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This edition was published in by Logikal Solutions in USA.

172 pages

This book is meant to provide a much needed tutorial for the OpenSource xBaseJ library. If you have some fundamental Java skills this book can have you developing your own xBaseJ applications in a matter of hours. The xBaseJ library was used by the author to create the FuelSurcharge project on SourceForge.

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This is a much needed tutorial for the xBaseJ class library.

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The Minimum You Need to Know About Java and xBaseJ

This edition was published in by Logikal Solutions in USA.


Edition Description

This book is meant to provide a much needed tutorial for the OpenSource xBaseJ library. If you have some fundamental Java skills this book can have you developing your own xBaseJ applications in a matter of hours. The xBaseJ library was used by the author to create the FuelSurcharge project on SourceForge.

Table of Contents

Introduction
Why This Book? 11
Why xBaseJ? 13
A Brief History of xBASE 15
What is xBASE? 17
Limits, Restrictions, and Gotchas 24
Summary 28
Review Questions 28
Chapter 1
1.1 Our Environment 29
env1 29
1.2 Open or Create? 30
1.3 Example 1 32
example1.java 32
1.4 Exception Handling and Example 1 37
1.5 rollie1.java 39
rollie1.java 39
testRollie1.java 49
1.6 Programming Assignment 1 49
1.7 Size Matters 49
example5.java 49
1.8 Programming Assignment 2 51
1.9 Examining a DBF 51
showMe.java 52
1.10 Programming Assignment 3 61
1.11 Descending Indexes and Index Lifespan 62
doeHistory.java 63
testDoeHistory.java 76
1.12 Programming Assignment 4 82
1.13 Deleting and Packing 83
testpackDoeHistory.java 84
1.14 Programming Assignment 5 88
1.15 Data Integrity 88
1.16 Programming Assignment 6 89
1.17 Summary 90
1.18 Review Questions 91
Chapter 2
2.1 Why This Example? 93
2.2 Supporting Classes 102
MegaDBF.java 102
StatElms.java 106
StatDBF.java 107
MegaXDueElms.java 112
DueSortCompare.java 114
2.3 The Panels 115
MegaXbaseDuePanel.java 115
MegaXbaseBrowsePanel.java 124
MegaXbaseEntryPanel.java 128
2.4 The Import Dialog 153
MegaXImport.java 153
MegaXbase.java 157
testMegaXbase.java 163
2.5 Programming Assignment 1 164
2.6 Programming Assignment 2 165
2.7 Programming Assignment 3 165
2.8 Programming Assignment 4 165
2.9 Summary 165
2.10 Review Questions 167
Chapter 3
3.1 Authoritative Resources 169
3.2 Timestamps on Reports 172
3.3 Doomed to Failure and Too Stupid to Know 176
Appendix A
Answers to Introduction Review Questions 181
Answers to Chapter 1 Review Questions 182
Answers to Chapter 2 Review Questions 185

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OL25663019M
ISBN 13
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August 22, 2020 Edited by ISBNbot2 normalize ISBN
March 21, 2015 Edited by Roland Hughes Updated author which seems to not take the first time one does it
March 21, 2015 Edited by Roland Hughes This time TOC will line up for sure!
March 21, 2015 Edited by Roland Hughes still trying to get the TOC to format correctly
March 21, 2015 Created by Roland Hughes Added new book.