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Rosie Suayan

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Recent posts by Rosie Suayan

According to the Code Charts from the Unicode homepage, 0065 is the unicode value for "e." The value for "A" is 0041 and the value for "a" is 0061.
So I'm just as confused...
21 years ago
Anne,
If you are interested in a good UML book, "Applying UML and Patterns" by Craig Larman is an excellent book. It's a good book on object-oriented analysis and design. It takes you through the analysis and design process using one case study throughout the book all the way from the basic understanding of requirements up to the use of patterns. You might find it interesting.
Rosie
21 years ago
Check your parentheses. It looks like your main is outside of the class.
21 years ago
Your class name and filename do not match. It looks like you are trying to compile and run "Thread" when it should be "ThreadTester." Rename the file to ThreadTester.java, compile and try rerunning.
21 years ago
2000 is divisible by 4 therefore it is a leap year,
but 2000 is divisible by 100 so it's not a leap year,
but 2000 is divisible by 400 so it is a leap year.
A leap year happens every 4 years. But years divisible by 100 aren't leap years unless they are also divisible by 400.
Hope that sort of clears it up?
21 years ago
Raj,
Another great site is The JavaScript Source. There's a tutorial, reference to books, and lots of scripts. Good Luck!
Rosie
Another helpful site is The JavaScript Source. There are tons of scripts there and I'm sure you can find the mouseOver script you need. Good Luck!