Dichotomy And Equivocation Theme Notes
"Hear it not, Duncan; for it is a knell / That summons thee to heaven or hell" (II i64); "God's benison go with you, and with those/ That would make good of bad, and friends of foes" (II iv 41-42).
The Natural/Supernatural Theme Notes
Even the events leading to the conclusion of the play can be understood as a negotiation of the natural and supernatural.
Ghosts And Visions Theme Notes
The three apparitions that the witches summon, for example, are usually taken to be "real" - even if only as supernatural occurrences. But the matter is less clear when it comes to Banquo' ghost.
Guilt And Remorse  Theme Notes
At first physical remainders of a regrettable crime, the royal blood leaves permanent marks on the psyche of the couple, forever staining them with guilt and remorse.
Prophecy Theme Notes
The prophecy fans the flames of ambition within Macbeth and Lady Macbeth, serving as the primary impetus for the couple to plot the death of Duncan--and subsequently Banquo.
Love Theme Notes
When they do fall in love, they are ready for any sacrifice. Benedick deserts his best friends to protect the honour of Beatrice's cousin, for instance. However, even when they are ready to marry, they still poke fun at romance, and each other.
Double Dimension Array In Java Notes
A 2-D array or double dimension array is a continuous location in memory where elements of the same type (datatype) are stored. A 2-D array consists of rows and columns where an element is stored at the cross-section of row and column known as a location.
Immutable Strings In Java Notes
Strings are constant; their values cannot be changed after they are created. Because String objects are immutable they can be shared. String buffers support mutable strings.
While Loop In Java Notes
The while loop in Java runs as long as the given condition is true. while loop is an entry-controlled loop. That means decision whether the loop will run or not is taken at the beginning of the loop.
For Loop In Java Notes
The for loop in Java runs for a fixed number of times. In other words, loop which executes a set of statements a fixed number of times is known as a for loop.