Comment on Tutorial - The MIDP Networking Model in J2ME By Emiley J



Comment Added by : Nanda

Comment Added at : 2007-11-02 04:58:30

Comment on Tutorial : The MIDP Networking Model in J2ME By Emiley J
Hi,
this is excellent stuff and I highly appreciate your efforts. Consider giving a generic solution or code base to the problems posted by users / developers who post their issues here? Not a bad idea I guess.
Still, a best of the efforts have been made so far.


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