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    Re: Hash Functions

    Hello i just stumbled upon this thread and i think that my library can help you. You can find its thread at http://www.javaprogrammingforums.com/java-code-snippets-tutorials/16405-grandcentral.html...
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    Re: GrandCentral

    Hello everyone. I have just released v1.1 which includes Sherlock an extremely powerful and easy to use class that helps you index directories and search for files. Check it out at...
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    Re: GrandCentral

    Any one who decides to contribute and help out will receive unlimited web storage at http:sylentec.com/yourcustomdirectory or yoursubdomain.sylentec.com with FTP/WebDav access and an email...
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    Re: How can I have a jar file on my gui?

    Ok Java is bundled with a utility called AppletViewer


    import java.applet.*;
    import java.awt.*;
    public class Myapplet extends Applet{
    String str;
    public void init(){
    str = "This is my...
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    Re: How can I have a jar file on my gui?

    Yes i know im still researching
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    Re: How can I have a jar file on my gui?

    Im not sure if you can do this in Java, Im going to do some research on this, just out of curiosity why would you want to do this?
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    Re: How can I have a jar file on my gui?

    Yes i understand that but are you trying to load another gui inside a gui or are you trying to load the output/console of the jar inside a gui?
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    Re: How can I have a jar file on my gui?

    Ok so the one you want to load has a graphical interface or it just outputs to the console?
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    Re: How can I have a jar file on my gui?

    package yourpackage;

    import java.io.IOException;
    import java.io.InputStream;
    import java.util.logging.Level;
    import java.util.logging.Logger;

    public class YourClass {

    public static...
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    Re: How can I have a jar file on my gui?

    If i understand correctly, you want to run an app inside your app?
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    GrandCentral

    Hey everyone. I am announcing a new Java class library called GrandCentral. I created GrandCentral to help developers make their applications very secure. Currently there are only two classes inside...
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