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Coding and synopsis for computerised telephone directory in java.

I want to know the whole things required for making a project on computerised telephone directory.

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    coding in java for telephone directory



  • pcrp May 11, 2010

    Good luck, Nokia have been trying to solve problems with their PC Suite in regard to the contact list/phone book.

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    What do you mean by "computerised telephone directory"?

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Hi,
knowing any application programming language will be enough
like
C/C++/VB/Java
for pragramming a computerised telephone directory on pc ie, offline

but if you want to do it on the web you need to know web scripting languages like
php/perl/python and some database to store the values like mysql

Further Queries are welcome
If you think my solution was helpfull please do rate me

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