firstname.lastname@example.org (Thomas) wrote:
>i got some unsolved problems filling a pdf form...
>somebody knows how to interpret error messages like 109 or 110 ?
>is there any error messages library around for adobe ?
All numbered messages mean: "this PDF is damaged".
Aandi Inston email@example.com http://www.quite.com
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When Acrobat displays the error message dialog, hold down the control key
when you when you click on the OK button. This will display a better error
message so "110" becomse "unrecognized object name".
"Aandi Inston" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> email@example.com (Thomas) wrote:
> >i got some unsolved problems filling a pdf form...
> >somebody knows how to interpret error messages like 109 or 110 ?
> >is there any error messages library around for adobe ?
> All numbered messages mean: "this PDF is damaged".
> Aandi Inston firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.quite.com
> Please support usenet! Post replies and follow-ups, don't e-mail them.
JTable in JFrame I'm using JTable component inside JFrame.Frame has BorederLayout and
table component is situated in center..
My problem is little complicated , i'm adding row's through
addRow(Vector v) of defaultTableModel.Object row consists of String and
When i add rows ,put some data in it ,and then remove them all ,
formattedtextField that i edited last stay's on te screen .It's like
repaint problem.When i do the resize(with mouse) of frame field disapear
..But when i call the repaint method of JFrame ,fireTableDataChanged of
model ,or do the setSize()
Re: Number Spiral (#109) My answers assumes an odd numbered spirals (I inferred it from "The
number zero represents the center of the spiral").
Sorry for my beginners ruby (are there some standard min(x,y)/max(x,y,)
The approach is to work out a standard equation for the value in any
cell (I ended up with two, for the top left and bottom right) and then
to iterate through each cell and calculate the value. The algorithm is
# only allow odd numbered squares (as zero is centre)
if (size.modulo(2) == 0)
Tutorial on tapestry available Hi,
Tapestry (created by Howard Lewis Ship) is a web app framework
(Java) that allows your web designers to create and edit web
pages using a WYSIWYG editor (DreamWeaver, FrontPage or etc),
while your programmers can still add dynamic contents
to the pages. In addition, it allows custom made components
that encapsulate complex behaviors and/or make use of other
components, allowing highly sophisticated components such as
date picker and table.
We (the Macau Productivity and Technology Transfer Center) have
created a tutorial on Tapestry at
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From: Mehrshad Mansouri <email@example.com>
Subject: BUG+NY next Monday @ Verlaine
I wanted to extend a personal invitation for you and the LXNY team to attend
our BUG+NY event, taking place next Monday evening (Dec 17) between 6-9pm at
Verlaine, located at 110 Rivington on the Lower East Side. If you haven't
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If you can make it, please let me know