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Comal Rajagopalaratnam Muthukumar
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In the recent days of sports surrounded world it becomes essential to classify the Cricketing world into inits own dominion.
As for example an amateured cricket captain would be requiring a ready made interacting tutor to initially help him to set the fielding arranements for his bowlers.This is a very begining stage for such a task since so far no one has initiated such a trend though advanced method of third umpiring syste has alraedy been made available.
I thereforefore need someone to suggest a best pattern for making the captain happy by way of stand-alone application in web and later to transform it in mobile as well.
Is it a possible one or not.?
If yest wy not use use the following classes to initiate a setup method
1)Bowling calss
2)Batting class
3)Fielding class
each which to have its own variables
As a general example

FieldClass can have Inner field(First sli,Second slip,gally etc)
and
Outer field can have (longonlongoff,deepfineleg,midwwicketetc)
for a spcified type of bowler(leggspinner,offspinner fast bowler etc)

In the event of this task becoming full and made useful
which is definitey will be a first of its kind
Advance Thanks for the pattern suggestion
Thanking You
As
CRMK



Christophe Verré
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I don't quite follow you. Are you asking something ?


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Comal Rajagopalaratnam Muthukumar
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Christophe Verré wrote:I don't quite follow you. Are you asking something ?

Thanks
I sent two times as reply to your clarification but nothing was printed , though this third time please reply
Thanking You
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Wendy Gibbons
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you are asking us to design this application for you?
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You will get the best help here if you ask a straightforward question...vague rambling posts about "it is possible to do this" are at best going to get a "yes, it can be done" answer.

If you want someone here to do it for you, you should post in the "Jobs Offered" section.


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Comal Rajagopalaratnam Muthukumar
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Christophe Verré wrote:I don't quite follow you. Are you asking something ?


Hello

In continuation of the subject,please be comprehensed that it is only a trail suggestion I made to take up the programming for the new thing.Contextually will you be able to clarify why all jars (in Java) are not easily viewable.Will the objects in the application get saved if seialization is not called for implementation in java.& if so will jars open.
Please also kindly do review the enclosed jar file that was exactly made to suit the above kind of Prgram.
You may send your review feed to clarify this
Thanking You
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CRMK
PS: GriBagLayoutPanel .jar is sent herewith for your perusal
Thanks in Advance
Jeff Verdegan
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Sorry, but you're still not making any sense at all.
Jaikiran Pai
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Comal Rajagopalaratnam Muthukumar wrote:Contextually will you be able to clarify why all jars (in Java) are not easily viewable.

Not viewable where?

Comal Rajagopalaratnam Muthukumar wrote:
Will the objects in the application get saved if seialization is not called for implementation in java

I'm not sure what you are asking. Which objects are you talking about and where and how are you trying to save them?

Comal Rajagopalaratnam Muthukumar wrote:
.& if so will jars open.
Please also kindly do review the enclosed jar file that was exactly made to suit the above kind of Prgram.

To be honest, none of your posts give us an idea of what you are talking about. Are you trying to run some program that you have written and are having trouble with it?


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Winston Gutkowski
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Comal Rajagopalaratnam Muthukumar wrote:I thereforefore need someone to suggest a best pattern for making the captain happy by way of stand-alone application in web and later to transform it in mobile as well.

Good luck. I am familiar with cricket (my favourite sport), and what you want to do is NOT simple - which is probably why it hasn't been tackled yet.

However, I can see a few things that will probably be pre-requisites:
1. A dictionary of terms.
2. Division of the field into "zones".
3. Some digest of the laws of the game, particularly for one-day or T20, where you have fielding restrictions.
4. Some general "guidelines" for setting fields (eg, attacking, defensive, for LH or RH batsman, etc).

And even then your app is going to have a lots of "gaps" in its knowledge, since a lot of field placement is based on a captain's judgement, knowledge of opposing players, and even sometimes the weather.

My suggestion: try a Cricket scorekeeper app first. That has been tackled (although, IMO, not very well as yet), and it will familiarise you with the sort of things you're going to need for your "Captain's Aid".

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Tony Docherty
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Good luck. I am familiar with cricket (my favourite sport), and what you want to do is NOT simple

I'm also a big cricket fan and I have to agree, this is not an easy task.
Part of the beauty and mystique of cricket is that the tactics employed by both sides are extremely dynamic.
Comal Rajagopalaratnam Muthukumar
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Jaikiran Pai wrote:
Comal Rajagopalaratnam Muthukumar wrote:Contextually will you be able to clarify why all jars (in Java) are not easily viewable.

Not viewable where?

Comal Rajagopalaratnam Muthukumar wrote:
Will the objects in the application get saved if seialization is not called for implementation in java

I'm not sure what you are asking. Which objects are you talking about and where and how are you trying to save them?

Comal Rajagopalaratnam Muthukumar wrote:
.& if so will jars open.
Please also kindly do review the enclosed jar file that was exactly made to suit the above kind of Prgram.

To be honest, none of your posts give us an idea of what you are talking about. Are you trying to run some program that you have written and are having trouble with it?



