RE: Why Java?by (no login)
Well you're right, that I'm not a Java programmer.
The reason for asking for a converter/compiler to Java is, that I see Java used just about everywhere these days, on computers, for web-apps, on smartphones and so on.
The present project, is intended to run from my homepage, as kind of a "lottery machine" where the user can input i.e. that he has a car, a bicycle and a skateboard in a 'transport' category - and that he has a cat, a dog, and a turtle for pets, in a 'pet' category, and finally that he has a grocery store, a supermarket, and a bakery shop within reach, in a 'target' category.
The joke being, that he will get a randomized selection, like i.e. "Ride your bicycle to the supermarket, with your cat on a leash".
For this project the app should be able to handle (almost) any number of text strings, and for some of the strings, a numeric value (1-10) attached to the string, as well as handling a randomize.
Does this answer your question? ;oD
|Response Title||Author and Date|
|RE: Why Java?||on Jul 18|
|If you're familiar with Basic, then you can try using Visual Basic.NET||Solitaire on Jul 18|
|It sounds like you could use a server side application.||on Jul 18|
|*2 more links(URL)||on Jul 18|
|Java is the wrong choice for this, IMHO||Pharoah on Jul 21|
|I'm still not exactly sure what he is trying to do.||on Jul 21|
|I agree that server side would be the best choice for this||Pharoah on Jul 21|