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    Re: Spring mvc + Bootstrap

    could not understand your question. Could you please more elaborate on this ?
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    Re: Sending Bytes to Serial Communication

    Could you tell us the exact error you are getting while executing given code.
  3. Thread: Jdbc

    by @tul
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    Jdbc

    Hi All,

    I am trying to execute stored procedure using JDBC. I am trying following code.



    // Creating stored procedure
    String createProcedure = "create or replace procedure...
  4. Thread: Java Arrays

    by @tul
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    Re: Java Arrays

    It seems that your application required faster insertation and faster random access, if so then use ArrayList instead of array.
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    Re: Text Formatting Question

    you can maintain one more pointer such as previous_maxpost which will contains a index where you got last blank space and if you did not get blank space on current_count then iterate from...
  6. Re: custom hashCode() method outputs integers DIFFERENT than the String class

    String class computes hash code as follows.



    if str is String then

    hash = 0;
    value = str.toCharArray();
    offset = 0;
    count = value.length;
  7. Re: Testing a .NET webservice and the response time with java

    First try it yourself and let us know if you stuck some where with proper code and stack trace.
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    Re: HELP/Error with JAVA Binary Search on a String?

    you have stated that "this method will perform a binary search on a String array that is sorted in ascending sequence. " but you are not passing sorted array to your method call. Your code is...
  9. Thread: Reading a file

    by @tul
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    Re: Reading a file

    It is indeed a good solustion. :)
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    Re: check the folder is null or not null in java

    What is your question ??
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    Re: SCENARIO WITH JAVA// Sorting Parallel Arrays?

    It seems that you did not try to solve it. First do it by yourself and let us know if you stuck somewhere by posting your code and error stack . Also do not look for a code, designed and developed by...
  12. Thread: Reading a file

    by @tul
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    Re: Reading a file

    you can get file from the directory by maching the file name you want to open , with possible versions of extension (.apr,.APR,.Arp) but to achieve this you should know all the possible versions of...
  13. Thread: how to solve

    by @tul
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    Re: how to solve

    your main method signature is wrong it should be as follows.

    public static void main(String argc[])
  14. Re: JAVA.. I can't display the right GROSS PAY and NET PAY solution.?

    I could not see your snapshot, so i do not have any idea about your main class. I have gone through your code and found following error. After fixing this you may get your desired result.

    A) first...
  15. Thread: Escape Character

    by @tul
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    Re: Escape Character

    You can use StringTokenizer to get all the token seprated by "\" and then iterates through the tokens and create a new path by appending "\\" at the end of each token. for example below code may help...
  16. Re: I have TROUBLE CALLING VARIABLES from a DIFFERENT CLASS

    We would really like to solve your queries if is in correct format. Please use code tag to format the code and past entire code not part of it. I would help to understand your problem correclty, so...
  17. Re: STUCK ON JAVA Inheritance CONCEPTS for the 2nd TIME.

    The error itself stating your answer :). you have declare 'float' as a return type of your super class method calc_payroll() while you are declaring void as return type of subclass version of same...
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    Re: Table cell editor not working

    Hi,
    I really would like to help you but as dlorde suggested, use code tag to format it. I have gone through your code and found that it will not compile as you made many compile time mistake such as...
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    Re: Question about enum

    Yes, you can call c/c++ function with in java by using JNI(java nativ interface). If you need more find on net about native keyword or JNI in java context.
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    Thread Synchronization ??

    I want to simulate mulitple thread problem. I have writting following code. I am expecting output "checking x != y? true" at line //output becuase mulitple thread trying to set and check the value...
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    Re: BlueJ constructor conditional statement?

    As i understood from the text. You have to use length accessor method to check the length of the fullname parameter and print the error message if it is less then 4 characters.

    If i am correct...
  22. Thread: Test thread...

    by @tul
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    Test thread...

    This is test thread :).



    public class main {

    public static void main(String r[]) {

    int i = 0;
    }
  23. Thread: Menu help

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    Re: Menu help

    I got it . Thanks dlorde for suggestions.
  24. Thread: Menu help

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    Re: Menu help

    !!! SORRY !!!!
    It is my mistake.
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    Re: JNI Development and access

    The problem is in you c code . The c function name should be same as given in the header file genrated by the javah exe for the class file which contains native function declartion.

    For your java...
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