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ChevronChevron Member Posts: 3
Hey guys,
I am new to java and as part of my course, I must do a project in a language that i have not used before, I chose java.
I decided my project would be an mp3 player but have yet to find one that runs using the source files. they all run with the jar file but not with the source files, i have tried, jrev,jplayer,javalayer etc etc. has anyone got a project out there that works? I find it easier to learn a language when I see working code and analyse it,
Thanks for your help guys,
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  • QueezyTheGreatQueezyTheGreat Member Posts: 70
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    Hey guys,
    I am new to java and as part of my course, I must do a project in a language that i have not used before, I chose java.
    I decided my project would be an mp3 player but have yet to find one that runs using the source files. they all run with the jar file but not with the source files, i have tried, jrev,jplayer,javalayer etc etc. has anyone got a project out there that works? I find it easier to learn a language when I see working code and analyse it,
    Thanks for your help guys,
    [email protected]
    [/size]
    What do you mean by "but not with the source files". Do you mean that
    you tried to execute the source code?


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  • chamsterchamster Member Posts: 662
    Are you looking for the source code for decoding an mp3-file to, let's say, wav-file? In that case it's not a specific Java question. You can give it a try on the www.google.com and look for "mp3 format decoding". I don't guarantee you the result, though.

    By the way - why not use a compiled layer and "decompile" it? I think there's a utility for that somewhere...


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  • ChevronChevron Member Posts: 3
    thanx for replying,
    good advice, but im able to combine all the files in a project but they just dont work, if ya have time could anyone download the source for javalayer or something and see if they can get it to run in a project,

    thanx guys
    David
  • ChevronChevron Member Posts: 3
    queezy,

    I tried to compile the source code, hell i cant even do that right
  • chamsterchamster Member Posts: 662
    : but im able to combine all the files in a project but they just dont work

    Define "don't work", please :-)

    : if ya have time could anyone download the source for javalayer or something and see if they can get it to run in a project,

    A friend of mine did something like that once. I'm not sure what the MP3-layer was called, though.


    Kind Regards
    Konrad
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    (+46/0) 708-70 73 92
    [email protected]
    http://konrads.webbsida.com

  • QueezyTheGreatQueezyTheGreat Member Posts: 70
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    queezy,

    I tried to compile the source code, hell i cant even do that right
    [/size]
    Well to compile the source you just have to type [b]javac yourSource.java[/b].



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  • chamsterchamster Member Posts: 662
    : I tried to compile the source code, hell i cant even do that right

    Do you mean that you got a large number of scary-looking errors when compiling? Or don't you know how to get about to compile what so ever?


    Kind Regards
    Konrad
    ----------------------------
    (+46/0) 708-70 73 92
    [email protected]
    http://konrads.webbsida.com

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