Unless your battery is really, really good, you'll eventually want to store your Ink. Simple file storage or XML serialization is sometimes sufficient, but usually, you'll want to move Ink into and out of a relational database. Here's how.
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A thrown exception is guaranteed to be caught
One of the most common gotchas for beginning Java programmers involves comparing Objects, especially Strings, with the == operator. Every Object in Java has a unique location in the Java Virtual ...