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By John O'Conner on May 24, 2007
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- Superduper Slow Jar Command
- Overhauling the Java UTF-8 charset
- Closing a URLClassLoader
- Making Progress With Swing's Progress Monitoring API
- Exchanging Data With XML and JAXB, Part 2
- Exchanging Data with XML and JAXB, Part 1
- Where's the State?
- Distributing a Java Web Start Application via CD-ROM
- Launch Java Applications from Assembly Language Programs
- Add Logging at Class Load Time with Java Instrumentation