Tuesday, November 15, 2016

830 New Java 8 TextRecordEditor with Vol. 1 of Collected Works of Lenin as sample.


I am not sure, how many people of this 21st Century, 2016, know about or heard about or studied about Lenin. Reasons: Bourgeoise Governments, B.Universities, B.Colleges, B.B.Schools (Bourgeoise Business Schools) hate Lenin. I am not a great lover of October Revolution of Russia, which took place in 1917. It has its own benefits, merits, pitfalls and shortcomings. This is the 100th year of the October Revolution. The U.S.S.R. (Union of Soviet Social Republics) might have vanished into the curtains of history, may be owing to the inherent deficiencies of the Communist / Marxist / Socialist philosophies. Or may be owing to the dictatorial, totalitarian, tyrannical manners in which Lenin himself / or his followers might have on their volition, or by the quirk or the force of circumstances, had drifted from the basic objective of the Proletarianism. The Collected Works of Lenin, English version are available on Net freely, to download which I have already given a link. For the benefit of those readers, who might not have glanced it, I repeat the link: Click to go to Marxists.org, for downloading Complete Works of Lenin.

yb-donkey: I am studying / trying to study the 45 Volumes of the Complete Works of Lenin. I am not sure about the tangible benefits which are likely to accrue to me, or to the world when I try to publish my findings to the world. This is somewhat a gray area.

ON THE OCCASION OF THE OCTOBER REVOLUTION FOR THE BENEFIT OF STUDENTS OF JAVA 8



In some of my previous posts I have given Java 8 code, and also download links for a Text-Record-Editor designed by me.

I have designed a revised version. Improvements: 1. Added Menu Bars and Menu Items. 2. Added Tool Bar, with small icons. Rectified some bugs also. But there are still many.

Lenin1.txt file, which is free to you, has about 550 pages. The file is very tough to study / edit, owing to archaic language of early 20th Century, and the problems involved in translating from Russian to English. It is not even suitable for casual reading. But, where there is a WILL, there will be a WAY. The subject itself will look dry to netizens, most of whom are well-to-do persons, not having any acquaintance with problems of farmers or proletariat.

A Screenshot of the Editor after making a search, pressing Search-Single Button can be seen above. At the top is a menu bar with menu-items which appears when mouse is moved at the top. On the left side are the tool bars with icons. At the bottom are 2 labels, 3 text boxes, and 12 buttons for 1) get record 2) next record 3) previous record 4) Update button, to update after making corrections, 5) Search single item 6) Add to add new records at the end of the Text file 7) Delete Button to delete a record 8) Search continue. If there are more than one results, after perusing the first result got by pressing the Search single button, if this button is pressed to view one by one, all the search results.

Apart from Lenin1.txt file which represents the Vol. 1 of his Collected Works, there is a short medicdicti.txt. Other text files can also be edited, by copying that particular textfile in the ayyotextedit folder (or the folder where all the ayyotextedit classes, icons, text files are stored.

DOWNLOAD THE ZIP FILE CONSISTING OF .JAVA, .CLASS, SUB-CLASSES, ICONS (JPG) FILES, README, LENIN1.TXT FILE, MINI MEDICDICTI.TXT FILE,


etc. Zip file size is approx. 4.5 mb.
Download link: To download from ayyox10.mx, a free-host for our sub-domain.. After downloading, the Zip file is to be unzipped. After unzipping, you will get a folder calld 'ayyotextedit'. In that folder you will find all the files. Though I am giving the java source code .java file, there will be no need for readers to compile it using it javac. It will be useful to them, if they want to alter the code, and recompile.

Java command is to be invoked from Dos Prompt/ or Command-line in linux. From the dos prompt/command line,readers have to use cd command and go to the folder where the ayyotextedit class files are located.

e.g. : cd D:\.....\ayyotextedit.
Then type java ayyotextedit and press Enter.

JAVA 8 SOURCE CODE FOR TEXT RECORDS EDITOR 2016 NOV VERSION



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