J2ME in a Nutshell

Errata for J2ME in a Nutshell

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The errata list is a list of errors and their corrections that were found after the product was released. If the error was corrected in a later version or reprint the date of the correction will be displayed in the column titled "Date Corrected".

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Color Key: Serious Technical Mistake Minor Technical Mistake Language or formatting error Typo Question Note Update



Version Location Description Submitted By Date Submitted Date Corrected
Printed
Page 10
1st paragraph

last paragraph says developers in embedded environments will probably migrate to CDLC and .... CDLC should be CLDC

Anonymous   
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Page 26
IN PRINT: 1st paragraph

"You can use Calendar to perform reverse process by setting individual fields using get() method ..." SHOULD BE: ".... setting individual fields using set() method ..."

Anonymous   
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Page 73
Wrong heading/title on Figure3-9

On page 73 it says below that the fixed-delay is when the the next execution is on a fixced-delat of the previos execution. But the explanation an the title of the figure is not corresponding. The reference to (top) should be changed to bottom or change place of the different methods in the figure.

Anonymous   
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Page 154
Wrong method name used

In the text it says: g.translate(10, 10); g.translater(-10, -10); Should be: g.translate(10, 10); g.translate(-10, -10);

Anonymous   
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Page 180
Second code example in last paragraph

publlic void serviceRepaints() should be: public void serviceRepaints()

Anonymous   
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Page 193
In note box

"... not clear from the CDLC documentation." CDLC should be CLDC And in the same box it says: "... if the CDLC implementation receives a datagram ..." CDLC should be CLDC

Anonymous   
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Page 210
3rd paragraph

It says: "The record is created from the the range of bytes from .." Should be: "The record is created from the range of bytes from .."

Anonymous