ap ye file apna id likh ke kerdo ye bilkul tk ha
ya file download nhi ho rhi
yar ye download nai ho rahi ha plz
please guys help me ...i have net beans ...full codding java as well but i really dont know what to do ...please step by step procedure write ker de koi ....thank you very much ...last time i couldn't submit my assignment cos i didn't know how to work with java ...this time same problem hai
ap kuch bhe na kro ye attach ment download ker ke is ko rename ker do apne id se r post ker do
ye bilkul correct code ha
yar ye download nai ho rahi ha pleeeeeeeeeeeeez
Means u r repeating the same thing again. what you learnt from last time? if you still doing same thing.
What is impossible in today? only one thing that students dont want to pay attention. Check the foreigners and other Indians comments on VU videos on different blogs they are learning from VU videos and you guys u even unable to compile complete written program even Java is not your first programming language.
If you only try to google "how to compile java program on windows" you will definitely see first link on that following so many links......
Sorry students but you will often see this bitter reality in my wording until I am posting on this blog.
Now. Check my latest comment on this.
Use below input.txt file by keeping it on C drive root
and Test.java is attached once again along with code explanation line by line in PDF file.
For God sake pay attention to your video lectures so that you never face this issue in next assignments. I am not going to provide complete solution every time. i have seen its useless to put effort for those who dont want to understand the logic.
CS506 is reflection of CS201, in last semester i taught Java as OOP language to MCS at UMT and the first assignment in class one was download all CS201 assignments (first 8 lectures) of VU and convert those in Java.
so CS506 is entirely reflecting CS201.
same suggestion for you all that do the same activity which I given as graded assignment to MCS.
fr = new FileReader("C:/input.txt");
fr = new FileReader("input.txt");
and you can keep the input.txt file in the same folder where you have kept Test.java
As instructor said both files should be in a zip file it means both files should be in the same directory
yes in endorse your comment. that if you put everything in same folder no need to provide any path