"The differential equations that describe dynamic interactions of power generators are similar to that of the gravitational interplay among celestial bodies, which is chaotic in nature."
Originally posted by Nicholas Jordan:
My project has accumulated 11 folders, many of which are getting to the useable prototyping stage, or are already there. I need to get going on this naming and packaging pattern and will read my study guide on it while awaiting any replies or suggestions.
The ultimate root of everything, as I now understand it, will be belvedere, the one and only project that is beyond demo programs to elucidate a discussion is Alice. My directory structure now looks like: C:\belvedere\Alice.java in which file I have package belvedere; as the first line. I am sure this is not correct and need to be able to reference classes in other packages fluently and effectively such as: ( try not to laugh is serious package crypto; class Alligator extends SecureRandom but the compiler gives me errors on trying to reference anything that is not src.jar
Websites, links, business scenara ~ any well intentioned comment is wanted.
[ October 07, 2007: Message edited by: Nicholas Jordan ]
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"The differential equations that describe dynamic interactions of power generators are similar to that of the gravitational interplay among celestial bodies, which is chaotic in nature."
A good question is never answered. It is not a bolt to be tightened into place but a seed to be planted and to bear more seed toward the hope of greening the landscape of the idea. John Ciardi
"The differential equations that describe dynamic interactions of power generators are similar to that of the gravitational interplay among celestial bodies, which is chaotic in nature."
"The differential equations that describe dynamic interactions of power generators are similar to that of the gravitational interplay among celestial bodies, which is chaotic in nature."
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"The differential equations that describe dynamic interactions of power generators are similar to that of the gravitational interplay among celestial bodies, which is chaotic in nature."
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"The differential equations that describe dynamic interactions of power generators are similar to that of the gravitational interplay among celestial bodies, which is chaotic in nature."
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"The differential equations that describe dynamic interactions of power generators are similar to that of the gravitational interplay among celestial bodies, which is chaotic in nature."
Originally posted by Phil McCann:
Sorry for coming in at this late stage, but I'm a Java newbie with what I think is a similar problem.
How can I achieve that for Java using Netbeans? If Netbeans can't do it, should I use another IDE?
"The differential equations that describe dynamic interactions of power generators are similar to that of the gravitational interplay among celestial bodies, which is chaotic in nature."
A good question is never answered. It is not a bolt to be tightened into place but a seed to be planted and to bear more seed toward the hope of greening the landscape of the idea. John Ciardi
Originally posted by Stan James:
Nicholas, I'm a little lost on just where you are these days. Your post suggesting
looked right on the money. But the line after it each proj source file is suddenly in the src package should not be true. In a command window change directory to any src folder and the packages start with the folder under that one for compiling or running.
"The differential equations that describe dynamic interactions of power generators are similar to that of the gravitational interplay among celestial bodies, which is chaotic in nature."
A good question is never answered. It is not a bolt to be tightened into place but a seed to be planted and to bear more seed toward the hope of greening the landscape of the idea. John Ciardi
"The differential equations that describe dynamic interactions of power generators are similar to that of the gravitational interplay among celestial bodies, which is chaotic in nature."