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1: Compressing and Decompressing Data using JavaTM APIs (1)
Compressing and Decompressing Data using Java TM APIs by Qusay H. Mahmoud with contributions from Konstantin Kladko February 2002 Many sources of information contain redundant data or data that adds little to the stored information. This results...

2: For beginners to learn Java language proposals [Teaching]
Beginner's task is to master the Java language rules and to develop good programming habits, followed by the library until it comes to the use of proficiency, and then followed by the mastery and application of OO thinking, and then second is a ...

3: Java Path
*** Change *** iamfancy (border town mad) Usually, we need to set three environment variables: JAVA_HOME, PATH and CLASSPATH. JAVA_HOME: This environment variable is the directory where Java, a number of Java version of the software and some Java ...

4: Jbuilder5 a step by step in the integration of Oracle 9iAS Application Development WEB (1)
Part I: Installation and Configuration chapter In the OC4J developed under the webapp, only the first branded ear package to deploy, if we use it to debug procedures, a lot of trouble. JBuilder can not be developed under the Integrated OC4J automat...

5: Jbuilder5 a step by step in the integration of Oracle 9iAS Application Development WEB (2)
Second, release a simple webapp example. The simplest is to Helloworld, and the following we will use Servlet output a hello world, posted to the oc4j on the bar. The following example of the premise that you have the hands of JB in the developmen...

6: MAGICIAN IS CASTOR (Castor JDO, Castor XML, magic)
MAGICIAN IS CASTOR (Castor JDO, Castor XML, magic) Author: Le Dawn airwalker@263.net (2002/3/18) INDEX 1.INTRO 2.MAGICAL TOUCHING OF <CASTOR-JDO> 3.MAGICAL TOUCHING OF <CASTOR-XML> 4.MAPPING 5.CONCLUSION 1. INTRO 1.1 Bef...

7: (Tips) How to write JSP inside inner classes [inner, class]
<html> <body> "%! class Hello ( private String hello = ""; public Hello () ( hello = "Hello World!"; ) public String getHello () ( return hello; ) ) %> <% Hello hello = new Hello (); %> &...

8: jdk1.3 and jdk1.4 the swing component of the Chinese display solution
jdk1.3 and jdk1.4 the swing component of the Chinese display has always been a headache thing. To solve this problem, I used this method. import java.awt .*; import javax.swing.UIManager; public class JOfficeUIManager extends UIManager ( public...

9: Java network load Agreement (JNLP) and Java Web Start
Java network load Agreement (JNLP) and Java Web Start Translation: cherami mail: cherami@163.net Original: http://java.sun.com/jdc/JDCTechTips/2001/tt0530.html Early in the java development, the focus was on developing the client. Language to do...

10: Well-Socket Server (1)
/ * * Copyright (c) 2000 David Flanagan. All rights reserved. * This code is from the book Java Examples in a Nutshell, 2nd Edition. * It is provided AS-IS, WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY either expressed or implied. * You may study, use, and modify it fo...

11: Borland: Java, Java, and Java again!
Community Home> Java> Tools Sip from the Firehose: 03/25/2002 - Visit with Borland at JavaOne this week! - By David Intersimone Abstract: Borland is a platinum sponsor of this week "s JavaOne conference in San Francisco. If you" re...

12: Borland at JavaOne 2002 just held on to win seven awards event
Borland leads the field in Java Technology Achievement Awards at JavaOne 2002 - by David Intersimone Abstract: Borland products won seven awards at the JavaPro Magazine Readers Choice Awards given at the Java Technology Achievement gala at JavaOne ...

13: JSP skills - reading file example
<% @ Page contentType = "text / html; charset = gb2312"%> <% / / variable declaration java.lang.String strFileName; / / File Name java.io.File objFile; / / document object java.io.FileReader objFileReader; / / read file object cha...

14: RMI using the Adapter design pattern of the way web applications (1)
RMI using the Adapter design pattern in web applications the way Web applications for the preparation of guidelines for local Java objects Introduction: The use of Java-RMI approach to the preparation of web-based application is very simple. Howe...

15: Servlet + var mode
Here to tell you about one of my inspiration: Servlet + var mode (in the end wasthe "model" or the word all to evaluate it). Servlet Needless to say the, var is even more simple: it is the definition of variables in JavaScript Fu. It can b...

16: Initialization LOG4J
Log4j is the most widely used one of the logging framework. I met the most asked question is: Why use Log4j, I occupy so many of the procedures of the CPU? Log4j is the design of a problem ah? Log4j common here, I list some of the issues for your ...

17: Further improve the performance of JDBC applications (c) (2)
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18: Computer programming of the 24 rules
Computer programming of the 24 rules 1. Fatal anomalies will not allow the suspension. 2. The preparation of this order: user manual, manuals, help, source code. 3. Unless you use the Risk Factor Analysis (RFA), or a program you think will take d...

19: Utilizing the Map Interface from the Collections Framework
Utilizing the Map Interface from the Collections Framework by Ming Chou We want to hear from you! Please send us your feedback. 1. Introduction 2. Map Interface 3. Map Implementations 3.1 java.util.HashTable Implementation 3.2 java.util. Hash...

20: Java IDL-based distributed programming
Java IDL-based distributed programming (This article is reprinted from the network of experts in software engineering www.21cmm.com) Introduced the Java IDL JavaIDL is a development platform for Java 2 Extension of CORBA. Java 2 introduced in Jav...


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