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  1. In Topic: Having problems with an Inventory Program

    Posted 24 Feb 2014

    Here is what I believe you need to do.

    In the Inventory class do the following.

    -Cut line 21 and paste it in the try catch that starts at line 52.
    -Add the user inputted parameters to the ExtendedSoftware object you are creating.

    Here is what your try-catch block should look like after making the changes.

    try{
         ExtendedSoftware sw = new ExtendedSoftware(softwareTitle,softwareItem,softwareType,softwareStock,softwarePrice);
         inv.addSoftware(sw);
    }
    catch(Exception e){
         System.out.println("Inventory is full");
    }
    
    


    This will pass the user values to the ExtendedSoftware object you create.

    View Postbcsmith8, on 24 February 2014 - 01:03 PM, said:

    Here is what I believe you need to do.

    In the Inventory class do the following.

    -Cut line 21 and paste it in the try catch that starts at line 52.
    -Add the user inputted parameters to the ExtendedSoftware object you are creating.

    Here is what your try-catch block should look like after making the changes.

    try{
         ExtendedSoftware sw = new ExtendedSoftware(softwareTitle,softwareItem,softwareType,softwareStock,softwarePrice);
         inv.addSoftware(sw);
    }
    catch(Exception e){
         System.out.println("Inventory is full");
    }
    
    


    This will pass the user values to the ExtendedSoftware object you create.



    After looking at your ExtendedSoftware Constructor, it looks like the order is not the same as what you read in.

    The code should actually be:
    try{
         ExtendedSoftware sw = new ExtendedSoftware(softwareTitle,softwareStock,softwarePrice,softwareItem,softwareType);
         inv.addSoftware(sw);
    }
    catch(Exception e){
         System.out.println("Inventory is full");
    }
    
    

    so it matches the constructor.

    My apologies.
  2. In Topic: Combine table entries with same value

    Posted 24 Feb 2014

    View Postandrewsw, on 24 February 2014 - 12:37 PM, said:

    What have you tried?

    Join tables and queries :Microsoft

    BTW Personally I don't put spaces in database-object or field-names.


    I will keep that in mind for my future naming conventions.

    Below is what I have tried. Shouldn't [Order].[Order Number]=[Order Items].[Order Number] in criteria combine the fields when the value in Order Number is equal? Everything else works correctly except for this. A seperate entry is created regardless of equality between Order Numbers. If this is too ambiguous, let me know and I will attach the database.

    SELECT Order.[Order Date], Order.[Order Time], Sum([Order Items]![Quantity]) AS Expr1, Menu.Price, [Expr1]*[Menu]![Price] AS Expr2
    FROM [Order] INNER JOIN (Menu INNER JOIN [Order Items] ON Menu.[Menu Item Id] = [Order Items].[Menu Item Id]) ON Order.[Order Number] = [Order Items].[Order Number]
    GROUP BY Order.[Order Date], Order.[Order Time], Menu.Price, Order.[Order Number], [Order Items].[Order Number]
    HAVING (([Order].[Order Number]=[Order Items].[Order Number]));
    


    Thanks
  3. In Topic: Beginner GUI Positioning Question

    Posted 9 May 2013

    View Postpbl, on 08 May 2013 - 07:25 PM, said:

    Use Strut instead of RigidArea
    Simply put your actual eastBox in an horizontalBox with a horizontalStrut
    add that combination to the EAST reason

        Box withGap = Box.createHorizontalBox();
        withGap.add(eastBox);
        withGap.add(Box.createHorizontalStrut(20));
        add(withGap, BorderLayout.EAST);
    
    


    Ok I never thought about putting multiple boxes inside one another. Very useful. Thanks!
  4. In Topic: Recursive method to sort string lexographically

    Posted 6 Oct 2012

    I think I'm just going to go with the safe route and use what he's already taught us because he probably would assume I cheated if I used something we haven't covered yet. If he shows us a way that is more efficient than the one I came up with that doesn't deal with arrays, I will post it here in a few days so you guys can see.
  5. In Topic: Recursive method to sort string lexographically

    Posted 6 Oct 2012

    In the class that I'm in we haven't gone over arrays yet, so I probably won't use them. I probably should have mentioned the concepts we've gone over so far sorry about that. Data types, If statements, loops, and methods are really all we have covered so far which makes it way more restrictive! Thanks for both of your replies though. I will definitely be able to use that advice in the future.

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