Ron McLeod wrote:This code is from the download page:
Tim Holloway wrote:Or, download and run this jar: http://www.nvidia.com/services_toolkit/ShimGenLocal/NVJavaDetect/0.1/NV_JavaDetect.32.jar
its main class is NvJavaDetect.class
Norm Radder wrote:
what the Nvidia website is trying to execute.
Can you view the source of the html file sent to your browser? Does it have any references to applet?
Are you getting any messages? Please copy the full text and paste it here.
Norm Radder wrote:Are you trying to execute an Applet that is referenced in an html page?
Norm Radder wrote:The JRE installs I have done make entries in the Windows registry that I assume allow a browser to find the JVM for Applets.
Tim Holloway wrote:I hope But if the auto-detection process requires an applet, then it's probably out of date anyway. And even if it's a stand-alone Java Application, there's something odd.
Are you trying to have a browser execute an applet in an html page using a JDK? I thought the browser would use a JRE.
The latest JDK versions, even those from Oracle, come without the applet viewer. It was still mentioned in Java 10, then no longer in Java 11.
Campbell Ritchie wrote:You can't. You have to write Arrays.toString(...)
Manishii yadav wrote:Hi
Can anyone share the link where lambda expression nicely explained?
Campbell Ritchie wrote:But there is a more efficient way to total those numbers.
Campbell Ritchie wrote:How do you know you will want loops? Isn't that jumping ahead a bit?
Anton Plotnikov wrote:i want write this function.
what code do I need to insert?
Omas Sakau wrote:
Stephan van Hulst wrote:No, it wouldn't. If you leave @FunctionalInterface and remove @Override, you get this error message:
Campbell Ritchie wrote:As you will see, that becomes a compiler error because of the access modifier.
Did you read the JLS llink from Friday? The interface doesn't have an implicit clone() method to override.