857286 wrote:It's still exactly the same thing.
Thank you very much for your response!
I understand perfectly what you say. Your analogy is a perfect structure, but are using wrong. I did not ask how to write a novel, I asked for the novel and said I need this could be opened with Word! (NetBeans)
Of course if you get a code example, I can use it in NetBeans, but I have fear that if all the code, class structure, etc. etc. were made with another IDE, NetBeans trying to use it on me the error appears 5975264875648721588 / 9 and have to spend three reincarnations to understand what is going on!.It doesn't matter what IDE created it, you can still open the source code with NB. If you're talking about the project files, then that's a different story. Each IDE has its own. Some IDEs may be able to convert between their project files and others'. But even if they can't, unless it's a huge project with lots of dependent libraries scattered all over the place, it will be trivial to just create a new project from scratch.
857286 wrote:I have no idea what that means.
I asked the armed novel!
and you know very well that an assembly project in an IDE can be difficult to drive in another IDE.Wrong. I know that converting an existing project from one IDE to another is very easy, but can also be very tedious.
It is true that if there is a very large project and the draft code is not very big, I'll be able to open that code with NB or adapt easily to this IDE.It doesn't matter how much code there is, unless it's very poorly organized and spread over lots of unrelated locations.
That's why and I explained that NB is not the problem, the problem is to get a desktop Java code to function as a Bluetooth server. The code for my mobile phone I have already armed!That doesn't really tell me anything about your problem, but whatever your problem is, it does not sound interesting to me. Good luck.
857286 wrote:Do you not see your hypocrisy here?
Why not spend your time doing something other than a Claim as authority to tell others what they should or should not do? I do what I please,
I am an adult, I know what I want and you do not own the forum.Where did he say he owns it? He didn't. He's just telling you how it works. And I will second what he said: If you're looking for someone to write your code for you, then you've come to the wrong place.
If I can not help with what I want, I will not insult the members of the forum because I do not get help, otherwise, keep a friendly attitude with everyone. So we have a friendly attitude with me and disappear from this post.This site is not for making friends. It's for getting technical help with Java questions.
you do not own the forum.Not quite, but I moderate the forum. That means I both comment and act on content that is not appropriate here.
I will not insult the members of the forumI should hope not, or you would get moderated. And if that is a suggestion that you yourself have been insulted, it is false.