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Comal Rajagopalaratnam Muthukumar

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Dave Tolls wrote:And have you launched this from the command line?
What do you see when you try and save?
Does it error (I see the save has a fallback, but the fallback is commented out).


Hi
Tha ConsoleBoard withBackgtounds and Load Save Print exit Methods (Menu )  are available  on execution ofter compiling the above src  Please not JNLP and SandBox not available   in the src plese  note as i have been telling from the beginning that this prg uses jnlp file and sand box whose codes are cut off in the existing src (above) Thats why the saving task does not take place.Pkease go through the code from top to botom and suggest  best method to include the jnlp file .Also Sand Box.
When I tried  to incluse  these two  the codes  will not even compile .
This is the actual problem
tHE PICTURE OF OUTPUT IS SHOWN BELOW.

Picture drawn and savef produced an error meesage as shoen int eml
Please fix the bud if possible THnjs

But any picture canbe drawn and saved in any directory can be views oly via PicoDraw java prg
only by using the menu properly
Good Day to all!!

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CRNK
1 week ago

Comal Rajagopalaratnam Muthukumar wrote:

Campbell Ritchie wrote:Please supply more information including links to the tutorial.

Why are you using a JDK1.4 tutorial? I would regard JDK1.4 as obsolete.



Hi
Hopefully I am  forwarding your request with my festival BestWishes
No matter if a platform is old or new
According to me old is gold

http://www.manning.com/travis/PicoDraw.java a sample src in chapter4
Please go to Chapter 4 and see if you can compile succesdfully and get the Console board for output(ready for drawing)
thouh even if you are able to draw you may not be able to save it propery for future use of the picture you hava drawn
Can you fetch a suitable soltion
My Bst Wishes is being showered

As
CRMK



Hi Marshal ji
Better late than Never
Please  suggest how to save a dile
Thankd
AS
CRMK



1 week ago

Campbell Ritchie wrote:Please supply more information including links to the tutorial.

Why are you using a JDK1.4 tutorial? I would regard JDK1.4 as obsolete.



Hi
Hopefully I am  forwarding your request with my festival BestWishes
No matter if a platform is old or new
According to me old is gold

http://www.manning.com/travis/PicoDraw.java a sample src in chapter4
Please go to Chapter 4 and see if you can compile succesdfully and get the Console board for output(ready for drawing)
thouh even if you are able to draw you may not be able to save it propery for future use of the picture you hava drawn
Can you fetch a suitable soltion
My Bst Wishes is being showered

As
CRMK
1 week ago


Hi

I tried to compile PicoDraw.java prg THis uses jnlp file as well as SandboxMy requet is to find out if any body succesfully compiled and got the output for drawing
If so can you please dhoe the stc  as i couls not get the latestvesion.T
Thankd
CRMK
1 week ago

Campbell Ritchie wrote:Welcome to you both; I hope you haveer.



Hi
Very splenid iand magnanimous
May i request the almighty  for a  very nice session
Best Wishes to the power of 100
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CRMK
Hi
Launching a new operating system inli-eu of its slowness. has resulted for the loosing  No backup is available

Please make your good offices to let me get the serup hile for java 1,8
My thanks
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CRMK
3 weeks ago
Hi

My wholr java prgs are lost Also iI am not gettig  setuppage for launching
Please suggest me an easiesst setup for downlosing
and launchiung
Thanks  and pranams
CRMK
3 weeks ago

Tim Cooke wrote:This week, we're delighted to have Mark Volkmann helping to answer questions about the new book
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No matter wherher hard questions or easy euestions let session be splendid and useful to our Ranchpersons
I sincerely pray the alnighty sfowering Ny BestWishes
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CRMK

Tim Cooke wrote:This week, we're delighted to have Scott Selikoff & Jeanne Boyarsky helping to answer questions



Hi reputedAutor

To day being FirstSeptemner,,on behalf of the Forum I wish a very splenfid seession that makes everyone happy and knowledgable

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CRMK

Henry Wong wrote:
This week, we're delighted to have Christian Clausen helping to answer questions about the new book [url=https://www.manning.com/books/five-lines-of-code?



Hi

With a lot of BestWishesfor the  book that  seems to be an easy guide for the busypersons

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CRMK

Jeanne Boyarsky wrote:This week, we're delighted to have Dylan Shields



Hi
This book needs a very High praise since it talks about the most  of  latest Security methos
that is  most vital under the present scenerios prevailing
My Best Wishes

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CRMK

3 months ago

Campbell Ritchie wrote:Welcome I hope you have lots of awkward interesting questions.



My pranams .I am late.Shouls i have to sing Sayanora song now.But still my goodwishes allways remain

especially for this Scintilating Book.

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CRMK
3 months ago

Henry Wong wrote:
This week, we're delighted to have Deepak Vohra helping to answer questions about the new book



Hi
Let a delightfull yet a powerfull interesting  with full of glamourous seesion be  in full swing at the esteemed RanchForum
BestWishes
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CRMK
5 months ago

Tim Cooke wrote:This week, we're delighted to have Robert C Martin helping to answer questions about the new book


Hi
Best Wishes and hopefully a very enchanting session for the esteemedRanch Forum


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CRMK