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Sir, my problem is how we can measure the bandwidth in net and i have to do this project by using java
I assume you are building a website and or some other interactive (over the net) application. There are a variety of tools available (free) to monitor you connection on a single computer. The issue I believe you face is "will my application run efficiently"...that question has to to do with how big it is, how well constructed it is, what languages you are using (in addition to Java) if any, etc....all complicated issues....but fortunately, since I assume you will upload to a server those issues do not have to be solved by you. Unless your project is huge....(or you really do something strange in Java)...there is no reason it will not run. Finally....the real test is to upload it to the server and then access it yourself. If it comes up reasonably quick you are okay for most of the world (Win98 and up). Hope I answered or at least relieved you of some anxiety.
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