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Use J2ME to develop a Chinese Chess Game

 
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Hi, i am new to J2ME but i have some experience on J2SE.
Until now i still have no idea how to develop a j2me system. i already install j2me tool kit but dunno how to use and also installed Forte. The forte is just like a java builder and i now is working on it.
Can anyone help me with this programming? I have a project to do and the project title is Developing a Chinese Chess Game in PDA using J2ME.

Pls help me and give me some references or some sample coding of j2me.
 
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Kind of a big first project to be given.

At first I thought you were going to say it needed to be on a cell phone, and I was going to say, no way because the game board would need to be too big and on a small screen, very difficult to see well.

J2ME is a subset of J2SE APIs. I highly suggest getting Jonathan Knudsen's J2ME book from Apress publishing, of course, if you have time to get it. It doesn't take long to read. I read for two days, then started programming J2ME.

Mark
 
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There's a thesis i found on internet which implements this game, try to look in google, I'll give the pdf if you want to.
 
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check out www.jasonlam604.com
It features a complete guide about writing games for midp2.0.
It's free and comes with source code as well.

Good luck.
 
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