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    Question how many modules?

    Can anyone please help me in finding out HOW MANY MODULES ARE THERE IN A TEXT EDITOR THAT HAS BEEN DEVELOPED IN JAVA. AND ALSO CAN ANYONE SPECIFY WHAT ARE THEY?.................plssssssssssss :confused:

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    Quote Originally Posted by joypik View Post
    Can anyone please help me in finding out HOW MANY MODULES ARE THERE IN A TEXT EDITOR THAT HAS BEEN DEVELOPED IN JAVA. AND ALSO CAN ANYONE SPECIFY WHAT ARE THEY?.................plssssssssssss :confused:
    I'm sorry, but your question makes no sense. Which editor? What modules? Would you care to re-phrase and also provide enough information so that it's answerable. You may want to look at the link in my signature titled "how to ask smart questions". You also might want to avoid the all-caps since that's the equivalent of shouting in the forum.

    I wish you much luck.

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    @OP, if you could provide more details clearly we can help you in a better way. I'm not clear with anything you've asked.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fubarable View Post
    You also might want to avoid the all-caps since that's the equivalent of shouting in the forum.
    And please stop immitating those silly snakes: "plssssssssssss"

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    9.

    No 63...!

    Oh hang on, 2391.5!

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    hey guys i'm sorry for my mistake. Now i will u exact information. In my college we have to develop a mini project. I am developing one normal text editor which is simply like note pad having some extra features. I developed it using java swing and java awt. But my mini project should be divided into modules for giving my mini project reviews in my college. So help me by guiding about modules and also name them. The mini project that i had developed is purely based on JAVA only.

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    No such thing as modules in Java.
    Classes and packages.
    And how many of them you use is entirely dependent on your project.

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    hai Tolls,
    If we have notepad, then if we want to give reviews on it, then how can we divide it into parts?

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    By analysing it to find out what the requirements are to make the thing, then breaking them down into classes?

    Assuming you know about classes and OO design in general then that shouldn't be a problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tolls View Post
    By analysing it to find out what the requirements are to make the thing, then breaking them down into classes?

    Assuming you know about classes and OO design in general then that shouldn't be a problem.
    i think OP is talking about the organizing the project structure relevant to the OO. Packages and classes, I'm not sure that how far our OP familiar with that. ;)

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    Hai Tolls,
    In my project i got user, cut/copy, undo/redo, paste, new, open, save/saveas, font/alignment/highlight, clipboard which are all classes. I represented this in OO design as class diagram. So now tell what will be my modules?

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    hey eranga dont be that stupid that i will always REP u for what ever u have answered. If u gave me correct answer only i may REP you else no way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by joypik View Post
    hey eranga dont be that stupid that i will always REP u for what ever u have answered. If u gave me correct answer only i may REP you else no way.
    What in heaven's name are you talking about, and why are you calling Eranga, one of the smartest people here, stupid?

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    Quote Originally Posted by joypik View Post
    hey eranga dont be that stupid that i will always REP u for what ever u have answered. If u gave me correct answer only i may REP you else no way.
    I'm not worried about reputations at all, and be clever that this. If you cannot really explain your question clearly, it's not my mistake.

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