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  1. Re: Writing a method that returns words without four letters back to main method!

    Hello. you are almost done. The only thing you have to do is check for the logic and print the array.
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    Re: Basic Java help in Eclipse

    Hello, it means that the package that you have mentioned in your code is not the exact location where your java program resides. Kindly check both and correct the declaration in your program code.
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    Re: Implementing Methods

    @Greg and Ada - Thanks for sharing me the link and the problems with spoon-feeding. Apologies from my end for sharing the entire code as I thought doswald had initially given a try with few coding...
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    Re: Implementing Methods

    Hi, kindly find whether the below code snippet helps you and is that what you are looking for.



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    Re: error in type2driver

    Okay.. You have something called as environment variables in your computer.. Classpath is one of the many environment variables. All you need to do is to edit the classpath environment variable in...
  6. Re: I need some help with this programming problem

    Hi, kindly try the below coding...


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  7. Thread: JSF Framework

    by BharathA
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    Re: JSF Framework

    Hi, for JSF you have lot of online tutorials which you can use. But if you know any other framework that uses MVC pattern, then understanding JSF is simple. You will have the model (Java class...
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    Re: Arraylist :\ help!

    Hi, If you are referring to adding and removing the data elements in the arraylist; then you can use the existing add(), addAll(), remove(), removeAll() methods in ArrayList. If you don't mean...
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    Re: error in type2driver

    Hi, kindly check the below points.

    1. Whether you have installed the Oracle Client.
    2. If you have installed, kindly check whether you have added the OCI jar file is added in the classpath and...
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