Originally posted by Ken Blair:
Did you setup Eclipse to compile for 5.0? That behavior looks like something that would have occurred in the old memory model but not in the new one. If JBuilder was configured to compile for 5.0 and Eclipse is not this would explain the sudden problem.
Regardless, what was said earlier about this being a big "no no" is correct and should be heeded.
Exception in thread "main" java.lang.NullPointerException
Originally posted by Ailsa Cape:
I just read my instructions in the subsection, "javadoc style commments must be used for each element of the public interface of each class...Provide javadoc documentsation for all classes you write", so I think I have to use the "private" parameter in javadoc tools.
Best Regards, Ailsa Cape
Originally posted by Dawn T.Y.Lee:
The condition of the "for loop" is manully calculated.
So stupid.... but How can I write in another smart way ??
Originally posted by Louis Tong:
Using Swing/AWT is a must? can I use SWT instead of Swing?
Originally posted by Max Habibi:
3 - 4 months is pretty fast. Personally, I'm not aware of anyone completing the assignment more quickly.
I can appreciate your point of view, but what's the difference in spending $50 on a case of beer for a mate to review your assignment and giving it to a professional (I hope!) outfit who are (or should be) very familiar with the material and probably (hopefully) run some test harnesses against it and make sure you don't auto-fail on anything?