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You need JavaScript,CSS along with HTML to create a operating website.


No, HTML suffices. Even CSS is optional unless it's supposed to look good :-)

You can refer W3schools for this.


Please don't. That site is full of outdated and often buggy content and advice.
I'm guessing this is a continuation of sorts of the question asked in https://coderanch.com/t/703310/java/set-parameter-case (a topic which was seemingly abandoned without coming to a resolution).
It's probably possible to design something like that. But what would the benefit be?
1 day ago
Maybe, if you describe in detail what you're trying to do, and what is or is not working according to your expectations.
1 day ago

Richard Rupert wrote:I Took a look at those forums. could not fine what I'm looking for. will keep looking. I want the app to stop working so that there isn't many different versions of the app in the public.


Did you understand what I meant by taking the approach of storing the date of the first run in a preference? So you can retrieve it during later runs and decide if the time has run out.
1 day ago
You must have changed something else as well. No amount of moving code around fixes a typo like there was in line 107.
2 days ago
The beauty is that it's not an either/or thing since it's possible to use both in the same app. Kotlin needs less code, making some kinds of classes (like data and event classes) trivial to create since much less boilerplate is required. Moving those from Java to Kotlin is an obvious approach to Kotlin-ize Android apps - I've started one of my apps on that route, mostly as learning exercise, and have been satisfied with the result.
2 days ago
The date could be stored as a preference - then the app has always access to it.

Why delete the app? Why not just put a new app version in the Play Store that includes the new quiz as well as the old one? Or, even better, have the app download the quiz data from your own server, thus allowing you to update quizzes without having to update the app.
2 days ago
I used to contribute to distributed.net when they ran their RC5-64 challenge. There weren't many other options in those days, and I wasn't interested in SETI or protein folding.

Years later, when I found myself with some serious CPU power, I contributed to their OGR effort, mainly because I was already familiar with their software. They still run an RC5-72 project, but that seemed pointless to me.
3 days ago
Please use more descriptive subjects - "JAVA" tells us nothing in a forum dedicated to questions bout Java.

Cross-posted at https://stackoverflow.com/questions/53717086/java-object-oriented-programmingmemory-usage-in-java, where it has been pointed out that the question as posed does not make sense.

As I said in the other questions you asked (to which you never responded), both the numbers 110 and 1000 in your question are very small numbers. In all likelihood you're worrying about something you don't need to worry about.
3 days ago
That makes sense: subNames is empty, so line 15 is never executed.

But even if subNames was not empty it wouldn't make sense, because you'd be setting item #10 multiple times, each time with the same data ("m.getSubjects()").
It's misspelt access instead of Access.
4 days ago

I have removed all the libs of my class path ... I have only jasperreports-6.7.0.jar in my project path.


Why did you remove the other libraries? Jasper needs a whole bunch of libraries - you can't just remove those. Again:

Earlier I wrote:You should keep exactly those libraries in the classpath that are needed for whichever version of JasperReports you're using. Jasper probably came with its own set of jar files - use only those.


4 days ago