Other Entries by Ronald Holland (from psc cd).

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  A Basic Calculator Application IIIA Basic Calculator Application IIIJava (JDK 1.2), Java (JDK 1.3), Java (JDK 1.4)Beginner /
Ronald Holland (from psc cd)
10815 since
1/5/2015 12:29:00 AM

By 5 Users

       Updated 3/14/09 to fix a bug in the Pow calculation. This is a very nice calculator. This code allows the user to enter multiple operations before hitting the =s button. This an advanced version of the basic Calculator using Swing II example and it has a ...(description truncated)Click here to see a screenshot of this code!(ScreenShot)
 
 
  A Basic Calculator Using Swing - Part IIA Basic Calculator Using Swing - Part IIJava (JDK 1.2), Java (JDK 1.3), Java (JDK 1.4)Intermediate /
Ronald Holland (from psc cd)
7573 since
1/3/2015 3:14:00 PM

By 5 Users

       Updated 03/14/09 to fix a bug with the Pow calculation. This update allows for a more transparent use of chained operations. This is a very nice calculator. This code allows the user to enter multiple operations before hitting the =s button. A basic Calcu ...(description truncated)Click here to see a screenshot of this code!(ScreenShot)
 
 
  A basic Client Server applicationA basic Client Server applicationJava (JDK 1.2), Java (JDK 1.3), Java (JDK 1.4)Beginner /
Ronald Holland (from psc cd)
8938 since
1/3/2015 6:03:00 PM

By 23 Users

       Updated 5/29/09. This example shows you how to build a basic client/server application. This example sends a message from the Client to the Server and the Server acknowledges the receipt of the message. The source and a tutorial are included.Click here to see a screenshot of this code!(ScreenShot)
 
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  A basic Client Server Application IIIA basic Client Server Application IIIJava (JDK 1.2), Java (JDK 1.3)Beginner /
Ronald Holland (from psc cd)
5562 since
1/3/2015 7:18:00 PM

By 3 Users

       Updated 08/01/06 to make some of the code more efficient work better. Updated 11/27/04 to loop on adds/updates/deletes. This version III example shows you how to build a basic client/server address application using persistent data. The client sends an ac ...(description truncated)Click here to see a screenshot of this code!(ScreenShot)
 
 
  A Basic CS Hardware Store IIIA Basic CS Hardware Store IIIJava (JDK 1.2), Java (JDK 1.3), Java (JDK 1.4)Intermediate /
Ronald Holland (from psc cd)
5687 since
1/3/2015 4:00:00 PM

By 7 Users

       Rewritten on 08/30/06 In this rewrite, the GUI is virtually the same, but the underlying code has had a major rewrite. In the previous version, there was one table. In this version, we have gone to multiple tables, where a table represents one tool, which ...(description truncated)Click here to see a screenshot of this code!(ScreenShot)
 
 
  A Basic Linked List IA Basic Linked List IJava (JDK 1.3)Beginner /
Ronald Holland (from psc cd)
4835 since
1/4/2015 9:57:00 AM

By 2 Users

       This is an introduction to Linked Lists. This is the first of a set of tutorials that will build on the preceding tutorial. The end result is a Car Parts application that uses a Linked List and random access to create and maintain persistent data. This ve ...(description truncated)Click here to see a screenshot of this code!(ScreenShot)
 
 
  A Basic Multithread programA Basic Multithread programJava (JDK 1.3), Java (JDK 1.4)Beginner /
Ronald Holland (from psc cd)
5081 since
1/4/2015 9:35:00 PM

By 3 Users

       This tutorial - This tutorial builds on the ThreadLifeCycle_III class developed in the last tutorial and does two things: 1. Takes the ThreadLifeCycle_III class and expands it so that this program can be run as both an applet and as an application. 2. ...(description truncated)Click here to see a screenshot of this code!(ScreenShot)
 
 
  A basic Multithreaded Client Server II applicationA basic Multithreaded Client Server II applicationJava (JDK 1.4)Intermediate /
Ronald Holland (from psc cd)
5823 since
1/4/2015 10:30:00 PM

By 5 Users

       The purpose of the tutorial is to show you how to build a multithreaded client server application that responds to requests from clients that use either TCP/IP or HTTP protocols. Normally, TCP/IP is used with applications (programs with a main() method) a ...(description truncated)Click here to see a screenshot of this code!(ScreenShot)
 


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