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Send -Verify Character String

When sending an e-mail, send-verify page pops up. It asks you to type in the character string, but the characere string never appears, just a small box. Thank you!

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  • twnerem Oct 29, 2008

    recent problem

  • Anonymous Dec 26, 2008

    Any answers?

  • coladena Apr 02, 2009

    I cannot type a character string in the captcha to verify.. what's wrong?

  • cciniello Apr 02, 2009

    I am not able to type in the box.Does anyone know how to fix this?

  • DeeW222 Apr 12, 2009

    When I try to send an e-mail, I hit send and it pops up a screen to verify the letters/numbers. But it won't let me type in the box. It's got me crazy. Help! Thanks

  • hannat Apr 15, 2009

    it wont let my type in the characters so I can't send my mail

  • Sweet Bill Apr 23, 2009

    when I try to send email the character string asks me to duplicate what is in the box. Always the lower box already has Y8A5GB in the lower box. I can't delete or backspace it out.I was using Yahoo mail and never had this problem till 2 days ago.

  • matt Stahulak May 11, 2010

    have you typed them in before on yahoo or is this a recent problem?

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Well I contacted with administration of yahoo they told me you should speak to them It can be a virus or a hacking program which is not allowing you to send e-mails

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I had this problem. Go to java.com and download the free java script. Restart the browser window and that should fix it. At least it did for me.

Posted on Apr 23, 2009

  • WallsUVA Apr 23, 2009

    Need to update the java script on your computer. Go to java.com and download the free update. Restart your internet browser and that should do it! It did for me anyway.

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How to convert infix to postfix using stacks in java programming?


u can try the follwing coding
import java.io.*;
import java.util.*;
//begin coding for the stack interface
interface Stack<E>
{
public boolean isEmpty();//tests is current stack is empty. Returns true if so, and false if not.
public E top() throws StackException;//retrieves value at the top of the stack. Stack cannot be empty.
public void push(E value) throws StackException;//pushes a value on the top of the stack.
public void pop() throws StackException;//removes a value from the top of the stack. Stack cannot be empty.
}//terminates coding of Stack interface

//begin coding for the objArrayStack class
class objArrayStack<E> implements Stack<E>
{
//constructor
public objArrayStack()
{
topValue=-1;
}//terminates constructor
public void push(E value)throws StackException
{
if(topValue<ArraySize-1)//currrent stack is not full
{
++topValue;
Info[topValue]=value;
}//terminates if
else //current stack is full
throw new StackException("Error: Overflow");
}//terminates push method
public void pop() throws StackException
{
if(!isEmpty())//current stack is not empty
--topValue;
else //stack is empty
throw new StackException("Error: Underflow");
}//terminates pop method
public boolean isEmpty()
{
return topValue==-1;
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//declare instance variables
final int ArraySize=10;
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class StackException extends RuntimeException
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{
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}//terminates text of StackException class

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