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stk is a C++ library typically used in Audio, Audio Utils applications. stk has no bugs, it has no vulnerabilities and it has low support. However stk has a Non-SPDX License. You can download it from GitHub.
The Synthesis ToolKit in C++ (STK) is a set of open source audio signal processing and algorithmic synthesis classes written in the C++ programming language. STK was designed to facilitate rapid development of music synthesis and audio processing software, with an emphasis on cross-platform functionality, realtime control, ease of use, and educational example code. The Synthesis ToolKit is extremely portable (most classes are platform-independent C++ code), and it's completely user-extensible (all source included, no unusual libraries, and no hidden drivers). We like to think that this increases the chances that our programs will still work in another 5-10 years. STK currently runs with "realtime" support (audio and MIDI) on Linux, Macintosh OS X, and Windows computer platforms. Generic, non-realtime support has been tested under NeXTStep, Sun, and other platforms and should work with any standard C++ compiler. The only classes of the Synthesis ToolKit that are platform-dependent concern sockets, threads, mutexes, and real-time audio and MIDI input and output. The interface for MIDI input and the simple Tcl/Tk graphical user interfaces (GUIs) provided is the same, so it's easy to experiment in real time using either the GUIs or MIDI. The Synthesis ToolKit can generate simultaneous SND (AU), WAV, AIFF, and MAT-file output soundfile formats (as well as realtime sound output), so you can view your results using one of a large variety of sound/signal analysis tools already available (e.g. Snd, Cool Edit, Matlab). The Synthesis Toolkit is not one particular program. Rather, it is a set of C++ classes that you can use to create your own programs. A few example applications are provided to demonstrate some of the ways to use the classes. If you have specific needs, you will probably have to either modify the example programs or write a new program altogether. Further, the example programs don't have a fancy GUI wrapper. If you feel the need to have a "drag and drop" graphical patching GUI, you probably don't want to use the ToolKit. Spending hundreds of hours making platform-dependent graphics code would go against one of the fundamental design goals of the ToolKit - platform independence. For those instances where a simple GUI with sliders and buttons is helpful, we use Tcl/Tk (https://www.tcl.tk/) which is freely distributed for all the supported ToolKit platforms. A number of Tcl/Tk GUI scripts are distributed with the ToolKit release. For control, the Synthesis Toolkit uses raw MIDI (on supported platforms), and SKINI (Synthesis ToolKit Instrument Network Interface, a MIDI-like text message synthesis control format).
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  • It has 668 star(s) with 138 fork(s). There are 66 watchers for this library.
  • It had no major release in the last 12 months.
  • There are 7 open issues and 30 have been closed. On average issues are closed in 241 days. There are 1 open pull requests and 0 closed requests.
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  • The latest version of stk is 4.6.1
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The Synthesis ToolKit in C++ (STK) is a set of open source audio signal processing and algorithmic synthesis classes written in the C++ programming language.

Load STK applet on SIM card boot

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toolkitRegistry = ToolkitRegistrySystem.getEntry();
toolkitRegistry.setEvent(EVENT_PROFILE_DOWNLOAD);
// in case you need a menu later, too:
toolkitRegistry.initMenuEntry( ...
        ProactiveHandlerSystem.getTheHandler().clear();
        ProactiveHandlerSystem.getTheHandler().initDisplayText((byte) 0x81, 0x04, array, offset, (short) (length));
        byte res = ProactiveHandlerSystem.getTheHandler().send();
        return res == RES_CMD_PERF;
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toolkitRegistry = ToolkitRegistrySystem.getEntry();
toolkitRegistry.setEvent(EVENT_PROFILE_DOWNLOAD);
// in case you need a menu later, too:
toolkitRegistry.initMenuEntry( ...
        ProactiveHandlerSystem.getTheHandler().clear();
        ProactiveHandlerSystem.getTheHandler().initDisplayText((byte) 0x81, 0x04, array, offset, (short) (length));
        byte res = ProactiveHandlerSystem.getTheHandler().send();
        return res == RES_CMD_PERF;

How can I pass all the variables as a list and download multiple csv with few lines of code instead of several lines?

