Posts Tagged "Java"

Avoid Tying Classes to Your Forms

So you have a great class written and you want to integrate it into your project. Whether it be C#, Java, VB even C++ you may have asked yourself "How do I go about getting my class to update my form controls?" or "How do I get the class to change something on my interface or another class?" It is a common question asked on the board and the answer ...

Search a Text File in Java

File handling can be a bit daunting to the beginner. We all know what a file is, but how to access and use even the simplest text files through a program can make our brains go to mush. That is because programs see files as streams of data. It opens access to a file and pulls in that data as a stream in either chunks or in a serial (single ...

Zippity Do Dah, Zipping with Java, Yay!

My oh my what a wonderful code day! Welcome to another entry of my blog and I hope you have enjoyed your stay. Before we cover todays topic of creating zip files in Java I wanted to thank everyone who has subscribed to my blog and added links through their websites. I appreciate the support and enjoy bringing you on a journey through this vast programming world. We have tamed ...

Find High / Low Value in Array (Definitive Series)

Welcome to another kick ass entry of the Programming Underground. On today's entry we explore a basic way to find the high and low values in an array as part of our Definitive Series. For those of you who are not familiar with my Definitive Series, it is the exploration of a concept and examples provided for 5 major languages (C++/C#/VB.NET/Java/PHP). Doing a search on my blog will also uncover ...

Train / Bus Reservation Example in Java

ALLLLLL ABOARD! Buy your tickets right here for the DIC train of love. In this episode we talk about a problem that pops up once in awhile on the boards, a seat reservation system. People have their preferences and the DIC train is no different. Some people like the windows, some people like the aisle seats and some even like to hang out there in the caboose (Yeah you know ...

Building Shapes With Loops

From time to time it has been asked how to build standard 2D shapes with simple loops. It could be a rectangle of some sort or a right / equilateral triangle. Maybe even a triangle that is facing the left rather than facing the right. Even the diamond pattern is a good one asked by many instructors around. But why on Earth would instructors ask you to build these types ...