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  1. #1
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    c++ symbian can support GPRS?

    hi.. im a final year student.... now i face problems for choose emulator.......

    my project is like this:
    one sample input from user and then this data will send to server side through GPRS http......

    so anybody which one version emulator should i use??? JAVA or C++????

    anybody can help me finding out??

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    use C++. The version of the SDK depends on your targeted phone device. For Symbian OS 6.1 you could use 1.X only, and for OS 7.0 best would be 2.X SDKs, thou 1.X applications works if are very careful when doing them.

    yucca

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    thanks alot.... i do with nokia 6600 . it that the device is suit for verison 2.0 or 2.1??

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    2.0 was made originally for it. 2.1 also works, if you don't use the API defined in Feature Pack 1.

    yucca

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    wat is mean for Supporting Metrowerks CodeWarrior???

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    hmm, not really sure what you are asking. But the Software Development Kits (SDK) basically need Integrated Development Environment (IDE) , before they are anything usable.

    Currently there are 3 IDEs, MS VC6/NET, Borland Builders and Metrowerks Codewarrior. So depending on which IDE you use, you also need to select SDK that supports the selected IDE.

    Anyway See Metrowerks, or Borlands WWW-pages, for information of evaluation versions of their IDEs.

    yucca

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    oic..... got it.... thanks...

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