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now = datetime.datetime.now()
period1Stk1 = int(time.mktime(now.replace(now.year - 1).timetuple()))
period2Stk2 = int(time.mktime(datetime.datetime(2021, 12, 31, 23, 59).timetuple()))
interval1 = '1d'

tickers = ['AAPL', 'ADBE']

for ticker in tickers:
    url = f'https://query1.finance.yahoo.com/v7/finance/download/{ticker}?period1={period1Stk1}&period2={period2Stk2}&interval={interval1}&events=history&includeAdjustedClose=true'
    retrieve(url,'/Users/stocks/{0}.csv'.format(ticker))

Home screen showing null future builder in firebaseAuth Flutter

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            print(streamSnapshot.data.toString());
            if (streamSnapshot.data == null) {
              return SplashScreen();
            } else {
              return HomeScreen();
            }

How can I detect when an order fills using the Interactive Brokers Java API?

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import com.ib.client.*;
import java.io.IOException;

import java.util.*;

public class MainIB implements EWrapper {
    private EClientSocket clientSocket;
    private EJavaSignal readerSignal;
    
    public static void main(String[] args) throws IOException {
        new MainIB().connect();
        System.in.read();//press enter to exit
        System.exit(0);
    }
    
    private void connect() {
        readerSignal = new EJavaSignal();
        clientSocket = new EClientSocket(this, readerSignal);
        clientSocket.eConnect("127.0.0.1", 7497, 0);
        //Create a reader to consume messages from the TWS. The EReader will consume the incoming messages and put them in a queue
        EReader reader = new EReader(clientSocket, readerSignal);
        reader.start();
        //Once the messages are in the queue, an additional thread can be created to fetch them
        Thread processer = new Thread(() -> {
            while ( clientSocket.isConnected() ) { 
                readerSignal.waitForSignal();
                try {
                    reader.processMsgs();
                } catch (IOException ex) {}
            }
        });
        processer.setDaemon(true);
        processer.start();
    }
    
    public Order orderFill(double lmtPrice, String action, String orderType, String tif, int totalQuantity, String account, int clientId){
        Order order = new Order();
        order.lmtPrice(lmtPrice);
        order.action(action);
        order.orderType(orderType);
        order.tif(tif);
        order.totalQuantity(totalQuantity);
        //order.account(account);
        //order.clientId(clientId);
        return order;
    }
    public Contract contractFill(String secIdType, String currency, String symbol, String secType, String exchange){
        Contract contract = new Contract();
        //contract.secIdType(secIdType);
        contract.currency(currency);
        contract.symbol(symbol);
        contract.secType(secType);
        contract.exchange(exchange);
        return contract;
    }

    @Override
    public void error(int id, int errorCode, String errorMsg) {
        System.out.println(errorCode + " " + errorMsg);
    }

    @Override
    public void nextValidId(int i) {
        int orderidE = i;
        clientSocket.placeOrder(orderidE++, contractFill("", "CAD", "USD", "CASH", "IDEALPRO"), 
                                          orderFill(0, "SELL", "MKT", "GTC", 100000, "",  0));
    }

    @Override
    public void orderStatus(int i, String status, double d, double d1, double d2, int i1, int i2, double d3, int i3, String string1, double d4) {
        System.out.println("status " + status);
    }

    @Override
    public void execDetails(int reqId, Contract contract, Execution execution) {
        System.out.println(execution + " " + contract + " " + reqId);
    }
    
    /*Implemented rest of EWrapper methods
    ...
    */
}
t:ms <-> msg#                        #  desc  
9:064 -> 15-1-DU123456-              15 my account #
9:065 -> 9-1-2-                      9 next valid id
9:065 -> 4-2--1-2104-Market da       4 errors(or info) 
9:065 -> 4-2--1-2104-Market da
9:072 <- 3-45-2-0-USD-CASH--0.       <- 3 means an order I sent   
9:671 -> 5-34-2-15016062-USD-C       5 order status
9:722 -> 11--1-2-15016062-USD-       11 exec 
9:724 -> 5-34-2-15016062-USD-C       more status
9:727 -> 5-34-2-15016062-USD-C
9:728 -> 59-1-0000e215.60b94f1       59 commission report
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import com.ib.client.*;
import java.io.IOException;

import java.util.*;

public class MainIB implements EWrapper {
    private EClientSocket clientSocket;
    private EJavaSignal readerSignal;
    
    public static void main(String[] args) throws IOException {
        new MainIB().connect();
        System.in.read();//press enter to exit
        System.exit(0);
    }
    
