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Eclipse, natch.
Maybe Eclipse plugins too.

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Facebook chess game GUI won't complete load.


this is might required java upgrade...
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If the visual basic have its toolbox, what about the Java?


there is no toolbox for sun java programming for it is not a gui language.
if u want java with toolbox,"visual java" is availale on the net, which is pretty much similar to visual basic,the only difference being the language used in the former is "java" and that which used in the latter is "basic".

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I am doing research on PC vs Mac for unix programming. What are the differences? Which Platform would be preferred?


That was a rather open question.

As long as the language is standards-based, you should have no problem using the language on any platform where it's certified.

That said, anything related to utilising specific operating-system related features such as GUI are much different, except in Java. Since Java is the same output regardless of platform (but version-specific), you can run it on any platform with the correct version (usually the same or newer) Java Virtual Machine. As mentioned, Java programming is the same on almost any platform. Traditionally, Macs lagged way behind Windows as far as Java releases are concerned, but the lag a lot less now (a few months, sometimes less). Macs also are much more Java-friendly.

Non-Java GUI programming is, as mentioned, much different. Honestly, enough tools exist on both platforms to make GUI programming similar in experience, though much different in actual code.

C, C++ both program the same on either platform (again, GUI code will be platform-specific).

A giant plus to Mac programming is that you have access to all the UNIX-type stuff in a way which is a part of the OS, as opposed to on a PC, where it all needs to be added on. I love the Terminal app on OS X - nothing like it on PCs.

Finally, if you're backed by someone with money, the tools on PCs are a bit better than what OS X has to offer, but not substantially.

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Hey plz help me java better ya .net ya oracle??


10 Reasons Why dotNET Is Better Than Java

This post is prompted by a post by SANDIP when he said something like "Java Is Dead" and some people were like attacking him for expressing his view.

I've been a fan of the Java technology for quite some time now. I remember literally copying a Java book when I didn't have the money to buy it.

But one thing I discovered with technology is that it's not always about love but it's more about power.
The bitter truth is when I compare java technology with CLI (popularly known as .NET), I see that Java is less powerfull in many areas.

I'll be using the words CLI and .NET interchangeably refferring to any implementation of the CLI (.NET, Mono or dotGnu)
This are some of my points.

1- In .NET you have a choice of languages to code with (C#,VB.NET, Java,Boo,Python e.t.c), producing the same type of compiled code but in Java one is limited to the java language. One may argue that jython is an alternative, but even the creator of jython who later created it's .NET version called IronPython admitted that .NET is a more powerful technology.

2, NET prgrams run at native speed while java is interpreted which makes java slower.Although java has Just In Time compilation but it stills run slower. With .NET you are not limited to JIT but have the option AOT or ahead of time compilation if you want to eliminate startup delays.

3. Calling native code in java is not a very clean process. You need to generate some stub files which makes the whole process cumbersome and dirty. In .NET you just declare that you are calling a native function from a specified library and just start calling it.

4. .NET languages are richer than Java. They have object oriented feature that are absent in java e.g properties,delegates,generics.

5. Java GUI programs look alien on the host operating system. Even if you use the OS's theme you still notice that the java widgets look out of place.

6. .NET in the form of Mono has brought a whole revolution on the linux desktop in form of great applications like beagle, tomboy, diva, iFolder, banshee e.t.c. This is something that java has failed to do despite the fact that it's been there long
before .NET

7. Many programs that would have been difficult to develop with java have been developed with .NET things like compilers (Mono's C# and VB.NET) 3D game engines (unity game engine) e.t.c

8. The CLI is an open standard maintained by an independent standards organization (E.C.M.A) while java is still governed by SUN microsystems.Even though java has recently been open-sourced, it's future will still be highly influenced by SUN.

9. You can code on the .NET platform using Java but you cannot code on Java platform using any of the .NET languages.

10. Using Mono's IKVM to call java code from .NET or convert java classes to .NET assemblies. This is so efficient that large java programs like the eclipse I.D.E have been runned on .NET.

This is not an exhaustive list but I believe 10 points are enough to send the message.

One more thing, feel free to criticize my views or even flame me.

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F700v java activation code?


you cannot do that use the java download option beawre you may need to pay for the games

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Installing java games to a SAMSUNG E250


You can only download the JAVA Games from the WAPsites using GPRS.Samsung E250 do not have a facility to run games when transferred from data cable

May 22, 2009 | Samsung SGH-E900 Cellular Phone

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What is swing components?


Swing is java library that provides basic GUI controls [also called widgets like buttons, checkboxes, labels, menus, etc.. You can use it to create a interactive application with nice interface.

More info here http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Swing_(Java)

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How to install java application and games on J600


For installing games stored on youre phone ( .Jad ) try the java midlet install menu: code *#9998*5282# -> install MIDlet password: 235282

Then you can select a .Jad file (.Jar must be included) stored on youre phone Memory (Stored on MicroSD probable too, but i don`t have one yet)

after install apps/Games, they are in the: application -> Java world -> "My Games" folder (menu-3-4-My Games)


I have the E900XXFF2 Firmware, the password works fine on it. I think on other versions too, because the password was meant for Samsung D807.

enjoy the pass, if it works on youre firmware, but i think it will work :)

*#3243948# Digital Audio Interference Off

*#32436837# Digital Audio Interference On

*#1111# Software Version

*#2222# Hardware Version

*#1234# Firmware Version

*#92782# WAP User Agent

*#927827# WAP WAProfile

*#0228#/*#9998*228# Battery profile

* # 0842 # Vib test
* # 0746 # SSMS MEMORY
* # 0638 # SIM SIM network ID
* # 0778 # SST Sim service Table
* # 0289 # Buz test
* # 0782 # RTC (RealTimeClock) (# = Refresh)

* # 9998*228 # Battery Profile
* # 9998*842 # Vib test
* # 9998*746 # SSMS MEMORY
* # 9998*638 # SIM SIM network ID
* # 9998*778 # SST Sim service Table
* # 9998*289 # Buz test
* # 9998*782 # RTC (RealTimeClock) (# = Refresh)
* # 9998*968 # YAMAHA OF OK ONE
* # 9998*76 # Product NUMBER
* # 9998*377 # error memory
* # 9998*5646 # GPRS Logo

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Code, whose effect and/or function I exactly do not point

* # 9324 # monitor? (with the red key velassen)
* # 32436837 # DAI ON?
* # 22766 # Automatically Recive call?
* # 227633 # manual Recive call?

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!!! RESET code!!!
!!! these codes use only if you know which it does!!!
!!! Thus data in the Handy are deleted!!!

* 2767*3855 # FULL RESET
* 2767*2878 # CUST RESET
* 2767*927 # WAP RESET
* 2767*667 # MMS RESET
* 2767*36245 # email RESET

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