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Roger Gazdzicki
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I am interested in wireless device programming and wonder if the devices have caught up with desktops in terms of understading code.
I had issues with wireless devices not understanding xml or stylesheets.
 
Michael Yuan
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Hi Roger G,
I am afraid that I have to ask you to change your display name according to the JavaRanch naming policy, which you had agreed to when registering. It basically says that you cannot use initials.
http://www.javaranch.com/name.jsp
As for your questions, my old PocketPC has a 200 MHz CPU and 64MB RAM. That is more than enough for even J2SE. I use XML in low end smartphones (Nokia series 40, for instance) all the time. Almost smartphone browsers can handle stylesheets these days.
 
Ko Ko Naing
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Originally posted by Michael Yuan:
As for your questions, my old PocketPC has a 200 MHz CPU and 64MB RAM. That is more than enough for even J2SE. I use XML in low end smartphones (Nokia series 40, for instance) all the time. Almost smartphone browsers can handle stylesheets these days.

I believe that nowadays, a lot of mobile devices got pretty high specification and we can do things on them more than we can imagine...
I got Toshiba Pocket PC e750 and it got pretty high specification also... I'm not sure whether I can develope perfect J2ME applications on it, since it is running on Windows CE 2003... I'm using J2ME Personal Profile...
[ January 20, 2004: Message edited by: Ko Ko Naing ]
 
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