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mahesh ks
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hello guyz,,
as i am doing a project to a school. i want my project to be expired in a year ...
please give me some hints , how to do it or paste if you have any program for this ...
i want a java code to do this..
 
Richard Tookey
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mahesh ks wrote:i want my project to be expired in a year ...
please give me some hints ,.


Unless this requirement is mandated don't waste your time on it. Any time limit you apply can be bypassed by any competent Java developer even if he only has access to the jar/class files.
 
Ulf Dittmer
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Welcome to JavaRanch.

In addition to the ultimate futility Richard mentioned, I would add -with all due respect- that whatever you create for a school project is likely not worth a lot of effort to protect its code.
 
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