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I don't understand how to get an image into a java game?

tpgames
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I've read some tutuorials and forums giving code as to how to upload a file, but I don't need customers to my website to be able to upload anything to a java server. Am I being really dense here?

And, the server I am on is Linux, in cPanel. I have a java game written by someone else, that I would like to change some of the graphics too. I can't figure out how to upload my image into his java game. I am completely ignorant when it comes to Java. I won't have time to learn the programming until May. And, my Java book doesn't really explain what I am trying to do. Can you please explain such that a complete java illiterate might understand? Thanks!
Jan 19 '07 #1
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I've read some tutuorials and forums giving code as to how to upload a file, but I don't need customers to my website to be able to upload anything to a java server. Am I being really dense here?

And, the server I am on is Linux, in cPanel. I have a java game written by someone else, that I would like to change some of the graphics too. I can't figure out how to upload my image into his java game. I am completely ignorant when it comes to Java. I won't have time to learn the programming until May. And, my Java book doesn't really explain what I am trying to do. Can you please explain such that a complete java illiterate might understand? Thanks!
In this case it might take time to try and show you how to upload the images. If you have access to the images used by the games, why not just sustitute them with the ones that you want to change to. You' have to rename them to the same ofcourse.
Jan 20 '07 #2

tpgames
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I tried that already. That's how I found out that an image must uploaded somehow into the program. I even changed the link URL within the program script I had access too.

Being that it would take a while, just skip it! I'll save it until after I've studied Java for a month, because then I'll probably understand what I read in the book and on the internet. I'll also secure the Java for Dummies book.

Let's consider this question closed. I'll repost a different one if I don't understand a specific step after I get that far in June or July. LOL
Jan 20 '07 #3

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I tried that already. That's how I found out that an image must uploaded somehow into the program. I even changed the link URL within the program script I had access too.

Being that it would take a while, just skip it! I'll save it until after I've studied Java for a month, because then I'll probably understand what I read in the book and on the internet. I'll also secure the Java for Dummies book.

Let's consider this question closed. I'll repost a different one if I don't understand a specific step after I get that far in June or July. LOL
And don't forget the Java classes on this forum when you do decide to do Java.
Jan 20 '07 #4

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I won't! :>)
Jan 22 '07 #5

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