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J2ME

A simple question that immediately responds: “No, we do not need it.” If it is possible, however, is quite another matter. Really, it is an interesting challenge changing the interface of the calculator in a way that can attract and impress the user of perhaps one of the most widely used and useful software in an operational environment. Over the years, the calculator’s user interface has...
on Sep 28, 2012
It was a Sunday morning when finally I decided to organize some books that had been scattered in cartons for a long time. I wanted to put them on the bookshelf, when I saw three books that were not mine. I was surprised! Those books brought back memories when I was a boy in high school. I was remembering that I had borrowed those books a long time ago and never returned to their owner. Sure, the...
on Sep 10, 2009