February 14, 2002

Reallocating Memory Pointers

In any decent sized application, one of the most common activities is string manipulation at one level or another. One of the most common problems with string manipulation is the

Reading from a Property File

Sometimes it’s useful to get information from a text property file, especially when you want to change values inside classes without recompiling them every time. A simple (and fast) way

Run Java Applications Using the Many JARs File

You can do this without using the classpath directive at the command line. How? Easy! Just write a launcher! Here’s the code: /* Allow you to type “java QuickRunner” instead

Send an HTML Email Without Using the JavaMail API

Send an email without using JavaMail API, by using the Java Core packages(java.net.*;java.io.*) to pass three parameters. The first parameter is the SMTP mail server, the second parameter is the

Capture a Reference to a UserControl

Many programmers are familiar with declaring an object variable in class modules and other places to capture events from a form and handle them in a generic way: Private WithEvents