Lecture07 - Java Programming, 3e Concepts and Techniques...

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Java Programming, 3e Concepts and Techniques Chapter 2 Creating a Java Application and Applet (IV) ICTN 2730 Lecture 07 01/28/07
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Chapter 2: Creating a Java Application and Applet 2 Assignments Read lecture notes and chapter 2. Homework 1 grades are available. Please check the ICTN 2730 forum on Blackboard for sample solutions. Homework 2 is due Wednesday. Please start early. Discussion questions are worth more points than “record” questions. Use indentations to make programs clean and readable (5 pts).
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Chapter 2: Creating a Java Application and Applet Tips of the Day Absolute (full) path: in reference to the root directory / . /home/testuser/public_html/homework2/Applet1.html Relative path: relative to the current directory If the current directory is /home/testuser/public_html, which of the following is the correct relative path for Applet1.html? (a) /homework2/Applet1.html (b) homework2/Applet1.html (c) ./homework2/Applet1.html 3
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Chapter 2: Creating a Java Application and Applet Tips of the Day Type pwd to print the current working directory. Assume it is /home/testuser/public_html, to edit the file Applet1.html, you can type (a) nano /home/testuser/public_html/homework2/Applet1.html (b) nano homework2/Applet1.html (c) cd homework2 nano Applet1.html Type ls to list the directory content
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Chapter 2: Creating a Java Application and Applet 5 Editing the Source Code
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Chapter 2: Creating a Java Application and Applet 6 Debugging the Solution System Errors System command is not set properly Software is installed incorrectly Location of stored files is not accessible (check path)
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This note was uploaded on 04/29/2008 for the course ICTN 2730 taught by Professor Li during the Spring '08 term at East Carolina University .

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Lecture07 - Java Programming, 3e Concepts and Techniques...

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