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Ubaya Student Developed -Java Writings- Software
Tuesday, 07 April 2009 09:37
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Errista Yunista (24), Ubaya student developed “Java Script” Software that can decode Latin script to Java script or vice versa.

Tampilan software Aksara jawa hasil karya Errista Yuniasti

“Initially, I studied about computer theory that is practically used in English dictionary Software. Then, I want something different,” she said during the interview session last Monday.
 
During the interview, Errista who was born on 15 June 1985 typed “Mangan sego Telo”. Then, the Java script of “ho-no-co-ro-ko” appears on the bottom of the screen.

”I used VB-6 program and I named the software as Gendhis (ie. Girl),” said Informatics Engineering Department student who is an alumni of SMA 6 Surabaya.

The program covers letters, wilangan (numbers), murdo script, suoro script, , urip script (ho-no-co-ro-ko), non-vocal script, suku, taling, taling tarung, pangkon, cokro, pengkal, and etc.

”I create a program to make people easier and familiar with Java script even without learning process. Yet, the maximum character is 200 characters. Indeed, I also faced some difficulties because the Java Script arrangement is varied in East Java, Central Java and West Java,” she added.

”Finally, I decided to use the general Java Script arrangement. In order to support my program, I searched books in Java language. In Blauran Market, Surabaya, I even found book that was published in 1966,” she ended.

Quoted from Antara, 6 April 2009

Ubaya Student Developed “Java Writings” Software

Errista Yunista (24), Ubaya student developed “Java Writings” Software that can decode Latin script to Java script or vice versa.

“Initially, I studied about computer theory that is practically used in English dictionary Software. Then, I want something different,” she said to ANTARA last Monday (6/4).

During the interview, Errista typed “Mangan sego Telo”. Then, the Java script of “ho-no-co-ro-ko” appears on the bottom of the screen. ”I used VB-6 program and I named the software as Gendhis (ie. Girl),” said Errista.

The program covers letters, wilangan (numbers), murdo script, suoro script, , urip script (ho-no-co-ro-ko), non-vocal script, suku, taling, taling tarung, pangkon, cokro, pengkal, and etc.

”I create a program to make people easier and familiar with Java script even without learning process. Yet, the maximum character is 200 characters,” she added.

”Indeed, I also faced some difficulties because the Java Script arrangement is varied in East Java, Central Java and West Java. Finally, I decided to use the general Java Script arrangement. In order to support my program, I searched books in Java language. In Blauran Market, Surabaya, I even found book that was published in 1966,” she ended

quoted from liputan6.com, 6 April 2009

Ubaya Student Developed “Java Writings” Software

Errista Yunista (24), Ubaya student developed “Java Writings” Software that can decode Latin script to Java script or vice versa.

Her final thesis “The Software development to decode Latin script to Java Script” was inspired by her anxiety that not many schools teach Java language anymore.

”I used VB-6 program to develop my software. I used 2 types of script, Latin and Java. There will be 2 columns, the 1st column will be the initial sentence, then the 2nd column will be the decoded sentence,” said this Informatics Engineering Department student. 

”We just need to “click”, then the result will appear. To develop this software, I collected materials through internet, books, or interview with Java language teachers. I finished this program in a year. This software stored more than 200 characters of Java script. It covers letters, wilangan (numbers), murdo script, suoro script, , urip script (ho-no-co-ro-ko), non-vocal script, suku, taling, taling tarung, pangkon, cokro, pengkal, and etc. It is my intention to keep the existence of Java Script,” she ended.

quoted from liputan6.com, 6 April 2009