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  1. In Topic: C++ Programmer Roll Call!

    Posted 14 Aug 2012

    I've been coding C++ for 13 years. C for 9 of them, but I always preferred C++, what's your opinion?

    - RCR
  2. In Topic: What IDE do you prefer for C++

    Posted 14 Aug 2012

    I believe IDE's teach bad coding practices(like forgetting to actually write the code because of all the hints) but if I had to choose..I would pick VS2010. It's just so good. ;)

    - RCR
  3. In Topic: JMS - Class not insatntiated

    Posted 13 Aug 2012

    View PostfromTheSprawl, on 09 August 2012 - 01:17 AM, said:

    Are you using Eclipse? If you already tried adding the jar file to your build path I suggest trying to add it on your /WEB-INF/lib folder as well.


    The one part that seemed fishy to me was:

    Exception in thread "main" javax.naming.NoInitialContextException: Cannot instantiate class: com.sun.enterprise.naming.SerialInitContextFactory [Root exception is java.lang.ClassNotFoundException: com.sun.enterprise.naming.SerialInitContextFactory]
    
    

    [Root exception is java.lang.ClassNotFoundException: com.sun.enterprise.naming.SerialInitContextFactory]

    But I don't work with Glassfish, just my two cents.

    - RCR
  4. In Topic: Error while trying to open update customer page

    Posted 30 Jul 2012

    Welcome to the Java world! Since you are fairly new, let me introduce you to the structure of a Java program, this may be a part of your problem

    Java programs are made like this:

    package goeshere;
    import yourImports.*;
    public class StructureOfAProgram extends program implements interface {
    member variable var;
    more member variables;
    public StructureOfAProgram(){
    Constructor for your instance variables'
    }
    public void Human(int age, int height, int weight, String name) {
    walk()
    run()
    eat()
    sleep()
    bathroom()
    water()
    tired()
    }
    
    public void Bob() {
    Human bob = new Human(30, 5'6, 120, 'Bob');
    bob.run();
    if(bob.tired()) {
    bob.water();
    bob.sleep();
    }
    public void main(String[] args) {
    /*if(args[1] == "bob") { Bob()........*/
    }
    }
    
    
    
    
    


    You don't have a main method in your program! Every program needs a main method to start. Add your main method and your code should work fine.

    -RCR
  5. In Topic: What are context attributes?

    Posted 27 Jul 2012

    Context Attributes are the attributes in the web application. All the items referring to the application are Context Attributes.

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    03 Aug 2012 - 02:36
    A method for reading the content of a file, I believe in this link: http://www.dreamincode.net/forums/topic/284604-saving-and-loading-with-xml-problem/page__view__findpost__p__1657127 well I guess that dude's not coming back now. :)
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