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    hello guys

    i want to generate a pdf of my data from database .. and i am using Netbeans IDE .. plzz tell me the complete steps to do the code for that and how to retrieve the data and write to the PDF...
    plzzz help
    i dnt have any idea about this ..
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    Default Re: pdf generation

    This looks like a do-it-for-me-question in a realm of help-me-when-i'm-stuck-answers.
    What have you done so far? Where are you stuck?

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    want to learn from the begining.. plzzz help

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    Sure, I(we) have no problems helping.
    However, I don't know what you know, nor do I have a clue where you are stuck.
    What have you done on your own? What is your first problem or error?
    I don't even know if you can write a "Hello world!" program... How are we supposed to provide assistance not knowing where you are in your project?

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    i have a database named students in which i stored all the details for the students like name , age , address e.t.c .. now i want to write this complete record of each student separately according to the student Id (unique) on PDF .. but i dnt know the steps to do that ...

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    If your problem is too large for you to see the solution, break it down into smaller parts. For example, you said your data is in a pdf and you want to organize the data into a new pdf with a new setup, (by a unique id). So that tells me you need to take the data in, organize it, and send it back out.
    Start off with an outline of how you think you would need to do that, and don't worry about the code for now. Get your plan organized and turn that into code later.
    Pretend you need to do only one person at first. Get the data from the source, organize that data, and output it. If you get stuck along the way, just ask questions...

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