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Thread: Java & Keystroke Dynamics

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    Default Java & Keystroke Dynamics

    Is java a good option to develope a project on Keystroke Dynamics,if yes, why so..if no,please share your reasons & is there a better alternative to java for implementing this project..looking for some guidance & help!!!


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    Default Re: Java & Keystroke Dynamics

    What did your research show? What questions do you have?
    This looks very much like homework to me, just my opinion

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    Was there some special reason you decided to post your question four times?
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    I thank you in advance to keep moderation efforts on your behalf to a minimum.

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