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Java 2 Micro Edition

 
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Hi Friends,

I am novice at this forum. Can you tell me what is Java 2 Micro Edition?
 
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Hello guys,
I, too, am new to this forum. I was wondering if there was any way to automatically "monitor" threads that I have already posted in, in case I do not remember which dicussions I have participated and cannot navigate myself back.
If you've ever participated in the forums on java.sun.com's site, they have a "monitor" system where every forum in which you've posted is listed as quicklinks (of course, you can delete from this list) so you can easily navigate back to your discussion.
Thanks!
Oh, for the previous question, go check out java.sun.com/j2me. Sorry, since your question is so general, I don't feel like giving you an incomplete answer or typing so much.
 
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ketan: http://www.javasoft.com/j2me/
Christope:
Questions like this are more appropriate for the Java Ranch forum. In any event, when you post a new topic, you can request email notification when others reply to it.

And the best piece of advice I can offer, always search before you post, you'll save a lot of time and bandwidth. Welcome to the Ranch.
--Mark
 
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Instead of asking this kind of questions on this list, better visit java.sun.com !
You will definately get an answer !
sanjay
 
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Hi Mark &other friends at javaranch.
Sory for being late.I forgot to thanking you.

thank you to provide URL on my Q.
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