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Hussein Baghdadi
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Hi.
when we specify the type of a command, we write Command.EXIT or
Command.SCREEN.
can you explain theme to me ?
what does command.screen mean ? when to use it ?
what is other possible values ?
(I am fresh, ultra-fresh in J2ME).
 
Sam Hendley
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Basically they tell the AMS (phones builtin application manager) what type of command it is. The theory is that all commands of type Command.BACK and Command.NO appear on one side and all Command.YES and Command.OK appear on the right or something like that. I dont buy it, they do not seem to be well implemented, the damn commands appear wherever they want as far as I am concerned. The only way to figure out where each command type will be placed is to just test on the target device. sorry.
 
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