    private void connect() {
        readerSignal = new EJavaSignal();
        clientSocket = new EClientSocket(this, readerSignal);
        clientSocket.eConnect("127.0.0.1", 7497, 0);
        //Create a reader to consume messages from the TWS. The EReader will consume the incoming messages and put them in a queue
        EReader reader = new EReader(clientSocket, readerSignal);
        reader.start();
        //Once the messages are in the queue, an additional thread can be created to fetch them
        Thread processer = new Thread(() -> {
            while ( clientSocket.isConnected() ) { 
                readerSignal.waitForSignal();
                try {
                    reader.processMsgs();
                } catch (IOException ex) {}
            }
        });
        processer.setDaemon(true);
        processer.start();
    }
    
    public Order orderFill(double lmtPrice, String action, String orderType, String tif, int totalQuantity, String account, int clientId){
        Order order = new Order();
        order.lmtPrice(lmtPrice);
        order.action(action);
        order.orderType(orderType);
        order.tif(tif);
        order.totalQuantity(totalQuantity);
        //order.account(account);
        //order.clientId(clientId);
        return order;
    }
    public Contract contractFill(String secIdType, String currency, String symbol, String secType, String exchange){
        Contract contract = new Contract();
        //contract.secIdType(secIdType);
        contract.currency(currency);
        contract.symbol(symbol);
        contract.secType(secType);
        contract.exchange(exchange);
        return contract;
    }

    @Override
    public void error(int id, int errorCode, String errorMsg) {
        System.out.println(errorCode + " " + errorMsg);
    }

    @Override
    public void nextValidId(int i) {
        int orderidE = i;
        clientSocket.placeOrder(orderidE++, contractFill("", "CAD", "USD", "CASH", "IDEALPRO"), 
                                          orderFill(0, "SELL", "MKT", "GTC", 100000, "",  0));
    }

    @Override
    public void orderStatus(int i, String status, double d, double d1, double d2, int i1, int i2, double d3, int i3, String string1, double d4) {
        System.out.println("status " + status);
    }

    @Override
    public void execDetails(int reqId, Contract contract, Execution execution) {
        System.out.println(execution + " " + contract + " " + reqId);
    }
    
    /*Implemented rest of EWrapper methods
    ...
    */
}
t:ms <-> msg#                        #  desc  
9:064 -> 15-1-DU123456-              15 my account #
9:065 -> 9-1-2-                      9 next valid id
9:065 -> 4-2--1-2104-Market da       4 errors(or info) 
9:065 -> 4-2--1-2104-Market da
9:072 <- 3-45-2-0-USD-CASH--0.       <- 3 means an order I sent   
9:671 -> 5-34-2-15016062-USD-C       5 order status
9:722 -> 11--1-2-15016062-USD-       11 exec 
9:724 -> 5-34-2-15016062-USD-C       more status
9:727 -> 5-34-2-15016062-USD-C
9:728 -> 59-1-0000e215.60b94f1       59 commission report

Find the Narcissistic value among below numbers

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#include <iostream>
#include <stack>
#include <cmath>

using std::cout;
using std::endl;
using std::stack;

/**
 * Return the Narcissistic value of the digits stored in the stack.
 * A Narcissistic value is (insert description).
 */
int narsic(stack<int> stk)
{
    int result = 0;
    int power_count = stk.size();

    while (! stk.empty() ) {
        int digit = stk.top();
        stk.pop();
        result += pow(digit, power_count);
    }

    return result;
}

/**
 * Entry point.
 */
int main() {
    int num;
    num = 1652;
    stack<int> numstack;

    while (num>0)
        {
            int indic = num % 10;
            num /= 10;
            numstack.push(indic);
        }

    int result = narsic(numstack);
    cout << "Result: " << result << endl;

    return 0;
}

Flutter App Issue with Json Decode - Data from Socket

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await Socket.connect(ip, int.parse(port)).then((socket) async {
print('Connected to: '
  '${socket.remoteAddress.address}:${socket.remotePort}');
socket.listen((data) {
  result = String.fromCharCodes(data);
}, onDone: () {
print("Done");
setState(() {
  data = json.decode(result);
});
print (data);
});
socket.write(code);
});
}
await Socket.connect(ip, int.parse(port)).then((socket) async {
  print('Connected to: '
      '${socket.remoteAddress.address}:${socket.remotePort}');
  socket.cast<List<int>>().transform(json.fuse(utf8).decoder).listen((event) {
    setState(() {
      data = event;
    });
  });
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await Socket.connect(ip, int.parse(port)).then((socket) async {
print('Connected to: '
  '${socket.remoteAddress.address}:${socket.remotePort}');
socket.listen((data) {
  result = String.fromCharCodes(data);
}, onDone: () {
print("Done");
setState(() {
  data = json.decode(result);
});
print (data);
});
socket.write(code);
});
}
await Socket.connect(ip, int.parse(port)).then((socket) async {
  print('Connected to: '
      '${socket.remoteAddress.address}:${socket.remotePort}');
  socket.cast<List<int>>().transform(json.fuse(utf8).decoder).listen((event) {
    setState(() {
      data = event;
    });
  });

