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Actually my boss has assigned me to create a J2ME based application to track GPS
coordinates and I have learned J2ME and could you please tell me where to start.
 
Tell me immediately on <removed>@gmail.com
Posted 8-Feb-13 4:00am
Edited 8-Feb-13 4:03am
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André Kraak at 8-Feb-13 9:03am
   
Please DO NOT SHOUT when asking a question. When you use all capital letters it is seen as shouting on the Internet and considered rude. Next time when posting a question please use proper capitalization.
 
You should not post your e-mail address on a public forum, unless you want to test your spam filter.
If someone comments on or answer your question you will be notified by an e-mail.
Surendra.pal786 at 8-Feb-13 9:34am
   
ok sir acctually i don't know that thing but i'll keep ur thing in my mind
and thx to help ,me u tell me right i should not write my mail id
but ity has done so what to do next????
Marcus Kramer at 8-Feb-13 9:16am
   
"Tell me immediately". It may be a language issue, but the sucking up in the subject and then the demand for immediate response in the body of your question comes across as a little bit rude. You could start by not doing that.
Surendra.pal786 at 8-Feb-13 9:34am
   
thnx dear but i'll say thnx to you....
Marcus Kramer at 8-Feb-13 9:51am
   
Just a note, and I understand completely that it is just a language issue, in english it is not really a good thing for one professional to call another professional "dear". When you want to talk to someone in english, it is great to say thanks, but just leave out the dear. Cheers. (I don't write a lot of java stuff so I can't really help you on your specific question.)
LokoLuke at 8-Feb-13 12:03pm
   
You will need to download java JRE/SDK and maybe Eclipse or Netbeans IDE. Then install the J2ME addins for the IDE and you will need the emulator also. When Thats all done you should find a few tutorials. Also the fact you were asked to use J2ME to do this sounds a bit strange... maybe you should consider using an os specific language (Android, IOS, Windows)

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