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maXim

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Date of registration: Jan 5th 2009

Location: Sesto Fiorentino, Florence (ITALY)

Occupation: design & development (HW, SW & FW)

Hobbies: chess, fly fishing, good wine and beautiful women!

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Thursday, December 13th 2012, 1:16pm

happy holidays

from Italy...

fomaxrge

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Monday, December 17th 2012, 5:12pm

happy holidays from me too!!!

theuserbl

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Monday, December 17th 2012, 11:05pm

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Import java#util#Locale

Public Sub main(ByJava args() As String)
   Dim language As String = Mid(Locale.getDefault, 1, 2)

   Select Case language
     Case "en" 'englich
       MsgBox "Happy holidays"
     Case "fr" 'france
       MsgBox "Joyeuses Fêtes"
     Case "de" 'german
       MsgBox "Frohe Feiertage"
     Case "it" 'italian
       MsgBox "Buone Feste"
     Case "ja" 'japanese
       MsgBox "ハッピーホリデー"
     Case "ko" 'korean
       MsgBox "해피 홀리데이"
     Case "zh" 'chinese
       MsgBox "節日快樂"
     Case "es" 'spanish
       MsgBox "felices Fiestas"
     Case "ar" 'arabic
       MsgBox "عطلات سعيدة"
     Case "bg" 'bulgarian
       MsgBox "Весели празници"
     Case "ca" 'catalan
       MsgBox "Bones Festes"
     Case "cs" 'czech
       MsgBox "happy Holidays"
     Case "da" 'danish
       MsgBox "happy Holidays"
     Case "el" 'greek
       MsgBox "Καλές διακοπές"
     Case "et" 'estonian
       MsgBox "Häid pühi"
     Case "fi" 'finnish
       MsgBox "happy Holidays"
     Case "hi" 'hindi
       MsgBox "हैप्पी छुट्टियाँ"
     Case "hr" 'croatian
       MsgBox "Sretni blagdani"
     Case "hu" 'hungarian
       MsgBox "happy Holidays"
     Case "is" 'icelandic
       MsgBox "happy Holidays"
     Case "iw" 'hebrew
       MsgBox "חג שמח"
     Case "lt" 'lithuanian
       MsgBox "happy Holidays"
     Case "lv" 'latvian
       MsgBox "happy Holidays"
     Case "mk" 'macedonian
       MsgBox "среќни Празници"
     Case "nl" 'dutch
       MsgBox "happy Holidays"
     Case "no" 'norwegian
       MsgBox "happy Holidays"
     Case "pl" 'polish
       MsgBox "Happy Holidays"
     Case "pt" 'portuguese
       MsgBox "Boas Festas"
     Case "ro" 'romanian
       MsgBox "Sarbatori fericite"
     Case "ru" 'russian
       MsgBox "Happy Holidays"
     Case "tr" 'turkish
       MsgBox "bayramınız kutlu olsun"
     Case "sr" 'serbian
       MsgBox "Срећни празници"
     Case "sv" 'swedish
       MsgBox "happy Holidays"
     Case "th" 'thai
       MsgBox "สุขสันต์วันหยุด"
     Case "uk" 'ukrainian
       MsgBox "Happy Holidays"
     Case "sh" 'serbo-croatian
       MsgBox "Sretni blagdani"
     Case "sk" 'slovak
       MsgBox "happy Holidays"
     Case "sl" 'slovenian
       MsgBox "Vesele praznike"
     Case "sq" 'albanian
       MsgBox "Gëzuar Festat"
     Case Else
       MsgBox "Happy Holidays"
     End Select
End Sub

This post has been edited 1 times, last edit by "theuserbl" (Dec 18th 2012, 2:00am)


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Monday, December 31st 2012, 11:03am

Happy New Year 2013!

Happy new year 2013!

Here are some statistics for the last times of this forum board:

If you click on "Members" on the top of this forum, you see, that there existing at the moment, where I writing this, 69 pages. 68 pages with 30 people and the last page with 19 people. Together they are 2059 registered people.

But if you sort by date of registration, you have 70 pages. 69 pages with 30 people and the last page with 27 paople. Together they are 2097 people.

Despite of this different numbers of people, it is possible to create a little statistic about the registered forum users.


The date of registration and the number of people who registred in this date:
2008: 59 ( 3%)
2009: 653 (31%)
2010: 617 (29%)
2011: 444 (21%)
2012: 324 (15%)

The number of posts and the number of poeple with this post-count:
with 0 posts: 1743 (85%)
with 1 post: 107 (5%)
with 2 posts: 52 (3%)
with 3 posts: 34 (2%)
with 4 posts: 19 (1%)
with 5 posts: 15 (1%)
with 6 posts: 13 (1%)
with 7 posts: 11 (1%)
with 8 posts: 5 (0%)
with 9 posts: 9 (0%)
with 10 posts: 5 (0%)
with more then 10 posts: 46 (2%)

I nknow, that the year is still not over. But I think, there don't will be changiong much.

Myself I find this statistic interesting. I can't understand, why anybody register for a forum, where he don't post. Some of the non-posters have integrated its website and a picture of themself. It can be possible, that someone wanted to post and decided then, during he is writing, that it is better to not post it. But 85% (!) of the registered people are non-poster.

