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Hey! The website already exists or you will create it, and do you have any examples of what kind of price checker you would like to integrate, because I have created an web version of crypto tracking app
I've tried downloading jdk-8u161-windows-x64 and jdk-8u162-windows-x64 and they dont pop up in my folders when i browse for files to insert, i have an asus notebook could i ave possibly downloaded the wrong bit for the program or have i downloaded the wrong file all together? Please help, -Rookie
It does not depend upon the manufacturer of your machine, rather the architecture they have manufactured. On Windows machine, go to PC properties, and check what OS you have. If it says something like, x64, then you have it right otherwise consider the 32-bit version of the JDK.
Remember, — apart from the pain that Java programming causes — the most painful part of Java development is being told that JDK is not found. The main issue of this is that you might have not set the JAVA_HOME environment variable, you need to have that set in order to allow your Java programs to run successfully.
Apart from these, I do not see any reason what might cause NetBeans to not start and cause an issue with your, or due to you JDK. If this does not resolve the problem please share the error message you get.
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Does anyone know of an app that can read a QR code and can access the device's unique ID (either phone number, mac address, or...).
On the other hand, I suppose I could use a cookie (that expires after 24 hours or something like that) to identify a device...
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