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Thread: what code was that ?

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    Question what code was that ?

    i saw a code snipping a while back that allowed a client to call a method from the server its connected to .
    since i cant seem to find it again i was wondering if any 1 knew what it was and how to use it ?
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    Default Re: what code was that ?

    Something like this perhaps?

    http://www.javaprogrammingforums.com...-tutorial.html

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    Default Re: what code was that ?

    *checks * omg yes , ty * gets back to work on the 3d mmo maker*
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    Default Re: what code was that ?

    No worries.

    What kind of 3D are you using or what API are you using rather?

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    Default Re: what code was that ?

    ok , i read through the tut but i still dont get it , could some 1 explain it better plz?
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    Default Re: what code was that ?

    How about you have a look over here instead then.

    Trail: RMI (The Java™ Tutorials)

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    Default Re: what code was that ?

    the only 3d api i know of is the j3d , i haven't started working on that part yet , right now just getting the client - server and maybe database setup working * checks out the tut*
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    Default Re: what code was that ?

    I'm more of an OpenGL man myself really

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    Default Re: what code was that ?

    i started as wanting to change around the new version of eclipse evolution ( not the eclipse ide ) that is still in the works but is being build with java . but after i saw it supposed 3d i decided to make my own instead , but still in java .
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