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Found Deals and Discounts / Packtpub $5 Sale on Ebooks and Videos
« on: December 27, 2019, 02:18 AM »
Packtpub is having a $5 promo on all ebooks and videos. You can get a lot of DRM free products though some videos are not especially the 3rd party tutorials.
But you can save a lot with this offer since video usually costs like $100-200. This promo is often available on every end of the year

Living Room / Battery Life vs Expandable Memory (Music Player)
« on: September 11, 2011, 09:38 AM »
Hi guys, I'm choosing between two music players.
One features expandable memory while the other has battery life that
lasts up to 6 hours of playing. Based on your experience, which would you prefer to buy?

and, have you tried 3rd gen ipod clones like these?

what do you consider when buying a music player

Developer's Corner / Forum Concept..
« on: June 24, 2011, 11:02 AM »
Hi guys, nice to see you again.. sorry I haven't posted for a while because I'm busy in work now... for now I'm planning to create a blog site with a forums section.. I would like to ask your help with the forums structure.. here is tree structure..

-- Forums --

 Group : Code Free Area(c)


-General Discussions

-Tech Talkies (technology)

-Softwares section

-Hard Wired (Hardware and Networking)


 Group : Coder's Zone (c)



-Desktop Programming(c)




  -Visual Basic


-Mobile Programming (c)




  -Java ME



-Web Development(c)











c - container .. can't post on them, used to contain subforums

-sub- - sub forums


so any  suggestions?

my other problem is that if I'm going to put them all in one page or separate the main groups in different pages

I'm also thinking which section I'm going to put SEO.,,  ;D

PHP / <Script> tag for PHP?
« on: October 18, 2010, 07:03 AM »
Hi, someone told me that the
Code: PHP [Select]
  1. <script>
tag can also be used for calling php functions... is that true?

Developer's Corner / Going Facebook
« on: June 29, 2010, 07:07 AM »
Hi, to all facebook users, you can join to our groups at:
  ...The last thing we needed is computer enthusiasts.

By the way, I was just wondering, why not integerate facebook here in donationcoder?,, something like you can log in here

using your facebook account? is that possible?

Developer's Corner / Using Cloud Database in a Desktop application
« on: March 05, 2010, 02:59 AM »
We're creating a system using MS VB.NET and we're planning to use an online database as a backup for it. Do you think this is advisable
to use this method?
And what websites do you know that offer online databases such as Microsoft SQL Server 2000? and by the way,
how do you connect to them using a desktop application?

Java / Multiplatform...
« on: February 18, 2010, 04:56 AM »
hi, I am programming in JAVA in windows, I haven't tried it on other OS. Will the object files (.class, .jar) produced in windows run on Linux and other operating systems that support Java? I was thinking that you would have to compile the source code there again.

Developer's Corner / Learning Windows Script Host
« on: November 03, 2009, 02:59 AM »
Hi.. I just came across a book in Windows Script Host and I was just wondering if it is essential
to study it. And what are the benefits of learning WSH?  I would like to know your opinion :-[

Perl / Is Perl still being used?
« on: October 26, 2009, 05:02 AM »
Is perl still being used?.. . it was widely used years ago... who among you are still using this language?

Developer's Corner / What's your Programming Language?
« on: October 26, 2009, 04:44 AM »
So, I just want to know, what is your most preferred language. This is just to find out which is the most preferred ;)

Developer's Corner / The JOptionJazz Project (JAVA)
« on: June 11, 2009, 01:42 AM »

I'm coming up with a program that lets you create and design JOptionPane (particularly message dialogs and confirm dialogs, etc... instantly. What do you think of this idea?....

Developer's Corner / JAVA Palindrome Program
« on: April 02, 2009, 05:46 AM »
A palindrome can be a single word, a verse, a sentence, a series of sentences, or a number that reads the same forward and backward. People have been creating palindromes in all languages since at as early as the third century BC*. Even today, they are still created with the help of all programming languages.
The Program

   So here's the palindrome program, written in JAVA. It lets the user input for a String and then tells the user if it is a palindrome or not. What you see there is just the main module of the program.
BufferedReader input = new BufferedReader(new InputStreamReader(;
System.out.print("Enter Word or Sentence: ");
String temp_text = input.readLine().trim();
StringBuffer text = new StringBuffer(temp_text);
boolean test = (text.toString()).equalsIgnoreCase((text.reverse()).toString());
System.out.println("Not a Palindrome");

   I used the java.util.StringBuffer class in order to use the reverse() method. Since palindromes aren't supposed to be case sensitive, I made use of the equalsIgnoreCase() method.
   The actual source code of the program is still under development
   I've also included an applet version of this program just in case some of you don't have a Java Development Kit(JDK) but still have a Java Runtime Environment(JRE). Mozilla browsers usually have this program installed.

Sample Palindromes: :D

   Can't think of a word or sentence? Try some of these suggested inputs:
   Avid Diva
   Dennis Sinned
   There's just one problem I am trying to solve in this program. Palindromes aren't supposed to be affected by spaces and punctuation marks. This problem could be resolved by the java.util.StringTokenizer class since you can set it to ignore these delimiters. I will post an update as soon as I I get this successfully. I would appreciate your help in this difficult one.
*Desk Reference, the New York Public Library

Developer's Corner / The calCOOLator Program
« on: March 23, 2009, 05:50 AM »
Introducing, the calCOOLator 8) program. It is a program designed to add, subtract, multiply, divide, and get the modulus of two numbers. The program then displays the results on the Text Area. Another feature is that you can save the results in text file format. It is created as a demonstration of process management and disk management.(pretty COOL huh? :D)

This program was inspired from the power Calculator of Windows PowerToys. I am sharing the source code for some improvements since this forum site is also for open source softwares. You just need a Java Compiler(jdk) in order to run this code.
   Right now I am still having a problem with JFileChooser's File Filter. When saving the file, you need to specify what should the extension name be. Maybe you guys could solve that. Also, I still don't know how to put a menu bar so you could also improve that part.
   I've also created an applet version of the program for you to know what it looks like. Just run the HTML file on your web browser. You will need a Java Runtime Environment so that this will work.
calCOOLator(Applet Version)

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