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  1. In Topic: Problem with Restarting User within Java/JavaFX Program

    Posted 29 May 2015

    I've never used JavaFX, but it seems the start method is called by JavaFX, and is only called once

    I'll suggest implementing a method returning a reset Scene
    private Scene buildGameScene() {
        //TODO Add your start logic here
    }
    
    

    The buildGameScene method can then be called by both your start and EventHandler :)
    ...
    Scene gameScene = buildGameScene();
    stage.setScene(gameScene);
    ...
    
    


    Remember to initialize a new Scene, and don't try and reuse the old Scene! (Unless you just reset the components inside the already initialized scene)
  2. In Topic: Simple Generic Problem In Java (Bound Mismatch)

    Posted 29 May 2015

    If the method expects apples, you cannot give it bananas :) The types have to match
  3. In Topic: Problem with Restarting User within Java/JavaFX Program

    Posted 28 May 2015

    So you have the follow piece of code when your application is first started
    		//Add the scene to the stage, set the title and show the stage
    		primaryStage.setScene(scene1);
    
    


    Your yesBtn EventHandler sets the scene to scene1, which is the same as the first added scene (it doesn't change)
    Why do you expect setting the scene to scene1 would reset anything? The scene is already showing

    I can't see where you initialize/prepare your scene, and can't help you further, sorry
  4. In Topic: Simple Generic Problem In Java (Bound Mismatch)

    Posted 28 May 2015

    Look at the generic type of CompareTheseTwo <T extends Comparable<T>>
    The generic type of Procedure2 is <T>

    The compiler simply can't guarantee that your Procedure2 parameters with type <T>, matches the one of CompareTheseTwo, which expects <T extends Comparable<T>>
    Add <T extends Comparable<T>> to your Procedure2 method, then the types match :)
    private static <T extends Comparable<T>> void Procedure2(T[] myArray, int s, int e) {	
    
    
  5. In Topic: JSON Parsing without ID

    Posted 28 May 2015

    It is not an array. The orders are defined as properties on the return object
    Think more of it like a map, not an array :)

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    riperator Icon

    31 Jul 2013 - 10:33
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    b.netana Icon

    23 Mar 2013 - 17:32
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    b.netana Icon

    23 Mar 2013 - 17:32
    wanted to that you for your help with my gui practice
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    25 Nov 2012 - 21:15
    Hi dude...I would like to tell you that your rep(729) is a perfect cube :) Cheers :)
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    30 Sep 2012 - 23:33
    hi hello
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    Proshnobodhok Icon

    12 Oct 2011 - 12:31
    Hi CasiOo,
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    CasiOo Icon

    28 Jun 2011 - 04:11
    Thank you :)
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    26 Jun 2011 - 19:39
    Welcome to contributors group
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