I Have a Bed Two Tables a Beanbag a Chair a Radio (on a Table) a Tv a Bookshelf and a Dressor?

this is impossible to answer not knowing the dimensions of the room or the furniture

1. Do you have a book in your bookshelf which you've never finished reading?

Yeah I have a few

2. What are the chances of finding the God Delusion and no actual science books on an Atheist's bookshelf?

Since when is it the duty of an atheist to be a scientist?

3. Bookshelf with Sorting, Categories and File I/O

It wo not hurt anything really, but it does not look like you need ArrayList in Book. Not a coding issue, but I am pretty sure that "[a]ll" is the wrong word here. It is inconsistent with That matches the rules as a I learned them. As a general rule, unless you are using implementation specific functionality, it is better to make the variable type the interface rather than the implementation. Now you can change the implementation without having to change the variable type. I also changed the name. I find names that do not contain the type to read more naturally. This is of course a stylistic opinion, so you are free to differ. Consider making these into Set variables instead. Since you only have one entry per name, a Set would naturally enforce a restriction that you are doing manually now. So instead of You could just say You do not have to use a HashSet. Any Set will do for this purpose. You could also define genres as an enum. Then you would not have to add or remove things at all. Of course, then genres would be static and not derived from the books on the shelf. You have methods named like numBooksWithGenre. Why not give them verb names like countBooksWithGenre as that describes what it does rather than what it returns? Your code does not handle duplicate author names. If you have two authors named Joe Smith, this code will consider them the same author. Asking for a read of the data should not change the list. Rather than sorting the list in place, consider making a new copy of the list each time and sorting that. Also consider returning that list rather than a String representation of the list. Another possibility would be to use SortedSet variables for each sort. Then adding and removing books would update each sorted list and you could return a sorted list without having to manually sort the list each time. In the real world, you would store this in a database rather than writing your own sorts, file store, etc. If you were using a database, you could leave a lot of the implementation details in the database. If you do have to write your own file manipulation routines, you can use a try with resources to correctly manage your connection.

4. How to dislodge testicle from bookshelf?

Wow, what some guys do to entertain themselves. Say penis and feel edgy. You are such an epic fail :) Thank you for showing us.

5. Dollhouse bookshelf roof/Home Depot lumber cutting?

=== Home Depot will trim a 2 foot by 4 foot section of 3/16ths plywood to fit the book case to make the roof .... and if you will stop at the commercial desk and enlist the help of the comm desk mgr. you will get the best help ever .... take the dimensions and photos of the book-shelf with you and get the help you need . ... the plywood cuts are cheap and all you might need is a hammer and a screwdriver .... the front of the roof can be nailed down and the back can be attached with small screws and flat metal braces === your roof should be flat with the back of the shelf and you can let the front shade over a few inches as you like == the slant on the roof is by using a wedge on the top of the book-S and nail it to the roof ... ask the comm desk to help you select your materials == it is what they do . .. it is a great idea and including the paint it will probably run about $46.95 with paints

6. I have so many books but not alot of bookshelf space...?

Have you thought about installing a shelf along your ceiling? This works especially well in a living room, library, or den with 7-8 foot ceilings. This even works well in a formal living room if it is done tastefully! If you live in an apartment, it's also an easy fix. When the brackets are removed, simply fill the holes and paint over them. Go through your books and choose the ones that you rarely read anymore, but do not want to get rid of. Also choose some interesting vases, sculptures, or bookends that might make for a nice arrangement up there with them. They need to be large enough to see from the floor, but not too big to overpower the books. Buy a 1x10 or 1x12 board as long as you want the shelf to be, and some interesting support brackets. Plan for one bracket for every 32 inches or so. (if your wall studs are 16 inches at center) Paint or stain your board first, so you do not have to do it while it's on the wall. You will predrill and use 2 inch wood screws to screw the brackets into your wall studs to make sure you have good support, or the shelf will come crashing down when you put all the books on them. Find your tallest book and measure three inches from the ceiling lower than that to make your marks for the shelf. This is where the bottom edge of your board will go. Draw a line the length of the board on these marks. Attach your brackets to the wall so their tops meet this line. Lay the board on top of the brackets and put a couple of bricks on top of them where you will use 1 inch screws to attach each bracket to the board. The bricks will weigh down the board so you do not have to hold the board down while you are trying to push the screw up into the board. When you arrange your books, your tallest book will be a little over two inches from the ceiling (three inches minus the width of the board, which is actually less than an inch). Arrange your books in groups, and add your vases, sculptures, etc. for interest. Now your books are out of the way, but still a part of your home, and your shelf provides another place of storage for them and other pieces, which you can modify as your design tastes change.

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