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    Re: array element declaring problem

    Perhaps the 'num' in the nested class is being confused with 'num' in mHandler. 'num' in your nested class (class A) is not defined. Try changing it to int num = 4;
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    Re: Hi there!

    Nice! Dubstep is very big around where I'm from. I've heard from many that it's quite difficult to produce. I'd very much love to know how they create that characteristic mechanical bass drone. If...
  3. [SOLVED] Re: Is there any way I can access heap memory faster?

    Very good advice dlorde, thanks!
  4. Re: How to add into Jtable more than 100000 records

    Try increasing your heap size. Use the -xmx option. If you're using Eclipse, add '-Xmx1g' into eclipse.ini.
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    Re: Hi there!

    My professional career is actually production. I'm a pop/urban music producer.

    For me, SynthMaker is a must as the synths I create are attempts at modelling physical acoustic instruments, such as...
  6. [SOLVED] Re: Is there any way I can access heap memory faster?

    Thank you very much for your attentive replies.



    I assumed 3 times because there are 3 times as many instructions within the loop. If you look closely, each field is different (x, y and z) in...
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    Re: Hi there!

    Thanks!

    I am also a producer, but I use FL Studio. For a while now I've made my own plugins using SynthMaker, a VST development kit which uses graphical modules instead of traditional programming...
  8. [SOLVED] Re: Is there any way I can access heap memory faster?

    You're right.

    My first micro benchmark used higher iteration values, which I can't recall specifically. However, the time difference was significant, something like 0.004 seconds for the float...
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    Re: Sequential Files!!!???

    I believe the instructions mean to store each value from your array into a file one after the other. So if your array is 1,2,3,4, then your file would appear as such if you opened it in Notepad:
  10. [SOLVED] Is there any way I can access heap memory faster?

    Hi there. I've written some code that frequently accesses a dynamically created object during a loop structure. My problem is that I've noticed that accessing fields within
    my object is...
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    Hi there!

    Hello members. I would describe myself as moderately capable with Java, but I've still yet to make anything impressive. I'm also familiar with AS3 and C++.
    My interests are audio application (VSTs,...
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