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Introduction: This page will talk about Java keywords including Return, Public, Private, Static and Case. What are keywords? The keywords in Java are used to serve a certain purpose (depending on which keyword is used). Not all keywords are used in the same places and some are bound to certain statements. Consistencies The only thing these keywords have in common is that when they are used, they...
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Introduction: This page will teach you about using the Date import in Java to output or get the current Time and/or Date. When is this needed? Adding a simple clock or date counter to an application adds a slightly more professional look to the overall appeal of the program, as well as having the time handy is always a good thing. What imports are needed? The imports we need to get the current...
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Introduction: This page will teach you about reading from text files in Java. What is used for reading from text files? There are many ways to read from text files in Java but the way I will talk about is using BufferedReader with FileReaders. Because of this we need to import two namespaces as well as two extra namespaces used for separate exceptions; import java.io.BufferedReader ; import java...
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Introduction: This page will teach you about the Try and Catch statements in Java. What is a Try and Catch statement? A Try and Catch statement is a very handy statement which allows the program to handle errors and warnings thrown by the scripts. Each Try and Catch statement contains the block of script to handle, a single or multiple exception(s) followed by block(s) of script which are...
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Introduction: Welcome, this page will talk about Debugging a program. When is debugging needed? Whenever a program is not running correctly, freezing, hanging, crashing, giving errors or behaving unexpectedly, it needs to be debugged. Debugging in Java is the process of removing bugs from a script. How to debug: For the purposes of this example, I am going to create a very simple "mistake" of...
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Introduction: This tutorial page will talk about the short hand version of an if else statement. Important: I highly recommend you read through the If Else tutorial page before reading this tutorial. How is the short hand if else statement structured? The short hand version of an if else statement is used through a couple of symbols, here is the layout of the statement; Action (setting a variable...
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Introduction: Welcome to a tutorial page on how to use a Switch statement within Java. What is a Switch statement? A Switch statement is used to check multiple cases or conditions for a particular instance. In Java 7, switch statements can be used for Strings and Integers whereas older versions of Java can only use Integers in a switch statement. When is a Switch statement used? A switch...
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Introduction: Welcome! This tutorial page will teach you about the "Return" keyword in Java. What is a 'keyword'? A keyword is a word which already has a set/pre-defined action within Java. For example; public is a keyword which allows other classes to access the public variable or function/method. So, what does the "Return" do? Return is used to send a value back from a method or function to the...
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This is a HTML/PHP/MySQL Hospital Management System. It is a full well developed system that can be used in any hospital. This is very helpful system. Please feel free to explore and develop if you want to add some features. Hope you learn from this.
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PayCal.ocx is a simple payroll component. It is designed for the Philippines Payroll market. There is a simple Vb6 test project included to try out the component. There is also an Excel spreadsheet project to demonstrate it as well. If you examine the source code of the test project it will help you to use this component in your own project. Register the component on your computer and add it to...

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