Tuesday, April 26, 2005

Aisa lagta hai .......(ummmmm) jane kaisa lagta hai ,i dont know;)

why is everything so funny today i worder ,
is it what it is or is it the way i am looking at things ?

I feel butterflies in my stomach. I think its momentry apprehension.
It will decamp when i take a good sleep. I think it has all got to do abt me going home on 5th and i am thrilled that i am going home after 4 months and dad has planned a trip ( probably to some hill station , he said we will hire a Qualis or some bigger SUV for the trip , boy i am excited)
By the way my project is going fine and here is a simple code to send a image to a server ( put ur url in the Connector.Open() ) and simply put a PHP to upload image there.

import javax.microedition.lcdui.*;
import javax.microedition.midlet.*;
import javax.microedition.io.*;
import java.io.*;

public class ImageSend extends MIDlet implements CommandListener
private Image img;
private Display display;
private Command exit;
private Command show;
private Form fImage;
private ImageItem iitm;

private Form messF;
private byte data[];

public ImageSend()
fImage=new Form("Some image");
exit=new Command("Exit",Command.SCREEN,1);
show=new Command("Send",Command.SCREEN,1);
iitm=new ImageItem(null,img,ImageItem.LAYOUT_DEFAULT,"Missing");

public void startApp()

public void pauseApp()
public void destroyApp(boolean unconditional)
public void commandAction(Command c, Displayable d)
HttpConnection htt=(HttpConnection)Connector.open("",Connector.READ_WRITE);
htt.setRequestMethod( HttpConnection.POST );
String boundary = "---------------------------7d43722015402c8";

String message = "--"+boundary+"\r\nContent-Disposition: form-data;"+
"name=\"bytes\"; filename=\"camera.png\"\r\nContent-Type: " + "/x-png\r\n\r\n";

byte []messageBody = message.getBytes();
htt.setRequestProperty("content-type", "multipart/form-data; boundary="+boundary);
DataOutputStream out = new DataOutputStream(htt.openOutputStream());
for(int i=0; i < j="0;j<" message="\r\n" messagebody =" message.getBytes();" i="0;" dis="htt.openDataInputStream();" baos="new" ch="dis.read())!="-1)" data="baos.toByteArray();" strb="new" r="0;r

//iitm=new ImageItem(null,img,ImageItem.LAYOUT_DEFAULT,"Missing");
messF=new Form(strb.toString());
catch(Exception e)
System.err.println("Msg: " + e.toString());
private void getImage()
DataInputStream is=null;
HttpConnection htt=null;
int len=(int)htt.getLength();
data=new byte[len];
catch(Exception e)
System.out.println("Read Error");
System.out.println("Image size "+data.length);
img=Image.createImage(data, 0, data.length);

If buzz me if u dont get the code. I think its pretty simple .

Wednesday, April 20, 2005

Hello World

Hi there ,
So u know this, guessed from d title, and have an idea where it will move on to .
"Hello World " The famous of all the programs that is written in most of the programming languages,to begin with, generally consists of the print statement...........well let me not go in the details i am no freeky programmer.

So why am i here ?? Apart from the accutomed reason for blogging ( to jot down special/significat moments, give my mind for your "food" for thought, my feeling/experience/observations ) , i think i m here for a special purpose :
I m doing a project (not that this is the first one) . what i experienced is when i am in trouble or i have a doubt i look for the solution on the net ( i use google , but i think i need to switch to some better one) and i have 1000's of solution there . Last sem someone suggested me why dont i try to keep the solutions to problems i faced on some website/blog.Hey that is a good idea ?
But why a blog ,i could have very well gone to some forum and done the same. Now here is the difference : on a forum it looks stupid to post d solution when no one is asking u the question but on a blog u can post it as a suggestion .secondly i dont find enough time to look out for the thousands of questions and answer them ( i mean the ones i have an idea of)..

but it wont be all community service; some fun and loads of "masti" ( now i m getting this feeling this is going to be gr8, incase u have noticed the title of ur browser).

So i think this is it for the first day.
so watch for this space regularly, for it may bring a smile on some face.

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