Specialization in one library works well if a company wants that specialization but more want general knowledge instead. Micro-services, if you actually do that end to end, provide a general knowledge of more technologies along with the micro-services idiom itself.
I have four simple computations in my program. All integer results. I want the output to be right justified but it ain't looking that way.
Right now the 5 underneath the 30 looks like it's being placed between the 3 and the 0 (in the above number 30). The -10 looks like it is being correctly right justified. The -10 looks like it is being correctly right justified with the 30. And the 200 takes up the maximum field width of 3 which I have set.
My output has a ragged right appearance so I don't know where I'm going wrong.
My code looks like this:
public class FormattingOutput
public static void main(String args)
int a, b, c, d;
a = 10 + 20;
b = 10 - 5;
c = 10 - 20;
d = 10 * 20;
I have a java application that uses jar files Jetty, Jersey, hazelcast, and etc. I am trying to create an uber jar out of it that can : 1- execute using java command 2- can be imported into new project’s class path
I have tried One-Jar, but since it uses a class loader, when the One-Jar is added to a project’s class path in eclipse, eclipse does not recognize the content of the jar files inside the One-Jar.
I have tried One-Jar, but since it uses a class loader
If you have a custom class loader (yours or someone elses that you are using) then it seems very likely that you are using it incorrectly in relation to jars if eclipse is not loading the jar (tagging missing dependencies.)
If you are not using a custom class loader then your mention of that is not clear.
I have tried everything I can think of to get my project to work but I cant figure it out. Does anybody know how to solve this project:
Create an application that uses a graphic interface to capture employee data and
writes that data to a random access output file. The data required for each
employee includes an employee ID number from 1 through 99 inclusive, the first
and last names of the employee, and the employee’s hourly pay rate. Allow the user to enter data one record at a time and to click a button to save each record.
Save the class as CreateRandomEmployeeFile.java.
b. Create an application that allows the user to enter an employee ID number.
When the user clicks a button, display all the stored data for the employee. Save
the file as ReadRandomEmployeeFile.java
So, I am in the process of developing a library that can open, edit, and save WAV files, called JWAVE. I have implemented the first method, changeSpeed(), and it works very well. It's fast and accurate, but only when the change in speed is positive. Generally, when the change in speed is negative, and it repeats samples every so often to emulate slowing down, it is rough.
What is the best way to interpolate to make it as smooth as possible? Here is the GitHub:GitHub - Donald-Tho/JWave: like WaveFile, but not.[^]
Hi, After I create a dll file for a project (I tested it and it is working), can I use the same DLL file in a different project simply by adding it in the files (ofc changing the path from System.load in java)?
Edit: I'm asking because I tried it, but I get "UnsatisfiedLinkError" when I'm using a dll made from a different project, BUT with the exact same code. Or I need to add something to make it be usable in multiple project?