ant classpath problem1188 (5/16/2009 6:48:48 PM) I'm trying to set my classpath in an ant build.xml file, but I
get the error:
/home/mc303/servlets/build.xml:41: Problem: failed to crea... Bart
Pass by value/reference?759 (6/17/2009 9:31:28 AM) I don't actually use Java - this is just for academic interest, so
apologies if it's obvious.
As I understand it:
1 - all method arguments are passed by value
2 - there's no way to specify that an arg... Charlie
subclass JPasswordField17105 (7/1/2009 8:24:09 AM) Hi,
First of all; I'm not a Java programmer (but am fluent in C/C++/C#).
Here's what I want to create:
A password field that shows normal characters when the user is typing in
the field. If the user s... who30(17)
Is URLConnection broken ?061 (9/25/2009 7:40:45 AM) Hi
I am using URLConnection from an applet to post data back to the webserver and in most cases this works like a charm. But sometimes it seems like Java adds null bytes to the posted data.
My client side... robert141(5)
How to implement this java app in a web browser?195 (9/18/2009 12:55:01 AM) Hello,
Complete newbie here.
How do you get the following application to run in a web browser?
Can I create objects on the stack, like in C++ ?359 (7/22/2009 5:49:36 PM) Hi, I have a C/C++ background and I'm learning a bit
of java now and I was curious if, for the purpose of
returning a value from a funcion, it was possible to
do the following:
public X foo (X x)
creating XMLfiles059 (7/1/2009 7:48:29 PM) What techniques are used, or what tools, to produce an XML file from
within a Java program.
If you want to pass information from a row of data in an RMDB system
via an XML file from a web service, for ins... jmeth111(1)
Java Exception Safety177 (6/23/2009 8:44:27 PM) I seem to remember running across a reference to a discussion, consensus or
policy regarding the guarantees of exception safety appropriate to Java.
But I didn't capture it at the time and now have no idea ... Scott
Remote file viewer in Java165 (6/2/2009 3:11:21 PM) Hi everybody!
I would like to implement a remote file viewer in Java: in practice,
across a network, everyone (client) should be allowed to open (in read-
only mode) alll the files stored on a central serv... Elminster