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NIO usage?

Christopher Bareja

Joined: Nov 13, 2005
Posts: 6
On a sun page I've found following description:

The following APIs and facilities may not be used:

* Enterprise JavaBeans
* Servlets, JSP technology, or any other web-oriented APIs
* NIO, the New IO facilities
* Java DataBase Connectivity (JDBC) and SQL
* Java IDL API and CORBA
* Third party software libraries or tools (such as browsers)

On the other hand I have no restrictions of using this technologies in my assigment and while reading other topics I've realized that some of you are using esp. nio classes (which is quite usefull when speaking about "8 bit US ASCII encoding" rule)

How do you treat this restrictions?
Thanks in advanced.
Andrew Monkhouse
author and jackaroo
Marshal Commander

Joined: Mar 28, 2003
Posts: 11778

Hi Chris,

Take a look at the "We are allowed to use NIO" topic.

Regards, Andrew

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