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comment "Always on Top" Windows with Java
@MMJZ haha true. Actually I'm surprised I didn't do it for the args declaration. I always use space after parenthesis. This is a very very old habit that I develop back in the days I used notepad to program. Double clicking on a word would select the parenthesis if there is no space between, which was very annoying because I had to delete them afterwards if what I intended to do was re-use the variable somewhere else.
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comment Guid.NewGuid() vs. new Guid()
+1 I didn't knew that :)
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revised synchronized block vs synchronized method?
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revised Responsive web design, how does it work?
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comment Java: Could not find or load main class
Just to avoid you having the same problem later. Is is not the dots, but the colon. This works properly java -cp /some.path/ Blah but this doesn't java -cp /some:path Blah You have to either use quotes or escape it: java "/some/path" Blah" or java /some\:path Blah`
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revised Java: Could not find or load main class
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comment Java: Could not find or load main class
Or probably it could be the path contains : which is a directory separator in unix
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comment Java: Could not find or load main class
ummm... did you read my answer? You have two very different directories there. Isn't that the problem?
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