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  1. JTable keybings, defaults, VK_LEFT & VK_RIGHT

    I've been searching the web.. and i found the building blocks for manipulating the keybindings for JTable, the input maps, action maps
    i manage to disable the TAB key binding for JTable(below the...
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    Re: where is my JavaDB/Derby?

    hi and hello deepaksinghkushwah, Im not sure if this is just a recent reply to this old post of mine, yes i manage to solve it, dont use/install the JDK bundled with netbeans, instead use the...
  3. Creating a Custom Look(Skin): Synth/XML/SynthPainter

    I just started customizing skins with Synth L&F, I started with customizing JScrollBar's looks, I manage to get what i want by hard-coding the scrollBar painter of SynthPainter. Then I becamse...
  4. Re: Converting String to Int with value validation

    there is an Integer class called in java a wrapper class that converts a valid numerical String into a process-able integer number

    Integer (Java 2 Platform SE v1.4.2)

    you dont need to worry...
  5. [SOLVED] Re: Helpppp meeeee, I am stuckkkk and probably going to get violent any minute!!!!

    hello, I just bumped to your thread, and did a fast read... I dont know if i could give a help and I'm not sure if this would be a good suggestion. but you could check with converting...
  6. Thread: stacks

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    Re: stacks

    let me correct my statement, sorry, i wasnt reading it carefully..

    For you to print it in "INPUT" sequence which is for number 3.) you have to see the bottom most, then you need another stack
    For...
  7. Thread: stacks

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    Re: stacks

    for number 3.) it would be easy for you, yes, just pop everything you pushed on the stack so you can print it in sequence
    for number 2.) i never tried it but i think you need another stack, or you...
  8. Thread: stacks

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    Re: stacks

    you are actually pushing it inside the stack, if you know the data structure of stacks(last in, first out), there are 2 major ways to handle data inside of it, the "push" and "pop", you can read its...
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    Sticky: Re: 500 Ways to Print 1 to 10

    Java to Brainf***k (Credits to helloworld and JavaPF for showing me the path to hell) :D
    i dont know if this is a valid entry

    101: Java to Brainf***k (Generates simple BF codes) run the generated...
  10. [SOLVED] O(log n): a simple question for Logarithm in Data structures & Algo

    regardless of my knowledge at the moment, but somehow I pretty much getting the ideas of O nations, when you see an O(log n), or Similar

    does it Always imply that the logarithm being used is...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Creating a Deadlock

    ahh sorry. i thought you mean by

    that output, you made it deadlock.. anyway thank you again for the helps
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    [SOLVED] Re: Creating a Deadlock

    - thank you for this.. i manage to make a newer version producing a deadlock(so it is still possible with multiple references), but im still puzzled why norm manage to make a deadlock using those...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Creating a Deadlock

    oh yes i forgot this part, i put myself in my own deadlock, i forgot im using an enclosing instance..




    "thread schedulers"? if its the reason then... just like what the book says, and...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Creating a Deadlock

    ok ok wait.. i should be missing something here, maybe the book really stripped everything down from "basic" to "building-blocks thing"

    1.) based on my code, I only have 1 foo instance, how come...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Creating a Deadlock

    I dont exactly understand what you mean by this.. all i understand for now(from what i assume) is one of them should be locked and the other one is not

    but like what you have said, i added another...
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    [SOLVED] Creating a Deadlock

    i just finished a chapter in a book about the basics of Thread(threading).. and i want to focus myself on the deadlock issue so i can finish the chapter clearly,(im not yet into going to "heavy...
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    Re: where is my JavaDB/Derby?

    and i got this error when i tried to run some code snippets from the web


    java.lang.ClassNotFoundException: org.apache.derby.jdbc.EmbeddedDriver
    at...
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    where is my JavaDB/Derby?

    this has been a talk around since(they say) the company co-bundled JavaDB in latest releases of java platform..
    i did everything step-by-step according to the procedures stated on my IDE's(netbeans)...
  19. Re: VisualVM: Monitoring the Images instances being loaded that causes Java Heap Spac

    thank you for pointing me at the right direction again, thats what i was thinking, adjusting the heap size, but i decided to ask first, and by the way, is it because every image is loaded...
  20. VisualVM: Monitoring the Images instances being loaded that causes Java Heap Space

    same part of the program i was creating, i have tons of images that is being loaded in the game, JPEGs and PNGs, each of them has a dimension of 1000x500,

    this is the class that loads the images,...
  21. [SOLVED] Re: Nimbus PLAF: and a double call to repaint() inside a runnable interface

    thank you again so much
  22. [SOLVED] Re: Nimbus PLAF: and a double call to repaint() inside a runnable interface

    oh by the way, what do you mean by ?
  23. [SOLVED] Re: Nimbus PLAF: and a double call to repaint() inside a runnable interface

    something might be happening differently in the swing thread when a look-and-feel is installed. everything works fine if i just remove the plaf.
  24. [SOLVED] Re: Nimbus PLAF: and a double call to repaint() inside a runnable interface

    thats it! thats also what i thought, im not just quite sure enough without having the same assesment, but.. how about the nimbus plaf? even if i dont move that setEnabled() else where, when i remove...
  25. [SOLVED] Re: Nimbus PLAF: and a double call to repaint() inside a runnable interface

    the tail starts to the size of the list which is 3(4 - 1), and it decrements as the panel repaints(), tail--;


    actually no, it only happens when it is negative 1, which i didnt expect will...
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