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    A team for learning and fun

    * Do you believe your time is valuable and shouldn't be spent on doing things you don't really like?
    * Do you think that instead it should be fully used for stuff you truly love?
    * Are you an...
  2. Re: Why my POJO is not working in my doPost servlet?

    Your method in MembersBean actually has different signature...
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    Re: problem in Grid Layout Program

    You shouldn't write "java blahblahblah.java", just "java blahblahblahblah". Also, be aware of the classpath. In this case, you're not likely to be in trouble because of it, but in case of 3rd part...
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    A way to get involved into community

    Hello everyone!

    I have one non-standard for this forum question.

    Programming and Computer Science managed to become my passion, and I'd like to make career in this field. But, unfortunately, it...
  5. Thread: please me

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    Re: please me

    Every time 1st least significant digit == 6, increment 2nd least significant digit by 1 and set 1st to 0. In all other cases increment both by 1 (or the number by 11).
  6. Re: I am getting error while starting a websphere server

    It says, that not the server, but the application was unable to start. Try deploying some simple application, which would work for sure. If it works, then the server is OK and the error is in your...
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    Re: how can use timer for a loop like this?

    If you're doing all these things with some GUI, then your issue might be because of you invoke your loop in event dispatcher thread. If this is the case, make sure to invoke all the "heavy" stuff...
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    Re: Programming books that inspired you

    Head First series by O'Reilly - definitely useful books.
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    Re: HELP ME ADMIN PLEASE :(((

    I'm really sorry for the offtopic, but the topic name, "answer please :crying:" and the mood of the author "Tolerant" have made my day.
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    Re: Netbeans vs Eclipse

    What do you mean by different type of programming?
    If you're just starting, I recommend you not to use IDEs at all: use command line and simple text editors. So, you'll remember the syntactic...
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    Re: Simple Question

    Your method call syntax is incorrect. Be sure you correctly understand concepts of OOP and it's implementation in Java. I advice you to consult official Oracle tutorial in order to learn the language...
  12. Re: Servlets and Session tracking cookie's name

    If you know that JSESSIONID is the cookie name, then you know, that server works under servlet technology. Hence, if someone wants to hack the site, he will search for Java vulnerabilities. In...
  13. Thread: Help minigame

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    Re: Help minigame

    If it tells you so, then somewhere you specified it in your code (though I can't see where, maybe in other module). Then I suggest you to look at that place and to analyse all the conditions under...
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    Re: I'm new to the Java World !

    Welcome. It's not J2SE 6, it's Java SE 6.
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    Re: Printing the following Matrix

    Use a printer.
  16. Re: Recurssion programming to retrieve inner values of objects

    Seems like a pretty complicated data structure... What problem are you facing? Maybe it's possible to simplify data structure?
    Also, Method class is a part of java core classes, so it's a bad...
  17. Servlets and Session tracking cookie's name

    In the book "Head first JSP & Servlets", on page 275, they say:

    Isn't it a flow from the point of view of security? Wouldn't it be better not to expose the information about the internal system of...
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    Re: How to read file into n-bit array

    Is it so difficult, for example, to create a separate class to deal with that data type?
  19. Re: What is wrong with function return values

    If they are received in temp1 and temp2, then why do you write addobj1.temp1 and addobj2.temp2? "A.b" syntax means "field b in object (class) A".
  20. Re: Reading the content of a file into 2 different structures

    You're welcome.
  21. Re: Reading the content of a file into 2 different structures

    If you need just to create a new array from a list, then you can use List.toArray(). If you need to merge an existing array with the list's contents, you can create a new list and dump everything...
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    Re: Hi, guys, nice to meet you all~

    Hello and welcome to the forum!
  23. Re: What is wrong with function return values

    Explain, please, what addobj1.tem1 and addobj2.temp2 are supposed to evaluate to in your opinion.
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    Re: Help with I/O program

    Please, post a simple example that would abstract your problem from your project. There is really no need to give us your GUI code when you know that the problem is in I/O. And define the problem...
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    Re: How to read file into n-bit array

    There's not 'bit' datatype in Java. Hence, if you really want to use bits, you'll have to use bytes or booleans or chars or String or something (though booleans' size is 1 byte (or even bigger, I've...
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