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respected sir i have few Q in java
if a machine supporting TCP/IP shut downs after sending 20 packets of info(total 25) will 20 received in order/all are dropped or machine sends rest 5 packets after retaining.
2) if client sends req to server & server takes time to ans so during the time will user interface freeze/or continue working
what will happen if the user issues another request will this
second one supersede the first one
3)what do you mean by MIME & its purposre
4) in servelet runner .exe i got this o/p what do you mean by
port =8080
maxhandelers = 100
time out = 5000
server dir = .\examples
docccu dir = .\examples
servelet profile = .\examples\servelet.properties
what is the bytes reqd for object
2) what do you mean by const TYPE defined in Float& Double class
4) can you add frame to panel& vice versa,applet to window & vice ver&panel to window & vice versa (if yes what is the layout in each case & explain me fundamental with reason)
Preethi M
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Hai Abhiram!
1.My answer to ur first question is that all the 20 packets are received in the same order they r sent,but the remaining 5 packets are lost.
2.The user interface will not freeze when the clients request is being responded by the server and more over when the user issues another request the first one does not interfere with the second.
TCP provides a point-to-point channel for applications that require reliable communications
3.MIME - Multipurpose Internet Mail Extension
It's away to decode native or binary to 7-bit ASCII code
MIME is the official proposed standard format for extended
Internet electronic mail. The MIME format permits email
to include enhanced text, graphics, audio, and more, in a
standardized and interoperable manner.
There are different MIME tpyes
for eg:
image/gif and so on.

They r the CLass Character Constants.
they r the maximum/minimum radix's available for conversion to and from Strings. The constant value of field is the largest/smallest value permitted for the radix argument in radix-conversion methods such as the digit method, the forDigit method, and the toString method of class Integer.
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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