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FAQs vs. Forums What's the difference between a FAQ and a Forum?
If you've discovered a bug in the course or feel that something can be explained better, you can send email to the address specified on the tutorial's cover page: Please send comment...more
The JavaServer Pages and Servlets FAQs are far and away the most popular.
If i get a 'server error' while submitting question, will I have to resend my message later, or will it be processed anyway?
If you get a server error while submitting anything, please click on the Contact link in the left gutter and let us know. I would have to say whether or not the submission was accepted depends on ...more
Instead of dragging the link to the toolbar, as mentioned on the Getting The "jGuru This!" Button On Your Toolbar page, you'll need to just bookmark the link. Then, whenever you click on...more
I / my group is trying to come up with a Java / Web project to do. Can you come up with a project for us to do?
No. Consider approaching a local non-profit organization and offer your services to get them online, or do more with what they already have online. The smaller groups would just love to have the h...more
Newsgroups and mailing lists are good places for this. FAQs aren't. Check out I have a question that is very specific to my situation and not appropriate for a general purpose FAQ, where can I go...more
According to the JavaPC FAQ, it supports version Java 1.1. However, according to the archives of the Java PC Discussion mailing list, there hasn't been any traffic on the list since November 1999....more
Search jGuru for FAQs which may already answer your question.[Search Home] If your question is a minor variation of an existing FAQ question and the answer ...more
JavaPOS is a specialized Java standard for the retail point of sale community. You can find out more about the standard from http://www.javapos.com/.more
The acronym FAQ stands for Frequently Asked Question. A FAQ is thus a list of frequently asked questions with answers. A question does not become frequently asked just because you ask the question...more
If you copy something verbatim, you will need a "(C)Copyright jGuru, 1999-2000" notice. For specific FAQs, you should mention the site and the author of the source, including a URL for ...more
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If you click on the Advanced Search link under any of the site Search boxes, this will allow you to search all the site content at once. This includes the FAQs, news entries in the P...more
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