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    Re: 65535 bytes java limit

    So where should I put the codes? In the main method?
    If yes, how can I use it in paint method?

    I'm so sorry. I'm so new at this :(


    Thank you.
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    Re: 65535 bytes java limit

    Thank you so much for the big help sir :)

    I already got it. Hopefully I don't get the 65535 byte error thing again because I started all over again. Let's see if it occurs again :)



    By the...
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    Re: 65535 bytes java limit

    I did what you told me but there's a problem.

    I can only do that on one array(xArray) and not on yArray

    Here's my code

    public void paint(Graphics g){
    Scanner sc = null;
    int i=0;
    try
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    Re: 65535 bytes java limit

    @GregBrannon

    That's what I'm doing :)


    @Norm

    Can you give me a sample code for that please? If that's okay with you :)
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    Re: 65535 bytes java limit

    @KevinWorkman

    I don't know if I can make this clear but I will try :D

    I am drawing an image. In order to do that,
    I use


    so that means I need to declare first an array of coordinates(which...
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    65535 bytes java limit

    Good day everyone!

    First of all, I'm so new in programming, but I'm willing to learn.
    Here's my problem..

    I draw an image, a cartoon characters. I use java language. Yeah, I know how to do...
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