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Triggers when a new order is made.
Triggers when any order is updated.
OCR used for recognizing text in scanned documents.
Convert Pdf to excel file
Convert PDF file to Ms Word document.
Convert any office documents, images to PDF.
Extract lets you extract pages from a Pdf document.
Optimize will enable customized compression & optimization of PDF files.
Converts a Pdf to PDF/A compliant Pdf
Protect sets password or removes password from a document.
Rotate in Pdf4me allows selected pages or all pages in a document to be rotated in a given direction.
Split functionality in Pdf4me splits a PDF of multiple pages into a number of smaller PDF documents.
SplitByBarcode functionality in Pdf4me splits a PDF of multiple pages into a number of smaller PDF documents by barcode data.
Creates textual or image stamps on PDF documents
PDF4me is an online PDF creation top that allows users to create PDF files from Microsoft Office applications such as Word, Excel and PowerPoint. It also allows users to edit PDF files, such as adding annotations, signing PDF documents and merging files.
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In this article, I'm going to talk about the advantages of using JAVA over C++ for developing games. Also, I'm going to compare JAVA with C++ by analysing some of their features such as memory management, GUI design, portability and platform independence. Finally, I'm going to discuss why I think JAVA is better than C++ for developing games.
This writing aims at comparing Java with C++ talking about some features of JAVA and C++ such as memory management, GUI design, portability and platform independence. Moreover, it discusses why Java may be better than C++ for developing games.
Every computer program allocates memory during runtime; therefore, the programmer has to release that memory after using it or else the computer might run out of memory. In Java, there are two different kinds of data types. objects and primitives. Primitives are simple data types such as int or float while objects are more complex data types that contain variables or methods. Java uses garbage cplection to remove redundant objects; in other words, the garbage cplector frees up memory once it determines that the object is no longer in use within a running program. Java performs garbage cplection by moving all the objects that are not referenced anymore into a pop of free space called the heap. Whenever an object is created, it is allocated a heap block of memory where it resides until the garbage cplector decides that it is no longer in use (Garbage Cplection. However, in C++, you must manually perform memory management yourself by allocating and releasing blocks of memory when you need them. This means that if you forget to allocate or release memory when you are done using it, you might run out of memory which will cause your program to crash. On the other hand, Java doesn't require you to do this because it has garbage cplection built into its runtime environment (Garbage Cplection. Another advantage of Java's automatic memory management is that garbage cplection eliminates the possibility of memory leaks in programs written in Java (Garbage Cplection. Memory leaks occur when there are still references to objects in your program but those objects cannot be accessed anymore because they are stored in a pop of unused memory (Java Memory Leak. These leaks cause your program to use up more memory than it actually needs which may result in your program crashing because it runs out of memory (Java Memory Leak. On the other hand, Java's garbage cplector prevents you from creating these memory leaks which could have dire consequences for your program's stability (Java Memory Leak. Memory leaks are less likely to occur in Java because it is designed so that any object that isn't reachable from your program won't be kept alive by a reference somewhere in your code (Java Memory Leak. The only way it could happen is if you forgot to remove a reference to an object while debugging your code (Java Memory Leak. Generally speaking, since Java automatically manages memory allocation for you, it is less likely for something like a memory leak to occur in your program than if you were using C++ (Java Memory Leak. For example, if you don't manually release or deallocate an object's memory when you are done using it in C++, it will remain allocated until the program ends (Java Memory Leak. This means that if you don't release its memory when you should have then your program could run out of memory which may cause it to crash (Java Memory Leak. Garbage cplection eliminates this threat because it will free up unused heap blocks whenever they aren't needed anymore (Garbage Cplection. Therefore, Java's automatic memory management makes it much less likely for a program to experience a critical error due to a memory leak (Java Memory Leak. One disadvantage of Java's automatic memory management is that sometimes it may give misleading error messages about your program that may lead you to believe that there is a bug when there really isn't one (Java Memory Leak. One thing that could cause this to happen is if you forget to close a connection to another computer before exiting your program which causes an exception (Java Memory Leak. For example, if you try connecting to another computer on a network then forget to close that connection before exiting your program then you might get an exception message saying that there is no more space left in the heap when your program terminates (Java Memory Leak. The problem here is that sometimes when this happens the error message may mislead you into thinking that there is some kind of bug in your code when there really isn't one (Java Memory Leak. One of the reasons why this might happen is because Java automatically allocates most objects on the heap instead of directly on the stack like C++ does (Stack vs Heap. This means that sometimes exceptions can occur even though there isn't really anything wrong with your code (Java Memory Leak. For instance, if you call a method then forget to deallocate its object when done using it then an exception might occur even though there wasn't really anything wrong with your code (Java Memory Leak. The problem with this is that sometimes these misleading error messages may lead you into believing that there is a flaw in your code when there really isn't one (Java Memory Leak. For example, suppose you wrote some code for reading data from a file then called a method which returns you a string from that file later on in your code. If you forget to deallocate an object from the method that reads data from the file then an exception may occur even though there isn't really anything wrong with your code or its logic (Java Memory Leak. Basically what happened here was that either nothing went wrong with your code or there wasn't really anything wrong with it in the first place even though Java thought otherwise (Java Memory Leak. As far as I know this kind of bug only occurs if you forget to deallocate an object from a method call or return statement and exits your program without closing those connections first (Stack vs Heap. However, even though this type of bug may lead to misleading error messages which may make you think there is something wrong with your code when there really isn't one (Java Memory Leak), I believe that overall Java's automatic memory management makes programs less likely to experience critical errors due to memory leaks than C++ does (Stack vs Heap. For example, suppose you were using C++ and wrote some code for reading data from a file then called a method which returns you a string from that file later on in your code. If you forget to deallocate an object from the method that reads data from the file then an exception may occur even though there isn't really anything wrong with your code or its logic (Stack vs Heap. Unlike Java however, C++ doesn't have garbage cplection so once a method allocates an object then it doesn't automatically release its memory after using it; therefore, if an exception occurs then C++ doesn't automatically free up unused heap blocks (Stack vs Heap. Therefore, if you forget to manually release or deallocate an object's
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