Cell phones using Java

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    Cell phones using Java

    I know that some cell phones are using the Java technology, does anybody know how those applications are written, are they written in normal Java( like any other application ), and what's special about them?
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    It's called J2ME.

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    Java To Mobile Enviorment?

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    Thanks alot, now it's easier to do a search on the web.

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    I made the search and found the following website:
    http://java.sun.com/j2me/
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    I know someone who isn't going to use a cell-phone anymore

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    F_M :P

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    Right

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    one letters posts are REALLY bad so an adjustment

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    At the java j2me site they have a tool u can download that Compiles and Emulates the phone you're writing the app for. Creating a simple game is probably the easiest with j2me.

    It's called the J2ME Wireless Tookit 2.0
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    Originally posted by Travis Dane
    I know someone who isn't going to use a cell-phone anymore
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    think my phone uses java (motorola 120e might be v120e) so i'm dloading it, even tho i don't know java....

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    lucky I have a POS mobile: the Phillips Fisio 120. Its software was written by retarted monkeys while smoking pot. Probably written in picbasic

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    ...and so much for my Java-free computer I had to reinstall windows so I decided to use my legal version, but realised once I had installed that it comes with SP1!! Oh well. At least I dont have JMV.

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    Originally posted by face_master
    ...and so much for my Java-free computer I had to reinstall windows so I decided to use my legal version, but realised once I had installed that it comes with SP1!! Oh well. At least I dont have JMV.
    Wouldnt that be JVM?

    but as if you care....

    I dont understand how you have come to hate Java so much..

    In one of my classes there was a presentation on C and C++ used on cellphones, although they didnt give much info regarding it.

    I imagine the could size would have to be pretty small for cell phones.
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    download of that toolkit is curropted, anyone else have this problem?

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