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Joshua Kueck

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Recent posts by Joshua Kueck

I'm not sure about your particular school, but typically Computer Information Technology is an easier degree. It's more business, websight, database orientated, while CS is more math (lots of Calculus ) and theory. If you want to program or be in the software development field, CS is the way to go. If you want to work on databases or websights, etc, you could stick with IT. In either case, make sure the school you choose has class projects. This will help you greatly in search for a good job. If not, try to get an intern.. The knowledge itself will not land you a job, trust me!
19 years ago
Nevermind, someone told me about JColorChooser
19 years ago
Anyone know a good algorithm for creating a color picker?
19 years ago
JQ+ is useful, but don't use it to measure your readyness for the actual exam. I was scoring 60-70 on JQ, and made an 86 on the exam.
Took the plunge, passed with an 86 .. I thought I did bettter than that, but I'm happy.
Test was pretty easy. The first half was a walk in the park, and then the second had a few doozys. In my opinion, JQ+ is good for practicing taking the test, but is overkill for the actual exam. My weak areas where java.lang(50) and java.util(50).. everything else was fine Actually got a 100 on threads and awt!
Well, time to go gloat
19 years ago
..I just took my exam and got a 86, I thought I did better than that, but I'm still happy ..Anyways, not to give a question away, but how would you consider "natural order" as related to collections?
Yaya.. dis I know.. dis I know.. but this is for those who are rushing.
Just remember A.I.T., any of the event listeners starting with these letters dont have adapters (there is one more, but most likely not on the exam).
Nazmul, because the int is static, it should be fine to reference with either "inner" or "Inner". The main question has to do with the private.
So it will take a screen capter of the Dos prompt unless you put the dos window into full screen? I tried out two or three of screen capture programs on my machine, and none of them were able to do this. Bet your out of luck.. sorry
19 years ago
Nope .. you had me all excited too ... I tried it, but it turned a directory like this "http://personal.lig.bellsouth.net/lig/l/i/lilgoose/firstpica.html" into"/lig/l/i/lilgoose/". Thanks anyways
19 years ago
Thanks for the link. I don't think its really a security issue, but I dunno. My problem is, the only way to create a File object that is not on the client machine is to use the getCodeBase() in the constructor. This works fine for creating the file on my local machine because the getCodeBase() returns something like File:C:\\blah blah.. hence the subString above. but a problem arises in that if you use an http address, you cant use list(),.. .. the http address isnt really the same as a directory. If i could get the actual address on the server machine.. I'd be set.. but I don't think you can
[ April 25, 2002: Message edited by: Joshua Kueck ]
19 years ago
Not a problem.. .. Oh, and I didn't work it out. It works fine in my browser but not on a webpage. I don't think I can do this without servlets.. too bad though.
19 years ago
Ahha.. I figured it out ! Because I have to create a new File object to filter threw the directories and what not, it was naturally trying to create it on the client machine. So I had to write this nasty little piece of code

So now it creates it on the server.. Anyone know a cleaner way to do this?
19 years ago
Roy(or is it Ben), I tried getCodeBase() but I still get security exceptions. Heres what the Java Console had to say:
java.security.AccessControlException: access denied (java.io.FilePermission images read)
19 years ago