The C standard specifically leaves right shift of signed values implementation-defined behaviour. I am learning assembly language specific to x
Leave a Comment
You will build a SAR service archive when you want to expand the capabilities of the server. You can create one for your own service monitoring ie. From my personal experience, I once created a SAR to keep track of a web service.
I mainly used the service component to keep track of the length of a list of things that the web service component created. This was one way I could poke in the jmx-console and find out some metrics about the incoming requests to the web service.
You basically create a standard MBean interface and implement that interface. You will also want to make sure you that you have a jboss-service. On the other hand WARs and EARs are for standard application packaging where you expect the container to manage and process requests for the application. You don't expect the application to be running as an anonymous service component like you do in case of a SAR packaged application.
Join Stack Overflow to learn, share knowledge, and build your career. I am learning assembly language specific to x Because there's nothing to preserve in case of a left shift. In those cases that a left shift changes the sign which you might have wanted to prevent somehow , the result without overflow would not fit in a register this is automatically so - if it did fit, then it wouldn't have overflowed to begin with.
Shifting left is not.