First, a horoscope is an astrological map of the heavens keyed to the time and place of a specific birth. It is a kind of a map that appears as a two dimensional chart. It shows positions of the Sun, the Moon, and planets at the precise moment of your birth. The earth moves from west to east & hence the Sun appears to move from east to west. The 360 degree circle of the zodiac is divided into 12 parts of 30 degrees each called the zodiac signs. Lots of calculations are involved in deducing the horoscope of any individual. The inputs required are Name, Date of Birth, Time of Birth and the Place. Based on this we have to calculate in which latitude and longitude this place comes and accordingly we can decide star sign. In the beginning stages instead of all calculating we are simplifying it.
Funny Horoscope Teller is a simple time pass Java application. It asks for your name and date of birth. It then tells your star sign and a randomly selected joke. First of all, the time of birth, generally referred to as clock time, should be as exact as possible. Only a small allowance on time is possible because every four minutes of clock time accounts for one degree of movement by the earth around the zodiac. Any appreciable error is going to throw the house divisions off and place planets in the wrong houses. The houses are always shown in order. The cusp (beginning) of the first house (also known as the ascendantAC) is the left-hand horizon. The tenth house cusp (also known as the meridianMC) is always at the top, although it may not actually be at right angles (exactly 90°) to the horizon (AC) on the left. Everything in the horoscope is placed by measurement in degrees of the zodiac. The zodiac is the BELT OF SPACE surrounding the earth. It is hypothetically divided into twelve equal segments of 30° each called SIGNS. Once we have identified the area for each house division, we can then insert the planets into the horoscope BY HOUSE according to their own measurements by sign and degree. The planets' positions are calculated for each day at noon zero degrees Greenwich.
[...] as the ascendant—AC) is the left-hand horizon. The tenth house cusp (also known as the meridian—MC) is always at the top, although it may not actually be at right angles (exactly to the horizon on the left. Everything in the horoscope is placed by measurement in degrees of the zodiac. The zodiac is the BELT OF SPACE surrounding the earth. It is hypothetically divided into twelve equal segments of each called SIGNS. Once we have identified the area for each house division, we can then insert the planets into the horoscope BY HOUSE according to their own measurements by sign and degree. [...]
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[...] Development time for new application is short. A programmer can write an application or an update once, put it on the server, and everybody has access to the latest version. A Low Level API and a Base for Higher-level APIs. JDBC is a level interface that means that it is used to invoke SQL commands directly, it works very well in this capacity and is easier to use than other database connectivity APIs, but it was designed to be a base upon which to build higher level interfaces and tools. [...]
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