Hello
When i say standalone prg and the jar which i sent,I am refering to the initaitaion of the suject prg,which i
write once again here for your convenience
***********************************
Can any one help to let me know why a jar fle that i created using jar option,invariably tells that jar is unable to load my manifest file.What coud be the possible errors for this kind of trouble in the opening of a jar file .Also tell about serialisation of variables that i use in the appl,if it has a negative trend,in case of its (seralisation) not implemented for the appl program before making a jar .
Also sent once again
GribBagLayoutPanel.jar
Now please try to review again this & if you are able to get the output opened which is all abou Cricket Prg ref above
Even here if you are not able to...
Howere I shall be pleased if you could.since my initiation has the Bingo status.


Advance Thanks
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Comal Rajagopalaratnam Muthukumar
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Winston Gutkowski wrote:
Comal Rajagopalaratnam Muthukumar wrote:I thereforefore need someone to suggest a best pattern for making the captain happy by way of stand-alone application in web and later to transform it in mobile as well.

Good luck. I am familiar with cricket (my favourite sport), and what you want to do is NOT simple - which is probably why it hasn't been tackled yet.

However, I can see a few things that will probably be pre-requisites:
1. A dictionary of terms.
2. Division of the field into "zones".
3. Some digest of the laws of the game, particularly for one-day or T20, where you have fielding restrictions.
4. Some general "guidelines" for setting fields (eg, attacking, defensive, for LH or RH batsman, etc).

And even then your app is going to have a lots of "gaps" in its knowledge, since a lot of field placement is based on a captain's judgement, knowledge of opposing players, and even sometimes the weather.

My suggestion: try a Cricket scorekeeper app first. That has been tackled (although, IMO, not very well as yet), and it will familiarise you with the sort of things you're going to need for your "Captain's Aid".

Winston

Hello
Nice to know your favourite sport is Cricketing.
To come to the point straight,The application Chosen is primarily for an amateured gamer and also this is just a beginning,after all Rome was not bulilt in day,Thanks for your suggestion too.However
And there is no body to talk about jarring technology either.
I hope to get the feed back from you atleast .Please review and scribble back soon(enclosed Visitors.zip,giving viamedia to comment about my first venture in your sports)Thanks
As
CRMK











James Boswell
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And there is no body to talk about jarring technology either.

Are you referring to creating jar files? Setting them on classpath?

Given the responses of others on this thread, I'm not the only one who is not sure what you are asking.
Henry Wong
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James Boswell wrote:
And there is no body to talk about jarring technology either.

Are you referring to creating jar files? Setting them on classpath?

Given the responses of others on this thread, I'm not the only one who is not sure what you are asking.



My gut is saying that for the OP, English is not the first language -- but probably has a very rich knowledge of the native language (whatever it is). I would recommend writing using much simpler words, and definitely much simpler grammar, before translating it to english.

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Comal Rajagopalaratnam Muthukumar wrote:
When i say standalone prg and the jar which i sent,I am refering to the initaitaion of the suject prg,which i
write once again here for your convenience


There seems to be a reference of including some sort of source code somewhere. Please go back and reread your posts. Do you see the source code anywhere?


Comal Rajagopalaratnam Muthukumar wrote:
Also sent once again
GribBagLayoutPanel.jar
Now please try to review again this & if you are able to get the output opened which is all abou Cricket Prg ref above


Are you simply cutting and pasting the file name here??? Giving us the name of the file "GribBagLayoutPanel.jar" doesn't do anything. We can't magically go to your computer and read that file.

Henry
Paul Witten
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Henry Wong wrote:Are you simply cutting and pasting the file name here??? Giving us the name of the file "GribBagLayoutPanel.jar" doesn't do anything.

I guess he thought he had uploaded a jar full of source code for your perusal.

Ah, well ....

Maybe he should upload an image of a flow chart. He doesn't seem to have a code issue as much as a design issue. Do people ever post flow chart images? I've never seen an image here (not that I've been here very long.)
Comal Rajagopalaratnam Muthukumar
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Winston Gutkowski wrote:
Comal Rajagopalaratnam Muthukumar wrote:I thereforefore need someone to suggest a best pattern for making the captain happy by way of stand-alone application in web and later to transform it in mobile as well.

Good luck. I am familiar with cricket (my favourite sport), and what you want to do is NOT simple - which is probably why it hasn't been tackled yet.

However, I can see a few things that will probably be pre-requisites:
1. A dictionary of terms.
2. Division of the field into "zones".
3. Some digest of the laws of the game, particularly for one-day or T20, where you have fielding restrictions.
4. Some general "guidelines" for setting fields (eg, attacking, defensive, for LH or RH batsman, etc).

And even then your app is going to have a lots of "gaps" in its knowledge, since a lot of field placement is based on a captain's judgement, knowledge of opposing players, and even sometimes the weather.

My suggestion: try a Cricket scorekeeper app first. That has been tackled (although, IMO, not very well as yet), and it will familiarise you with the sort of things you're going to need for your "Captain's Aid".

Winston


Hello
If you can view this bat.file please say about this on your further ideas on the programme
Please note that i sent a jar lastime but now a bat file.(grid.bat)
Thanks
CRMK



Shravan Payasam
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@CRMK: ha ha ha... I'm ROTFL. You are driving everyone nuts here
Paul Witten
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Comal wrote: If you can view this bat.file please say about this on your further ideas on the programme
Please note that i sent a jar lastime but now a bat file.(grid.bat)

Once again: You're uploads have failed, Comal.

Why not just post the code directly into the message and surround it with CODE tags?
Tomek Ziolkowski
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I think this is a question for cricket fans only
 
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