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  1. What are the minimum files I need for a runtime-only installation? How do I create a launcher? (viewed 6800 times)
  2. How can I encode a URL String? (viewed 3970 times)
  3. Did you know isCOBOL IDE allows you to easily understand how to invoke a method in a Java Class? (viewed 3946 times)
  4. How do I generate an executable for deployment? (viewed 3875 times)
  5. How do I create an installation package for my COBOL application? (viewed 3815 times)
  6. Working with sequential files on Pipes (viewed 3681 times)
  7. What can I use to perform an email validation during entry-field accept? (viewed 3570 times)
  8. Is there a way to to emulate the W$GETC routine? (viewed 3108 times)
  9. Did you know isCOBOL IDE allows you to easily understand how to invoke a method in a Java Class? (viewed 1182 times)
  10. How can I read data correctly from a line-sequential file that has a different encoding from the one used by isCOBOL? (viewed 1075 times)
  11. Did you know you could choose from different languages for isCOBOL message? (viewed 1058 times)
  12. Did you know you could set a background image from isCOBOL IDE's painter? (viewed 1045 times)
  13. Did you know you can create temporary files in memory? (viewed 1027 times)
  14. Did you know these two ways of finding out the working directory in use? (viewed 1000 times)
  15. Can I mix versions of Java, isCOBOL compiler and isCOBOL runtime? (viewed 175 times)
  16. How can I read a data written with a different encoding? (viewed 34 times)
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