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Messages using J2ME + RecordStore

 
Patrick Santiago
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I'm not familiar in using the class RecordStore, the JavaDoc is not enough reference to me about, the methods together with their parameters/arguments... This is because the class is too far from the last class that I've been using...

This is what I want to do:
"I want to save a certain String using a textBox/textField and then I can edit or delete the stored data."

Any suggestions? Please help me...
 
Srinath Gamage
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hi,

Read this article, it will teach you everything quickly & more easily.
If you need more clarifications , feel free to ask

 
Patrick Santiago
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Thanks... I'll figure this one out...Thank you so much...
 
Thiago Moreira
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Hi Patrick,

You can avoid all the verbose development of RMS using Floggy (http://www.floggy.org).

Hope this helps
 
I agree. Here's the link: http://aspose.com/file-tools
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