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    Re: IM Program Client Side Problems

    Ah, perfect! That's exactly what I needed to know, many thanks! I will try to implement that solution in just a bit here.

    Norm, sorry I didn't include the Main class, this is all that's in it (for...
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    IM Program Client Side Problems

    Hello! I have attempted to write a very basic IM program that requires a server and a client program. The problem I have run in to is that the client CAN connect to the server, but until the session...
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    Re: Java programming help - Coins in a Jar

    I agree with copeg, but if you really have no idea where to start, break it down even further. You're trying to figure out the value in dollars and cents of the coins in the jar, right? Start simple,...
  4. [SOLVED] Re: Is there a "best" way to read/write files in Java?

    Perfect, that's exactly what I wanted to know... PrintWriter.checkError() is a good tip, though I'll probably be sticking with just using a BufferedWriter every time so I can get into good habits....
  5. [SOLVED] Is there a "best" way to read/write files in Java?

    I have seen different methods of creating and reading files (specifically text files) in Java. The PrintWriter method or the Formatter with a Scanner to read the file, using a BufferedWriter with a...
  6. Re: Help needed with reversing numbers entered (in Java).

    ^This would be a true reversal of the array
  7. Re: Help needed with reversing numbers entered (in Java).

    Hey Knowledge, it looks like the problem you're having is that your final System.out.println is printing out the variable "i" rather than the value of revNumbers[i]. You will also want to change your...
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