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  1. Re: need help getting webcam input to a JFrame

    SOLVED... For some reason the 64-bit version of the JDK was not working with JMF, after reinstalling the x86 version it started working...

    Thanks,
    RC
  2. need help getting webcam input to a JFrame

    Hi, I've been looking for a way to get my laptop webcam to stream to a jframe on its own thread and have had no luck... I have googled it many times with lots of results, but I have not been able to...
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    Re: Hello everyone...

    please ignore... I'm just trying a sample post with imbedded code...




    package ki.zoe.library;

    import java.io.FileInputStream;
    import java.io.FileOutputStream;
    import java.io.IOException;
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    Re: whats with the scanner?????

    Are you using an integer so that you can use the if (a==b), if you are you set all three shapes to 0 so that all your if statements will check for 0 == shape... second, if you want to compare...
  5. Re: JTextField returns a string, but I want an int

    The java.lang.Integer class has a lot of built in tools you can use... The eclipse IDE will list many by typing Integer. and scroll through the list...
  6. Re: Counting basic operations in this Selection Sort

    Hi, a possible issue with that could be that you are using an integer data type for a very large number...
  7. Re: Counting Matches in Parallel Arrays

    Something like this?

    public static void main(String[] args) {
    int[] arrayone = new int[10];
    int[] arraytwo = new int[10];
    int matches=0;
    matches = count(arrayone,arraytwo);...
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    Re: Declaring static character array

    You may need to initialize the numberOfRows and numberofColumns variables first and give them values or else you will get an ArrayIndexOutOfBounds error when you try to access them...


    static...
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    Re: What's Wrong With My Code?

    Hey, This might help... your if statments are the problem. You seem to be checking for a false isUpperCase when what you want is a true.


    if (Character.isUpperCase(ch)) {
    legal =...
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    Hello everyone...

    I am a computer repair technician with some minimal background in c and c++ and fairly new to Java... I have spent the last year learning Java via forums, tutorials, even youtube with a goal of...
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