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revised Can't construct a java object due to "Invalid tag" error
dylexic clarifications
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revised Can't construct a java object due to "Invalid tag" error
dylexic clarifications
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answered Can't construct a java object due to "Invalid tag" error
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comment How much is one inch in Blender Python
I believe this is a duplicate. See question/answer here: blender.stackexchange.com/questions/1070/…
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answered Independent input/output in terminal with java
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comment Independent input/output in terminal with java
I think what are asking does not make sense in a standard I/O terminal. In a standard I/O terminal, it is not possible to write the output in a different "location" than the input. So unless you block, or at least delay writing from, the output thread, there is no way to accept input in one location while writing to another. Again, recommend you edit your question to make what you want to do clearer.
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comment Independent input/output in terminal with java
Your question is unclear. I believe what you want to do is block the output as soon as there is any user input detected. So your output thread will output every three seconds unless the user enters a character. Then, the output thread will stop outputting until after the user has pressed <enter>, at which point the output thread will start outputting again. Is that correct? If so, you might want to modify your question to indicate that specifically. Also consider adding code showing what you have tried.
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reviewed No Action Needed Exception in thread "main" java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: com/pi4j/io/gpio/GpioFactory
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comment How to use JNDI DataSource provided by Tomcat in Spring?
@SajibAcharya Using jee namespace or not was mostly a personal preference. Most people thought using the spring XML namespaces were more concise. The expected-type attribute is usually optional, and mostly for safety. If the lookup is not assignable to the given expected-type, a NamingException is thrown. Note that in most newer projects, this style configuration is no longer used. Most newer projects will use JavaConfig per Abdull's answer.
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