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(Cross-posted from the Google Web Toolkit blog ) In early August, Google acquired Instantiations, a company known for its focus on Eclipse Java developer tools, including GWT Designer. We're happy to announce today that we're relaunching the following former Instantiations products under the Google name and making them available to all developers at no charge: GWT Designer Powerful Eclipse-based development tools that enable Java developers to quickly create Ajax user interfaces using Google Web Toolkit (GWT) CodePro AnalytiX Comprehensive automated software code quality and security analysis tools to improve software quality, reliability, and maintainability WindowBuilder Pro Java graphical user interface designer for Swing, SWT, GWT, RCP, and XWT UI frameworks WindowTester Pro Test GUI interactions within Java client rich applications for the SWT and Swing UI frameworks
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Oracle Oracle Technology Network > Java Article Why, Where, and How JavaFX Makes Sense CaptainCasa moved from Swing to JavaFX for front-end infrastructure, explaining that implementing an employee desktop front end with native technology is a valid approach and that JavaFX is a good fit. Posted 3/13/13 // Tags: java , JavaFX , RIA // Headlines Archive
It is possible to retrieve specific characters from a string variable. Syntax %variable:~ num_chars_to_skip % %variable:~ num_chars_to_skip , num_chars_to_keep % This can include negative numbers: %variable:~ num_chars_to_skip , - num_chars_to_keep % %variable:~ - num_chars_to_skip , num_chars_to_keep % %variable:~ - num_chars_to_skip , - num_chars_to_keep % A negative number will count backwards from the end of the string. Examples The variable _test is used for all the following examples:
A parameter (or argument) is any value passed into a batch script: C:> MyScript.cmd January 1234 "Some value" Parameters may also be passed to a subroutine with CALL:
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