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    Hello to all Java programmers !

    What price would be fair to create a program
    in Java that counts RFID tags ?

    The first count will be taken and and then after a certain time, another count will
    be taken. The RFID tag numbers will be assigned a word for a name/title by
    the user of the program. This is no different than inventory systems for
    large companies. ( Walmart has this in place now.)

    If a RFID tag/tags is missing, it will be revealed with another scan of the RFID

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    I don't even know what RFID tags are. (In response to your message you sent me)

    I can tell you how to ge the name from the user of the program.

    Not sure if you're using command prompt or GUI.

    If GUI


    String name = JOptionPane.showInputDialog(null, "Enter a name");
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    Thank you for your answer !

    An RFID tag is a static or dynamic electronic circuit about the sze of a grain of rice. It can store a bit
    of information, definitely enough to provide a good amount of identification to an object. Some people
    hate them, and some like them ( Walmart ).

    Me, I want to track things with them, using Java. This is just starting to be made. This post was
    one of the first steps.

    Again, thanks for your help.
    Last edited by pioneer; February 17th, 2011 at 12:40. Reason: add sentences 5 & 6

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    me too involved in same work: tracking assets using RFID, if you have got any information regarding this please do reply for this thread.

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