While learning Java I came accross the “final” keyword and wasn’t quite sure what it meant.
On the SWT FAQ there is a how-to for compiling a 64 bit version of SWT for Eclipse, however, it is currently incorrect and took a bit of research and experimentation to sort out.
Here is how to do it (I have copied the original how-to and made edits where appropriate.
In this case, I am using Eclipse 3.5.1 under Kubuntu 9.04.
In this how-to you will extract the SWT source from the CVS repository and build your own binaries.→ Continue reading “Compiling a 64 bit version of SWT for Eclipse”
David J. Eck also provides the source code to a TextIO class that he has written that provides some additional IO features. Click here for an outline of those methods and on that page is also a link to the source. → Continue reading “An Excellent Primer on Both Programming and Java”
I’ve categorized this under the “Motorcycle” heading, however this is true for just about any DOT approved tire for sale in the US.
Here are two great links that describe how to read your tires: