Anagram Program in Java with Code and Example

In this post, we will write java programs to check whether two strings are anagram or not. We will discuss 5 different methods to check for anagram strings. Before moving ahead with Anagram program in java , first we need to know what does anagram mean?

What is Anagram ?

If two strings contain same set of characters but in different order then the two strings are called anagrams.

for example :

1. "now" and "own" 
2. "ton" and "not"
3. "fiber" and "brief"

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Now we know what does anagram mean. Let understand the question by writing example.

Input : "now","own"
Output : true

Input : "ton" , "not"
Output : true

4 Difference between NoClassDefFoundError and ClassNotFoundException

In this tutorial , we will understand the difference between NoClassDefFoundError  and ClassNotFoundException. This is one of the questions to increase the knowledge of java exceptions.
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We will look into the differences , similarities and examples of NoClassDefFoundError and ClassNotFoundException.


Difference between NoClassDefFoundError and ClassNotFoundException

Error vs Exception :  The major difference is in their names. You see that NoClassDefFoundError is Error and derived from LinkageError. It means that NoClassDefFoundError occurs during linking and program can’t run, but compiles successfully.
ClassNotFoundException is Exception and derived from ReflectiveOperationException
It occurs during runtime
Irrecoverable vs recoverable:  NoClassDefFoundError refers irrecoverable situation that are not being handled by try/catch/finally block. ClassNotFoundException is checked exception, which requires handling using try/catch/finally block.

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