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Hi friends i have made a chat application , my experience is i was post topic here about j2me smileys but not find please give me a code that can replace textbox code into image item , like i have enter code "" that will replace by image , no one replay me im waiting please help me to give me a code that can replace from textbox.getString() and convert that into image please thanks
 
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Yasin Siyal wrote:Hi friends i have made a chat application , my experience is i was post topic here about j2me smileys but not find please give me a code that can replace textbox code into image item , like i have enter code "" that will replace by image , no one replay me im waiting please help me to give me a code that can replace from textbox.getString() and convert that into image please thanks


If you are expecting ready made code, it is not going to happen. Please read http://www.coderanch.com/how-to/java/ShowSomeEffort

Show us what you have tried, tell us where you are stuck and we will help point you in the right direction.
(Which in fact Jaikiran did in your original post)

I am locking this topic. Let us continue the discussion in your original topic here http://www.coderanch.com/t/643665/JME/Mobile/add-smileys
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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