The TextBox class is a Screen that allows the user to enter and edit text whereas A TextField is an editable text component that may be placed into a Form.
<J2ME> //Begin the body of the program here <Midlet> //This is where the midlet code goes </start-app> </pause-app> </destory-app> </midlet> </J2ME>
You can get help with J2me using the forums on sun microsystems website you can either search for Java Sun Forums on google or follow this link http://forum.java.sun.com/index.jspa Here you can get more information checkout this link http://www.roseindia.net/j2me/
Use System.getProperty("microedition.locale ")
because it is in the Cdac Wimc Corse
No not yet.
you cannot do it. [Creator:NetBeans IDE 7.1.2]
dot net for sure. dotnet is an overall term for C#, VB.Net, C++, J#, ASP.Net, etc. The applications are from web applications down to compact framework. The compact framework (run on Window CE) is the equivalent of J2ME (run on some PDAs only). But if J2SE or J2EE, it would be a wash. If you compare the job opportunities in Canada (the .net) to that of Chicago (the J2ME)... but if you compare Toronto (Window CE) and Chicago (J2ME)...
I think its possible. Because the phone is JAVA(J2ME) enabled. I think it may be possible to create an application in J2ME which will open an "excel sheet".Manjunath B M
Can use BluetoothConnection
core java ,jse.advanced jse,jee and j2me
Mobile project doc ? its not clear which kind docs required , bcoz mobile diff client are there BREW ,WAP,J2me Brew (MIxed the java and c tech) WAP fully java , j2me .. adv, java .
You can find the Java APIs at Sun's website. See related links.