Hello Community, I was just clearing up my (Android) phone and when I was looking in the downloads folder there is an Adobe Acrobat folder and inside of it is a random file I couldn't imagine I've downloaded its name is 'ChandlerIncidentReview.pdf' no a single clue how it got on my phone, I opened it and its a bunch of scanned documents from the Chandler Police Department. The document is about [this](http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3163284/Horrifying-moment-aggressive-Arizona-cop-illegally-enters-home-arrests-mother-terrified-daughter-naked.html) case. How would it had gotten on my phone?

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Hi everyone I have a final exam for my Java class tomorrow and wondering if anyone could tell me if my answers are right? The questions are True/False. Thank you all! 1. True/False — An interface may only contain method headers. 2. True/False — An interface may not contain instance variables. 3. True/False — Interfaces may be extended. 4. True/False — When a class implements an interface, it must implement all of the methods in that interface. 5. True/False — A class can implement only one interface. 6. True/False — A class can extend another class, or implement an interface, …

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Hi Everyone, Starting to write **3D images** using** JOGL **and I can't seem to find any **recent information** and help about **JOGL** and creation. I noticed that most of the terms have changed and it doesn't work. Any **recommendations** on what I could read to help update me and keep me up to speed. Thanks

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Hello! I am very new to Java and programming theory and desperately trying to improve my knowledge. This is the first program I've made without help and really would appreciate some feedback. I know there must be 1,000,000 better ways to do what I did. Notes: - I want to move away from public static void main(String[] args) { } programming. How could I achieve this program using methods and OOP? - I am aware that the Ace should not just be = 11 and give the user the chance to dictate it's value but implementing that would not of …

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Hello, I've been going through K.N. King's [url=http://knking.com/books/c2/index.html]C Programming: A Modern Approach[/url] and, after completing the first 10 chapters, I wanted to give my knowledge a try and write something I've always wanted to: a Hangman game. It turned out more of a "Mystery Word" game, as I haven't created the different phases of the hanging :) This being said, I'm looking for some code review. I want to know how I could have written it better, within the bounds of my current knowledge (no pointers or strings, no file input/output, no use of databases, to name the few constrains …

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The End.