|Submitted on: 11/20/2003 6:25:54 PM |
By: Steven McElrea
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Compatibility:Java (JDK 1.1), Java (JDK 1.2)
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| A simple example on how to send strings using BufferedReader and BufferedWriter. This example takes 5 strings, put them all together using ":" as a separator for the String Split methode, then prints it on the console. To run this little example, choose Server, go back to your JBuilder (JCreator...or whatever)run it again choose Client. You'll see that on connect there's some information sent. You can choose to send it again by clinking the Send button. The fun of this little thing, both client and server side are incorporated in the same bit of code... Hope it helps. Be gentle with the comments...This is my first Java app. :)|
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|12/12/2003 9:57:32 AM:|
hye...i am a beginner in java
i dunno anything about java
explain to me briefly what is java is
can we make a java coding
|1/4/2004 3:49:50 PM:|
Your code would be much easier to
follow if you included a few comments.
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