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  1. #1
    WayneM Guest

    Keystroke buffering


    I am very new to Java.

    I will be working on project with a web interface connected to an AS/400
    database. On the AS/400 they have what is known as keystroke buffering.
    A user can enter as many keystrokes as they like and the AS/400 will try
    to keep up but not loose any keystrokes if it gets behind.

    Can Java do keystoke buffering?

    Thanks...Wayne M

  2. #2
    Paul Clapham Guest

    Re: Keystroke buffering

    That's a function of the operating system. Chances are you'll be using
    Windows, which has a keystroke buffer.

    PC2

    WayneM <math1611@yahoo.com> wrote in message
    news:3a43a34c$1@news.devx.com...
    >
    > I am very new to Java.
    >
    > I will be working on project with a web interface connected to an AS/400
    > database. On the AS/400 they have what is known as keystroke buffering.
    > A user can enter as many keystrokes as they like and the AS/400 will try
    > to keep up but not loose any keystrokes if it gets behind.
    >
    > Can Java do keystoke buffering?
    >
    > Thanks...Wayne M




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