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@softwarenginner
Wants to become a software engineer at Google
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SHA-256
SHA-256SHA-256 Generator Using Java
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This is a loading made in HTML, CSS, JavaScript.
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This is a loading screen for people who is looking for a loading screen for web development. It contains HTML, Css code. They are both in 1 file so yo
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Made with HTML,Css
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Made with HTML,CSS
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Made with HTML, CSS
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Made with HTML, Css
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Noice2 years ago
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Custom email field made with HTML, CSS
VMTU
VMTU
Nice2 years ago
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Digital clock and made with HTML, CSS, JAVASCRIPT
RolandJLevy
RolandJLevy
Hi @softwarenginner, I like your digital clock. However, the code won't run because the spelling of the word length in the for loops is spelt wrong. Also, you need to remove the `` tags from the script.js file2 years ago
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Guys how to Creating a text view on every button click in android
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3 years ago
So I am trying to create a EditText in android. But it is going to create everytime you click on a button or a image Thank you
Jet1234
Jet1234
msg.reply("aaa") m.edit("aaaa")2 years ago
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3 years ago
I would like to create a file and if it is the first time opening or running the code it will create a file then when the user enters data when user c
SixBeeps
SixBeeps
First, import java.io.\* and java.util.\* Getting a file's contents File myFile = new File("path/to/file.txt"); Scanner fileReader = new Scanner(myFile); String fileContents = ""; // File contents will be stored in here while (fileReader.hasNextLine()) fileContents += fileReader.nextLine(); Setting a file's contents Note: This will create the file if it doesn't already exist FileWriter fileWrite = new FileWriter("path/to/output.txt"); fileWrite.write("Here are some file contents!"); `3 years ago
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3 years ago
Hello guys, I am trying to create an app but when I try to click on an a image I want to show a popup menu. if you did not understand it you can go t
SixBeeps
SixBeeps
The GDrive link you provided is private3 years ago
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3 years ago
I am trying to do a pop up when click on a image in android can you help me
SixBeeps
SixBeeps
Are you talking about doing something in HTML or Android Studio?3 years ago
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3 years ago
I am trying to understant what is DAO data access object and I did not learn it can you explain me by giving some examples.
elonmaks
elonmaks
Hi, @softwarenginner DAO is a pattern where you isolate persistence related operations from the rest of your application. It's a way to design a data handling component DAO (Data access object) is a design pattern which helps you to centralize and decouple your data access layer. Here is pic of how it works down below: sowtenginner1 Implenatation of it: 1) Account Entity. 2) DAO interface operations (Abstract methods) softwareinginner_code1 I hope it will help you to understand. 3 years ago
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3 years ago
Guys I have 0 idea what is a adapter I been searching for like 30 min and I did not find a good example. Please can you please explain me what is a ad
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3 years ago
I don't know what is URI in android I mean I look up tutorials online but I did not understant them. Can you guys explain me clearly what does it mean
ash15khng
ash15khng
It stands for Uniform Resource Identifier, and URLs (Uniform Resource Locators) are the most common versions of it. Basically it's a string of characters that can be used to identify any resource and it is called uniform because the format is always the same. For example: https://www.google.com is a URL and it can be used to identify the Google homepage (which is the resource in this case) Hopefully this makes sense?3 years ago
Highwayman
Highwayman
Funny, I’m actually looking at that stuff rn lol https://tools.ietf.org/pdf/rfc3986.pdf3 years ago
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3 years ago
So I wonder I don't know what does super mean in android and where to use it. I look up tutorials but I did not understant can you guys explain me mor
AlephZero
AlephZero
super in android development and in Java in general, refers to the parent object. For example, if you have a class Dog which inherits from class Animal, you can call super.foo() inside Dog to call the foo function in class Animal.3 years ago
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3 years ago
So when I write a long text it goes right to left but how can I adjust the text I don't want to text to go all the way to the right. I want to skip a
SixBeeps
SixBeeps
Something like this? image3 years ago
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3 years ago
Hello, Guys I am looking for a basic java programming ideas. It is easy to and it is for new java beginners. Please write all the ideas you have THA
favtutoronline
favtutoronline
Here are some of the good ideas for java projects: *Temperature Converter *Memory Game *Supermarket Billing Software *Student Management System You can check more java projects ideas for beginners here.2 years ago
JacobMacLeod
JacobMacLeod
Another idea would be to make a program that stores a password as a variable, then takes a string and tries to see if the password is contained in the string. For example, if the word is 'dog' then the string could be 'The wolf howls as the dog barks'3 years ago
JacobMacLeod
JacobMacLeod
You could make a Ceasar cypher? You could put all the letters of the alphabet into an array and create a string with a phrase. You could then do: for each letter in string_variable { newPhrase = letterArray(letter in string+n) } sys.out(newPhrase) ('n' is a number) For an extra challenge, you could allow the user to input their own number to be stored as 'n'3 years ago