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Where do I type my code?

Avin Sinanan
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Joined: Nov 06, 2001
Posts: 7
Ok am i am going to ask a few things and also state a few thing... please tell me if am right.
Ok so right now on my computer I have the following installed -
Welcome to the JavaTM 2 Standard Edition Runtime Environment
and
JCreator LE.
Can I use the programs above to make Web pages?
i.e can I type code in JCreator and then combine that code with HTML to interact with a Database such as Microsoft Access?
Can I also make a search engine by typing in the code in Jcreator so that it sreaches my Website to displays the info in a webpage?
Or do i have to write so sort of Java code and up load it to my Host itself?
Please tell me.
I am confused out of my mind.
I assume JDBC is just a class that I have to import to interact with the Database.. is that correct?
thanks


Yours Respectfully<br />Avin Sinanan
chanoch wiggers
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Joined: May 24, 2001
Posts: 245
i am not really surprised that noone has answered this yet - it sounds like you dont relaly know java, HTML, or web servers. Let me recommend first of all that you dont use a GUI to learn java. Secondly, JDBC is not a class its an API - a set of classes and interfaces that you can use to connect to databases. I think the easiest thing for you might be to pick a good book on java and the internet and start learning because otherwise you will be forever asking questions on this forum.


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