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    Re: Array code not producing, thoughts?

    You can add "=Java" to the first code tag to highlight the Java elements.

    Can you post the output of the program?
  2. Re: I still have errors. Can you PLEASE correct my code?!

    Yes, this was stated as the first response.

    @OP:
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    Re: 8 bit binary to ascii

    Integer.parseInt(string, radix);
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    Re: array to store multiple names and data

    You can move the increment expression out of the for loop, and move it to wherever you want.


    for (int i = 0; i < j; /*empty*/) {
    // ...
    i++;
    }
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    Re: Applet ClassFormatError and magic values

    Are you sure that the class files are correct? The magic value should be CA FE BA BE, but yours is 46 69 6C 65, which translates into the ASCII "File", which leads me to believe something has gone...
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    Re: Guess Number (Frame & btnHandler)!!!! HELP

    The problem seems to be that you're adding your ButtonHandler to a JTextField.
  7. Thread: Learning Java

    by Zymus
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    Re: Learning Java

    In order to make the code easier to read, place it inside code tags (the # sign wraps the selected text in code tags).

    Can you give an example of what the expected results should be?
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    Re: I have an error and need help.

    You can use code tags to make your code easier to read for the rest of us.

    The error means that there's no "public static void main(String[] args)" anywhere in the class. All applications must...
  9. Thread: USB signal

    by Zymus
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    Re: USB signal

    I would consider this more of a native level job, which may be handled via the JNI. However, depending on the operating system that you're using, all you may need to do is create a FileOutputStream....
  10. Re: java.net.connectexception connection refused connect

    Judging from the code that was posted, and not knowing any of the other code, I would have to say that there's no service running on port 11020.
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    Re: anyone into poker?

    Everything you're asking for could be done on one thread. However, there are something things you should do before that. One thing I would consider doing is having a Table class that has a fixed...
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    Ways of Transferring Data

    Let me start of with an introduction. My name is Zyle. I have been programming with Java since late 2006. It would be safe to say that I've programmed more than 4 hours a day since then. I am...
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