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  1. Re: Java Networking Without Port Forwarding

    bump because I am interested in an answer to this as well
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    Re: Noob question: Why .class?

    Actually, when I said "classes and objects are different things entirely", I meant they are different from the .class file type, not from each other. I have been misconstrued, it seems.
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    Re: Noob question: Why .class?

    Let me try to clear up some of the confusion here. First: the .class you see at the end of your files has nothing to do with the class as in classes and objects. Classes and objects are one thing,...
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    Re: Java SE 7?

    Actually, I do not recommend installing it, as Oracle released Java 7 with some major JVM bugs that can cause loops to work incorrectly or even crash the JVM.

    I recommend going with Java 6 for...
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    Re: Question

    Thanks for bearing with me and helping me out ^_^
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    Question

    I can't figure out a good place to post this, nor can I locate any FAQs, so... please bear with me. I'm very new to this forum.

    Is there a place where I can see all new replies to my posts in...
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    Re: Java projects for beginner

    Yeah, it's true that you should learn the basics before learning how to dress up with GUIs. But whenever you get the chance, learn GUI! It's not hard to get into, but it can be challenging in a fun...
  8. Re: HELP PLEASE! How to save and call back user data input.

    Well, I've always saved user input and data by having the program create a text file and then read from the text file the next time the program is run. Check out the File class in the API, as well as...
  9. Re: Inheriting Applet and paint() GUI Method Logic?

    1. Whenever you write "extends Applet", you're inheriting the Applet class's methods and stuff. It's because you've basically, with that phrase, turned your class into a subclass of Applet. A...
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    Re: Java projects for beginner

    I came up with some lists for you of little programming "assignments" that you could try. I don't know if you've learned GUI yet, though, so I've sorted these into GUI and not GUI for you.

    You...
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    Re: Java GUI help

    Looks like you need to use a GridLayout. It's the easiest layout to use if you want a grid. To display the text, you can use JLabels or JTextAreas. I recommend JLabels as they are easier and look...
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