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  1. Isn't that kind of like asking, how do I get my...

    Isn't that kind of like asking, how do I get my web page to display on a computer without a web browser?
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    You question is: should I use "composition" or...

    You question is: should I use "composition" or "inheritance". That's not always an easy question.

    If you want more info, search google for "iheritance composition"
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    Also, watch out for pedophiles.

    Also, watch out for pedophiles.
  4. I don't know if you need it or not, but if you...

    I don't know if you need it or not, but if you ever want the java.io package, I'll sell it to you for $50.
  5. What is Reader.read()? From whence do you think...

    What is Reader.read()? From whence do you think you are reading?

    There is a class called Reader that is an abstract base class for all the character input streams in Java. The Reader class...
  6. Post your code.

    Post your code.
  7. What does your question have to do with the Java...

    What does your question have to do with the Java programming language?
  8. You are in way over your head. Get a beginning...

    You are in way over your head. Get a beginning java book like "Java 2: A Beginner's Guide" (Herbert Schildt), and read it and do the exercises.

    You have to learn the difference between a static...
  9. .....

    .....
  10. Thread: function counter

    by 7stud
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    :confused:

    :confused:
  11. Here are a couple of other approaches: 1)...

    Here are a couple of other approaches:

    1) Computers don't understand letters. All they understand is numbers. So, all characters are assigned a numerical code in order to store them on a...
  12. Thread: java applet

    by 7stud
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    You can send data from an html page directly to...

    You can send data from an html page directly to an applet using javascript. Try this:

    <html>
    <head><title></title>

    <script type="text/javascript" language="javascript">
    <!-- Hide from...
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    function g(text) { alert(text); } ...

    function g(text)
    {
    alert(text);
    }

    g("Borussia M\'gladbach");
  14. No. And, it might be illegal to hack around the...

    No. And, it might be illegal to hack around the restrictions that were put on the users' computers to prevent what you are trying to do.


    It can't.


    No. The web is stateless, which means a...
  15. Thread: POST Array Help

    by 7stud
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    When you build up the second list, you could put...

    When you build up the second list, you could put the values in hidden form fields as they are selected.
  16. document.order.a1.onclick = function(){return...

    document.order.a1.onclick = function(){return newFunction(value1, value2)};
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    onclick = "return yourfunc()"

    onclick = "return yourfunc()"
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    Try setting the attributes using setAttribute()...

    Try setting the attributes using setAttribute() instead, e.g.:

    e.setAttribute(name, "myTextBox");
  19. Thread: event.keyCode

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    Rubbish.

    Rubbish.
  20. Thread: event.keyCode

    by 7stud
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    <html>
    <head><title></title>
    <script type="text/javascript" language="javascript">
    <!-- Hide from browsers without javascript

    function myfunc()
    {
    alert(event.keyCode);
    }
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    No, the solution is very easy with...

    No, the solution is very easy with javascript--you can't do it. Would you browse the internet with js turned on, if some site could blast your computer with 100,000 text files of ads?

    In IE only,...
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    javascript. ..sorry, if you think the quotes...

    javascript.


    ..sorry, if you think the quotes make it clear what the heck that means, you are sadly mistaken.

    You need to try and explain what you want in general terms, e.g. I want this data...
  23. Thread: math var problem

    by 7stud
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    Presumably, your "dropdown menu" is a ...

    Presumably, your "dropdown menu" is a <select> element. Here is some info on selects:

    The <select> element has an .options property which is an array of the <options>. The <select> element also...
  24. Thread: The Code

    by 7stud
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    The Answer.

    The Answer.
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    var val = "5"; //a value from a form is already...

    var val = "5"; //a value from a form is already a string
    var zeros = "000000";
    var with_zeros = zeros.substr(0, zeros.length - val.length) + val;
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