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    Default Hello everyone...

    I am a computer repair technician with some minimal background in c and c++ and fairly new to Java... I have spent the last year learning Java via forums, tutorials, even youtube with a goal of developing an AI that will pass the Turing test. I'm pretty good at linked lists, data structures and binary trees and currently studing neural nets in Java, but I suck at GUI and Swing... Any help is appreciated... Thanks,
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    Default Re: Hello everyone...

    Hello, rchrispink3913! Welcome to the forums! You'll find a lot of help here. Whenever I post a question, I usually get a response within a quarter of a day!

    Good luck with your programming!
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    Default Re: Hello everyone...

    please ignore... I'm just trying a sample post with imbedded code...

     
    package ki.zoe.library;
     
    import java.io.FileInputStream;
    import java.io.FileOutputStream;
    import java.io.IOException;
    import java.io.ObjectInputStream;
    import java.io.ObjectOutputStream;
     
    /////////////////////////////////////////////////////
    // Loader Class provides input and output serial-  //
    // ization ad flattening of Access lists           //
    //                                                 //
    /////////////////////////////////////////////////////
     
    class Loader {
     
    	Access access = new Access();
     
    	// Saves the Virutal Data Structure as a binary object to
    	// the specified file name.
    	protected void saveVDS(Access vds, String filename) {
    		access = vds;
    		FileOutputStream fos = null;
    		ObjectOutputStream out = null;
    		try {
    			fos = new FileOutputStream(filename);
    			out = new ObjectOutputStream(fos);
    			out.writeObject(access);
    			out.close();
    		} catch (IOException ex) {
    			ex.printStackTrace();
    		}
    	}
     
    	// Restores the Virtual Data Structure from the filename and
    	// returns it to an Access object.  If no file exists, then a 
    	// new blank VDS is created and then returned to the Access
    	// object.
    	protected Access restoreVDS(String filename) {
    		Access vds = new Access();
    		FileInputStream fis = null;
    		ObjectInputStream in = null;	
    		try {
    			fis = new FileInputStream(filename);
    			in = new ObjectInputStream(fis);
    			vds = (Access) in.readObject();
    			in.close();
    		} catch(IOException ex) {
    			saveVDS(vds,filename);
    		} catch(ClassNotFoundException es){
    			es.printStackTrace();
    		}
    		return vds;
    	}
    }