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g.drawLine(120, 240, 130, 230);
case 270:
g.drawLine(120, 120, 240, 120);
g.drawLine(240, 120, 230, 130);
} g.unlock(true);
} public void processEvent(int type, int param)
if (type == Display.KEY_RELEASED_EVENT) {
if (param == Display.KEY_SOFT1) {
7.8.8 ToruCa
ToruCa is a feature that was introduced in the FOMA 902i series of
phones (DoJa 4.1 and later). ToruCa are electronic 'business cards' that
transfer information that can be captured by an osaifu-keitai (e-wallet
mobile phone).
Information such as business cards or restaurant fliers and promotional
coupons can be downloaded onto the phone by waving it in front of
a ToruCa terminal at a store. Information is automatically stored on the
phone and can be browsed, searched, or exchanged via infrared or mail.
Businesses offering coupons or information via ToruCa in Japan include
ANA and JAL Airlines, Tower Records, East Japan Railway Co, and many
The DoJa API allows an application developer to access ToruCa
information stored on the phone or to launch applications via commands
executed when ToruCa information is received by the handset. 19
7.8.9 FeliCa
An osaifu-kaeitai is equipped with an embedded wireless chip. FeliCa is
the technology, originally developed by Sony, which enables contactless,
highly secure, two-way data transfer between the FeliCa chip in the
handset and a compatible terminal. In short, it allows the handset owner
to pay for goods and services using the phone, and be billed on their
monthly statement.
The FeliCa functionality in the DoJa 5.x API enables application
developers to create interactive i-Appli that allow online registration and
19 See and www.nttdocomo. shopping/toruca/image/index.html
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