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Please help me in my program

 
Phuong Thuy
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Hi all.
I am builing a dictionary program use J2ME.
I developer it from OSS of 7bit
http://www.7bit.biz/wap/pocketdict.jar
The database is texts file.
I have successed for "search word" ...
For now,I would like to add "word" in My Program,but the text file only can read not write so
I know that I must be to use RMS for this but i just study J2ME for 1 weeks
so if must study RMS very hard then it will be lost my time.
but i am very very needing it.i am make plan to submit a report for my teacher ,
please help me or maybe tutorial detail for me,
I will eternally grateful.
Here is code.Please correct me to add RMS for appropriate without modify the code...
Here is LineTextLoader class!

Here is LineTextLoader Class

Finally here is PocketDictionary Class


Best Regards and sorry for my bad English.

[ December 08, 2006: Message edited by: Phuong Thuy ]

[ December 08, 2006: Message edited by: Phuong Thuy ]

[ December 08, 2006: Message edited by: Phuong Thuy ]
[ December 11, 2006: Message edited by: Bear Bibeault ]
 
Phuong Thuy
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Anyone???Someone???PLEASE!!!
 
Mark Spritzler
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I am a little bit confused. Just know this, we frown upon doing other people's homework and that is most likely why you haven't gotten a response.

But here is my actual confusion, I look at your code and it looks very clean, clean enough to make me think that figuring out how to use a RecordSource should be very quick and easy for you to figure out. The API is very straight forward. Just recreate a class that is a RecordSource Reader and Writer, and use that API in your code.

Mark
 
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