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Titus Sid
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I want to export database in java code for Xammp, can any one help me about this. help ma as soon as possible.
Steve Luke
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Titus Sid wrote:I want to export database in java code for Xammp, can any one help me about this. help ma as soon as possible.


Howdy, welcome to the Ranch! But EaseUp a bit would ya - we are all volunteers here, no need to push us around eh?

So what problem are you having in the code you have so far?


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fred rosenberger
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Vague, general questions are going to get vague, general answers. And technically, you didn't even ask a question at all, you simply demanded someone give up their own time to do your work.

I would suggest you read much of our HowToAskQuestionsOnJavaRanch FAQ. Then try posting an actual question using the suggestions you find there.


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Titus Sid
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fred rosenberger wrote:Vague, general questions are going to get vague, general answers. And technically, you didn't even ask a question at all, you simply demanded someone give up their own time to do your work.

I would suggest you read much of our HowToAskQuestionsOnJavaRanch FAQ. Then try posting an actual question using the suggestions you find there.


hi, thaanx man to make me realize how to behave here. Actually its my first time in any forum. And i've heard that experts are always there to help us. n next time i'll b careful about your point.
fred rosenberger
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There are many experts here who love to help. However, their time is limited (and given freely). The easier you make it for them to help you, the more likely they will do so.
 
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