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HI,
  I am totally new in J2ME and I download a file with 6 folder (all contains *.java) and 2 *.java files.  I am using J2ME Wireless ToolKit.  

  I can compile and run a simple *.java file.  But for this one, I have no idea how to make it.
anyone can help me to compile and teach me the steps?

thanks
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Hi Thanks for your information.  Anyway I use NetBean to compile and their web has an example which is very good!

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BTW, i have the J2ME program that needs help, can you have a look?
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If you had said Netbeans, I would had given link for it :)

>>i have the J2ME program that needs help, can you have a look?
Post a question and I will try to look after work ( which probably means in about 3 to 5 hours). And the rest of the J2ME guys may try to help
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oh sorry I never know netbean...just there is no answer here and so I search myself.  I spend 3 days to find it!?  
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If you want you can post the link from Netbeans here and ask CS to reopen and PAQ the question retuning you the points :)
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Sorry - was offline and did not see the question - usually someone posts fast but this one slipped. I am usually trying to catch the slipped ones.
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oh it is ok , don't worry.  You spent your effort, and it worths!

but I am totally new in J2ME and I find hard to get start to write a program.

I want to simple do an image processing application which I can capture the pic (it was done by uisng nokia's exmaple code and it works well) and I want to do the edge detecion using the capture image.
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Well - up to you :)

Post a question for your issues and also try to make a search in EE ( use the Google tip from the help page). I remember working on something like this here in EE a while ago.J2ME is not that hard actually ( if you have Java experience). It's abit strange and I am usually in a bad mood with it simply because you miss some methods and classes there but...
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most probably noone will really modify the code for you. :) However  - I will try to look at it later today to see if I can come up with some ideas.
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thanks
as I am really new, so just hope someone can help me to modify the code and so I can do the rest.

 Especially I want to get the image pixel and then do the operation for those pixel.
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Hi,
  I almost success just now got 1 error.
Can you have a look and help to fix it?
Thanks
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Venabili,
I fixed it already!
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Great. Sorry - got overloaded at work and...
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