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    JavaPF hellllllllp
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    mmm..coffee. help me ask
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    Hi, I am new to computer programming and am currently taking Java II.
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    dear sir please me suitable title for java project
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    Hi to everyone, I am an Italian newbie in Java, I wish to signal you a great step to step tutorial for learning how to develop in Java Swing; it's also up-to-date!!! http://zetcode.com/tutorials/javaswingtutorial/
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    How would you get a GUI to play a song from your Media Player? I image that I could use AudioClip or something...but how do you use getResources() correctly so that it can work if made into a jar file used on other computers? I don't know where to save the stuff so that'll work.

    Right now, for something else that uses getResources()....getClass.getResources(file) is apparently returning null.

    I put the file under the same path name as the package but it's still null.

    If I enter the full path...the image...I'm using an image right now, but this should apply to my other question as well....it worked. But how do you find the stuff if it's gonna be put in a jar file later on and sent to other computers?
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    Hi every one i am new to this forum. And i am develope my final year B.E project. in my project i want to integrate webcam with java swing. I came to know JMF is used to integrate with webcam. But i dont know how it is possible. so please any one can help me how to use jmf with sample codes.
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    Hello everyone I'm a newbie here as well as in java programming. I hope I can ask guidance in java programming here... it's quite difficult for me. :'(.
    But I hope can enjoy too.
    It so happen that there were lots of problems that we need to program. thanks.
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    Thanks!
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Java Programming Careers. Our new website!

by JavaPF on August 31st, 2011 at 07:32 AM
We get many members here on the forums posting Java jobs or talking about Java careers.
Because of this we decided to branch out and create a dedicated Java careers site.

If you are looking for a career in Java or are looking to change from your current job, please visit Java Programming Careers - Java Developer Jobs, IT Jobs

If you need career advice, or would like to know more about being a full time Java developer, feel free to contact me or post in the forum

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New Media section added to the site

by JavaPF on March 8th, 2011 at 10:57 AM
Hey everyone,

I have just added a new 'Media' page to the site. You can access it via the Navbar or here - http://www.javaprogrammingforums.com/media.php

The Media section contains Java tutorial videos from around the internet. Members have the option to submit their own videos, post comments, rate and share etc.

If anyone has any issues or questions, please PM me or comment on this post.

Java Programming Articles

by JavaPF on March 8th, 2011 at 06:52 AM
I have recently been working on getting the Articles part of the site complete. You will see the articles button in the navbar at the top of the site. The Articles page is a collection of Java Programming Articles which have been promoted from useful threads in the Forum.

The current Articles are written by the forum moderators and cover things from Common Java Mistakes through to General CS Concepts

Articles are not strictly reserved for moderators. If a forum member

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Welcome to the new look Java Programming Forums

by JavaPF on February 24th, 2011 at 09:14 AM
If you are a regular visitor to the Java Programming Forums, you will have noticed the major update we rolled out over the weekend. The forums have had a software upgrade and a face lift with the sole purpose of bringing you a more professional, feature rich Java community.

Some of the new features include Java Articles and Java Blogs which will be explained in more depth at a later date. For now we are concentrating on working out any bugs in the forum to avoid problems or down time.

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