Greatings
theuserbl

maXim

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Monday, December 31st 2012, 11:22am

@theuserbl: I agree! ;)

... for all those who contribute to this forum:
Happy New Year 2013!:thumbsup:


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Tuesday, December 31st 2013, 4:10am

Happy New Year 2014!

Happy New Year 2014!

And again I want to come up, with a new statistic.
Again, it is a little bit before 2014, but there will be not changing much in the last hours.

The date of registration and the number of people who registred in this date:
2008: 59 ( 2%)
2009: 653 (22%)
2010: 617 (21%)
2011: 444 (15%)
2012: 325 (11%)
2013: 830 (28%)

You wonder, that in this year comming so much new member?
I wondered, too.

Have a look at the added JabacoStats.pdf.
There are the number of new registered persons divided into month and not years.
As you can see, August 2013 was the last normal number. And then it goes up.

Here the last numbers of it:
Nov. 2012: 24
Dec. 2012: 25
Jan. 2013: 24
Feb. 2013: 33
Mar. 2013: 33
Apr. 2013: 27
May. 2013: 32
Jun. 2013: 22
Jul. 2013: 24
Aug. 2013: 22
Sep. 2013: 61
Oct. 2013: 69
Nov .2013: 98
Dec .2013: 385

A lot of new member, but nearly no activity in the forum?

Thats what you can see, too, in the second statistic.

The number of posts and the number of poeple with this post-count:
with 0 posts: 2340 (87%)
with 1 post: 129 (5%)
with 2 posts: 57 (2%)
with 3 posts: 34 (1%)
with 4 posts: 20 (1%)
with 5 posts: 15 (1%)
with 6 posts: 13 (0%)
with 7 posts: 10 (0%)
with 8 posts: 6 (0%)
with 9 posts: 10 (0%)
with 10 posts: 5 (0%)
with more then 10 posts: 52 (2%)

And again, the members side shows a different number of people, depending for what it is sorted.
If you sort for the "date of registration", there are 2928 member.
But if you sort for the number of "posts", there are 2691 member.

New since 2013 is, that there is a local place for the last binary of the Jabaco Framework:
[ http://www.jabaco.org/wiki/Latest_JabacoFramework_Binary ]

Since November 2013, there is new competition for Jabaco:
The author of Basic4Android, created a program for desktop-development, which is free of charge:
[ http://www.basic4ppc.com/android/b4j.html ]

At the moment Jabaco is a lot of better.
But sadly it seems, that B4J have a more active community in its forum.

Greatings
theuserbl
theuserbl has attached the following file:
  • JabacoStats.pdf (100.62 kB - 129 times downloaded - latest: Aug 18th 2019, 1:20pm)

This post has been edited 1 times, last edit by "theuserbl" (Dec 31st 2013, 4:31am)


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Wednesday, January 1st 2014, 12:48am

RE: Happy New Year 2014!

Happy New Year 2014!

And again I want to come up, with a new statistic.
Again, it is a little bit before 2014, but there will be not changing much in the last hours.

The date of registration and the number of people who registred in this date:
2008: 59 ( 2%)
2009: 653 (22%)
2010: 617 (21%)
2011: 444 (15%)
2012: 325 (11%)
2013: 830 (28%)

You wonder, that in this year comming so much new member?
I wondered, too.

Have a look at the added JabacoStats.pdf.
There are the number of new registered persons divided into month and not years.
As you can see, August 2013 was the last normal number. And then it goes up.

Here the last numbers of it:
Nov. 2012: 24
Dec. 2012: 25
Jan. 2013: 24
Feb. 2013: 33
Mar. 2013: 33
Apr. 2013: 27
May. 2013: 32
Jun. 2013: 22
Jul. 2013: 24
Aug. 2013: 22
Sep. 2013: 61
Oct. 2013: 69
Nov .2013: 98
Dec .2013: 385

A lot of new member, but nearly no activity in the forum?

Thats what you can see, too, in the second statistic.

The number of posts and the number of poeple with this post-count:
with 0 posts: 2340 (87%)
with 1 post: 129 (5%)
with 2 posts: 57 (2%)
with 3 posts: 34 (1%)
with 4 posts: 20 (1%)
with 5 posts: 15 (1%)
with 6 posts: 13 (0%)
with 7 posts: 10 (0%)
with 8 posts: 6 (0%)
with 9 posts: 10 (0%)
with 10 posts: 5 (0%)
with more then 10 posts: 52 (2%)

And again, the members side shows a different number of people, depending for what it is sorted.
If you sort for the "date of registration", there are 2928 member.
But if you sort for the number of "posts", there are 2691 member.

New since 2013 is, that there is a local place for the last binary of the Jabaco Framework:
[ http://www.jabaco.org/wiki/Latest_JabacoFramework_Binary ]

Since November 2013, there is new competition for Jabaco:
The author of Basic4Android, created a program for desktop-development, which is free of charge:
[ http://www.basic4ppc.com/android/b4j.html ]

At the moment Jabaco is a lot of better.
But sadly it seems, that B4J have a more active community in its forum.

Greatings
theuserbl
Yes, B4J has had a nice beginning, but is limited in some ways. I still prefer Jabaco for desktop development.

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