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Hi, I'm considering writing a java applet that has a chess board and lets people solve puzzles. There are chess engines that are free that could be the AI to play against and they come in executable files (console apps) compiled for both Mac and Windows. Now i have a java stand alone chess board program that lets the user open engines and play against them they own on their computer using Runtime(); If i did an applet because i want it on a web page coudl i package one of these engines( its maybe 250 kilobytes) into the java …

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Hi! I'm new here, I have been stuck on this for about to weeks. I am trying to replicate something like the [URL="http://humblebundle.com/"]humble bundle's[/URL] website, where they give you a url like [url]http://humblebundle.com/?key=hj2qg4j2h34234[/url] and you can access the page. I have tried for about 2 weeks but can't figure it out, I know it uses mysql, has anyone seen a script for something like this? Or can anyone give me some code that does this please? Thanks, _8Bit

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Hy, I have a .properties file with a key-value defined like this: [icode]my_property.value=text text text bla bla bla {0} qwerty {1}.[/icode] I need to know what class should I use if I want to read the value and insert parameters in {0} and {1}. In the past I used to work with this, but I cannot remember what class I used to solve this. Thanks in advance! BR, end3r

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Hello, everyone! I am unable to start a OSGI bundle. I'm using Apache Felix and this is my bundle: 1) Activator.java [code=java] package Example2; import java.util.Properties; import org.osgi.framework.BundleActivator; import org.osgi.framework.BundleContext; import Example2.Service.IDictionaryService; /** * This is the bundle. * @author Pierre-Alexandre * */ public class Activator implements BundleActivator { public Activator() { } @Override public void start(BundleContext context) throws Exception { Properties props = new Properties(); props.put("Language", "Hockey"); context.registerService(IDictionaryService.class.getName(), new HockeyDictionary(), props); } @Override public void stop(BundleContext context) throws Exception { } /** * This a private implementation of the IDictionaryService. * @author Pierre-Alexandre */ private static class HockeyDictionary implements …

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That's right, free. And if it's free, it's for me. Software promoter MacHeist is my new best friend, and for the next five days is giving away [url=http://www.macheist.com/]nanoBundle[/url], a package of six Mac OS X applications including the highly-rated Twitterrific, which normally sells for US$15. In all, $154 worth of applications for your Mac OS X (10.4 or higher) for nothing. Nada. Gratis. Free, as in beer. But tap it while you can; the keg runs dry this Friday the 13th. In addition to Iconfactory's Twitterrific, which is also available for iPhone, the nanoBundle includes two word processors (one of …

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