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Have You Heard? Google's birthday is incorrect!

Google is celebrating 19th birthday today - we here at Digizol wish a happy and a great year ahead. Google has gifted us a Doodle with 19 surprises - a set of games and animations.

Google has not been celebrating all it's birthdays on the same day. Today, the September 27th is the mostly used date for birthday celebrations in the past. However 5th, 6th and 7th birthdays were celebrated in non-27th days as shown in the image below.



"They incorporated Google as a privately held company on September 4, 1998. An initial public offering (IPO) took place on August 19, 2004" As per wikipedia, Google was actually born on 4th September 1998.

Anyway, let's wish Google a very good year ahead.
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In this tutorial, you will learn to include graphs into a simple Java web application. Image below shows the graph generated at the end of the tutorial. Complete project is already moved to github for your references.

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[Eclipse] How to use local DTDs to validate XMLs

By default Eclipse does not support local DTD files. Because of this, many developers loose a privilege of Eclipse; content assistance for parameter/attribute is missing while working with DTD based XML files. However if you are connected to Internet, you will not face this issue.

Here is a tip to show you how to point your Eclipse instance to local DTD files.
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