We are using two text boxes where we insert email id
email id -----------
email id -----------
but we dont want to copy -pest here.
tell me the code for java line to block this options ''Ctrl+C'', andd ''Ctrl+V'' used to copy - pest purpose
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Sir, I need a project of Hospital management system. Since client needs project in very sort time
so plz send same type of project at my email id that can help me out in
database design or full code in a professional way .. Please be in touch
with me. regards Varun kumar email : firstname.lastname@example.org
That depends upon precisely what you want to do, but generally yes, it's a fairly straightforward process to convert text to XML using here is a reference site touching on the topic you requested: http://www.devsphere.com/xml/taglib/process/reference.html and according to this site in reference to their XML Java Tag Library they offer as a free download, "XJTL provides several XML parsing actions (<p:parse>,
<p:element>, <p:start>, <p:end>, <p:data> and
<o:pi>) that let you build JSP pages that process XML documents
in the most natural and easiest way possible." As my Java professor used to say, "Java is not merely a programming language, it's a way of representing the entire world." That is akin to XML, which is an acronym for eXtensible Markup Language. The extensibility itself is why I answered your question cautiously above.
No and here's why... Java is a programming language; its purpose is to be used to create programs that do useful things, but it is not equipped to do the complex analyses required to convert images to text. What you need is an OCR "image to text" conversion software application. Java is not such an application; it is a programming language meant to be used by programmers in a "platform independent context" (usually the World Wide Web). I suggest searching Google for what you need using these keyword strings: OCR image-to-text software. OCR stands for Optical Character Recognition.
Note that performing OCR on handwritten text is particularly difficult because it is so non-uniform (irregular). Here is a link that may be helpful in your quest for what is on its face at least by the way you asked, a very difficult process: http://www.softpedia.com/get/Office-tools/Other-Office-Tools/OCR-Image-to-Text-Conversion-Tool.shtml.
As one of my best programming professors (who taught me Java) used to say, "Yes, anything is possible in creating a computer program, but only if you have enough what? Skills, money and time to get the job done! Don't forget: time is money, so you know, don't bite off more than you can chew."