class file as the Java source file and also to save all the class files in a jar as a zipped source file :  5.  Copy and paste a stacktrace from a file into the Decompiler and the stacktrace became active in a clipboard window, provided the class files already opened in the Decompil

Advance Tax/Self Assesment Tax and Interest u/s 234B and 234C

Read more about Tax filing @  . If you are a salaried person there is tax deduction at source (TDS), which takes care of the tax payments for your salary. At the same time, there will be additional liabilities for income like interest on deposits, bonds and even capital gains which might require you to pay Advance Tax. Advance tax has to be paid in several installments in September, December and March. Self-assessment tax is the difference between the tax paid and the tax payable.You can figure out the self-assessment tax amount when you make the final income tax calculation. There is no specific date for paying this tax but it has to be done before you file your income tax return so that no further amount of tax remains to be paid. While computing advance tax, income-tax on the current income has to be first determined and the tax on such income has to be determined. As per section 208, advance tax s

Java History and main changes over Java versions

Java SE 7 Codename Dolphin. Releasing on July 28, 2011. Better integral literals allowing for underscores as digit separators. Strings in switch Statements. Improved Type Inference for Generic Instance Creation. Improved Compiler Warnings and Errors When Using Non-Reifiable Formal Parameters with Varargs Methods. Catching Multiple Exception Types and Rethrowing Exceptions with Improved Type Checking . JVM support for dynamic languages, following the prototyping work currently done on the Multi Language Virtual Machine Compressed 64-bit pointers. Available in Java 6 with -XX:+UseCompressedOops. Concurrency and collections updates: a lightweight fork/join framework, flexible and reusable synchronization barriers, transfer queues, concurrent linked double-ended queues, and thread-local pseudo-random number generators. New file I/O library to enhance platform independence and add support for metadata and symbolic links. The new packages are java.nio.file and java.nio.file.attr

Income Tax process and e-filing Below I am listing the step-by-step activities of the Tax Process that a working professional need to do in a given Financial Year. Here FY refers to Financial Year  and  AY refers to Assesment Year. Each month we will pay the Tax (From APRIL 20xx to MARCH 20xx+1) through our Employer for the FY 20xx – 20xx+1. In the month April 20xx, we will give the investment details to the employer (in our employer specified portal) for the FY 20xx – 20xx+1. In the month January 20xx+1, we will give the investment proof details , Rent receipts… to the Employer Finance Department for the FY 20xx – 20xx+1. In the month MAY/JUNE 20xx+1, employer gives the Form 16 for the FY 20xx – 20xx+1 to us (The proof given by the employer to the employee for the tax paid by the employee). In the month July 20xx+1 (on or before July 31st of every year), we will fill the ITR forms (earlier it was NayaSaral form) and