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Recent posts by Pichai Bala

I am working with a client who will be implementing a data link via a new public network carrier. The link will be a private Frame Relay connection with a firewall between the two companies. The carrier provides a CORBA compliant
client module that we believe is event driven. Our client's interface to this module can be written in Java or C++. The vendor provides sample frameworks for both.
I would like to see them implement a messaging infrastructure throughout the entire application system, and they are up for the idea. I'd like to get your thoughts on the issue of Java versus C++ for writing their code, and on MQSeries
versus JMS for the messaging. There will be a number of point to point handoffs between application programs, but some of the hand offs could occur through pub/sub.
There are several programs that may be appropriate for Java, but most of the system will probably be written in C. It runs in an HP-UX environment. The incoming messages will stream in 24x7 at a maximum rate of 7,000 messages about 2K long per day. There will also be a much lower volume of outbound messages, perhaps 500 per day, but probably even less than that.
Thanks

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Pichaimani
18 years ago
Hi,
First of all thanks a lot for the Rules Roundup game. I started learning java only recently and the game is really very helpful in understanding and reinforcing the learning. But even after so many times I was not able to get any questions from AWT,
threads and I/O. Please include them and update with new questions at your earliest convinience.
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Pichaimani
18 years ago
To get the Java source code(stub) from the class file. You can use any Java Devlopment Tool like Jbuilder, Jdevloper et al.
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Pichaimani
18 years ago
Hi,
I need a help to escape the double quotes on printing.
I need output like this:

"Amount = " 1500
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Pichaimani
18 years ago
Hi,
I tried with the Fun class extending Object but still works. Somehow the compiler or JVM discards the user-defined Object class.

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Pichaimani
18 years ago
Hi Balaji,
The code works fine when I tried with
Object = new Object(); also. Somehow the JVM loads the java.lang.Object class and discards the user defined object class.
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Pichaimani
18 years ago
Hi,
First of all congrats to Kavita and Paul.
When I tried to print the values of r.nextInt()in the code given by Matt it gives some values which are very large values that doesn't fit into int. Basically I don't understand the concept of using the random object over the Math.random(). How is the random class better than the Math.random()
Please help me in understanding.
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Pichaimani
18 years ago
Hi Steve,
Thats a great help. Thanks a lot.
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Pichaimani
18 years ago
Hi,
I would like to define a final class with static methods
and static members and I don't want the class to get instantiated at all. That is the object should never get initialized.
Could any one help me on this?
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Pichaimani
19 years ago
Hi Jane,
Thanks. Its works for me also now I might have used
the other slash.
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Pichaimani
19 years ago
Hi,
I would like to know how can we include tab in System.out.println().
If I try like
System.out.println("\t Name "+ name+ " \t Age "+ age);
On execution I get the output as
\t Name David \t Age 32
But I want to have the tab in my output.
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Pichaimani
19 years ago
Hi Charu,
The finally block will get executed wether or not
the exception is thrown or handled. The only time the finally will not get executed is when you invoke the System.exit(); On all other times finally will be called.
Pichai
19 years ago
Hi Jane,
Thanks. I was of the impression that static variable can also be created like any other local variables.
19 years ago
Hi Jane,
Thanks a lot. I'll try this way.
19 years ago
Does Java supports methods with default parameters?
19 years ago