BCS Preparation

BCS Exam and Government Job Preparation Bangladesh(BD): List of Foreign Words used in Bangla (Bengali)Language.

bcs preparationToday I want to share you some bengali words which are adopted from the foreign languages and we are using in our day today life and becomes the part of our mother tongue, for example:French,Persian,Turkish,Burmese,Chinese,Greek,Portugeese and more.

Here I have tried to mention the shortcut technique to memorize these bengali words easily.

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BCS Preparation

BCS (Bangladesh Civil Service ) examination preparation: Short Cut way to memorize Bangla (Bengali) Literature works- Part -2.

bcs preparationToday  I am sharing you the  2nd Part of the Short-Cut  Techniques or methods to memorize the Bangla Literature works –Novel,Plays  of famous writers.

 Click Here for the 1st Part of the ShortCut Techniques.

 As BCS Preli Examination is knocking at the door, it’s the time to make your preparation  revised.

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Java Basic Problems

Java JTextFiled Font: How to show Bangla (Bengali) in JTextField

Here I have share you a solution to show the Bengali (Bangla) font in java JTextField.

Code Example:

import java.awt.*;

import javax.swing.*;

public class BanglaFont extends JFrame

{

JTextField text2;

                        public BanglaFont()

                        {

                        Font displayFont1=new Font(“SutonnyMJ”, Font.BOLD,15);

                        setSize(300,200);

                        setTitle(“JTextField Font”);

                        setDefaultCloseOperation(EXIT_ON_CLOSE);

                        JPanel panel=new JPanel();

                        getContentPane().add(panel);

                        panel.setLayout(null);

                        text2=new JTextField(“Kw¤úDUvi”);

                        text2.setFont(displayFont1);

                        text2.setBounds(100,40,100,30);

                        panel.add(text2,BorderLayout.WEST);

                        }

                        public static void main(String args[])

                        {

                        BanglaFont x=new BanglaFont();

                        x.setVisible(true);

                                    }

                                      }
OUTPUT:

JTextField Font Bangla