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J2ME and SMS?

 
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Hi there,
I am a good programmer in JAVA,but J2ME is new for me. Nowadays I am preaparing to study the master but to determine the topic exactly I have to know some about J2ME and I don't have enough time to learn and get the ansewrs.I hope you will help me.I will be thanfull for you.
My quistion is can J2ME recieve SMS and deal with its contenet as variable and use it in the program?
I hope you got my Q.
 
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hi there
first thing you need for learning j2ME is you should have enough time and patience.All of us are programmers for whom 24 hrs.were not sufficient,still we
did not give up.

You can send & receive sms in your application.

mobileno = "09886312140" ;
yourmessage ="hai - how are you ? " ;

senderAddress = "sms://:" + mobileno ;

clientConn = (MessageConnection) Connector.open(senderAddress);

clientConn.send(yourmessage);



Regards

Gopinath
http://j2me-codesamples.blogspot.com/










 
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