ROLL UP to keep only Grand Total and remove sub totals

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with cte as (
      select m.Division, m.Section, m.Department, m.Assortment,  m.Promo, m.Range_Details,
             . . . 
      from . . .
      group by m.Division, m.Section, m.Department, m.Assortment,  m.Promo, m.Range_Details
     )
select *
from cte
union all
select 'Grand Total', null, null, null, null, null,
       sum(WH_STK), . . . 
from cte;
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COALESCE(Division,'Grand Total') Divi,
(CASE WHEN Division IS NOT NULL THEN COALESCE(Section,'DivTotal') ELSE '' END) Sec,
(CASE WHEN Section IS NOT NULL THEN COALESCE(m.Department,'SecTotal') ELSE '' END) Dept,
(CASE WHEN m.Department IS NOT NULL THEN COALESCE(Assortment,' Total') ELSE '' END) Assort,
COALESCE(Promo,'') Prom,
(CASE WHEN Division IS NULL  THEN COALESCE(Range_Details,'Grand Total') ELSE COALESCE(Range_Details,'') END) Range_

insert multiple rows is slow in symfony 3

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$manager = $this->getContainer()->get('doctrine')->getEntityManager();
// data : object
foreach ($data as $value) {
    $entitty = $stkModel->getRepository()->findOneBy(['phone' => $value->getPhone()]);
    if ($entity) {
        $stk = $stkModel->getEntity();
        $stk->setName('mina');
        $stk->setStatus(1);
        // $manager->persist($stk); <-- Don't need persist here because your object is coming out from the entity manager
    }
    if ($stk) {
        $entitty = $titleModel->getRepository()->findOneBy(['stkId' => $stk->getId()]);
        $title = $titleModel->getEntity();
        $title->setName('dev');
        $title->setOrder(2);
        // $manager->persist($stk); <-- same as mention above
    }
}

// call flush once at the end
$manager->flush();

Pandas indexed Series Subset (of a DataFrame) not changing values

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def calc_cons(g):
    # Transpose
    t = g[g.columns[g.columns != 'code']].T
    # Update Cons
    g.loc[g.index == 'cons', g.columns != 'code'] = (-t['stk'].diff() +
                                                     t['sup'].fillna(0)).to_numpy()
    return g


df = df.groupby('code', as_index=False, sort=False).apply(calc_cons)
# print(df[df.index == 'cons'])
print(df)
      code  2021-05-01  2021-05-02  2021-05-03  2021-05-04
mode                                                      
stk   A121         4.0         1.0        12.0         NaN
sup   A121         2.0         NaN         5.0         1.0
cons  A121         NaN         3.0        -6.0         NaN
stk   H812         2.0         3.0        13.0         NaN
sup   H812         2.0         NaN         5.0         4.0
cons  H812         NaN        -1.0        -5.0         NaN
stk   Z198         6.0         2.0        12.0         NaN
sup   Z198         NaN         NaN         NaN         NaN
cons  Z198         NaN         4.0       -10.0         NaN
stk   S222         NaN         NaN         NaN         NaN
sup   S222         2.0         NaN         5.0         7.0
cons  S222         NaN         NaN         NaN         NaN
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def calc_cons(g):
    # Transpose
    t = g[g.columns[g.columns != 'code']].T
    # Update Cons
    g.loc[g.index == 'cons', g.columns != 'code'] = (-t['stk'].diff() +
                                                     t['sup'].fillna(0)).to_numpy()
    return g


df = df.groupby('code', as_index=False, sort=False).apply(calc_cons)
# print(df[df.index == 'cons'])
print(df)
      code  2021-05-01  2021-05-02  2021-05-03  2021-05-04
mode                                                      
stk   A121         4.0         1.0        12.0         NaN
sup   A121         2.0         NaN         5.0         1.0
cons  A121         NaN         3.0        -6.0         NaN
stk   H812         2.0         3.0        13.0         NaN
sup   H812         2.0         NaN         5.0         4.0
cons  H812         NaN        -1.0        -5.0         NaN
stk   Z198         6.0         2.0        12.0         NaN
sup   Z198         NaN         NaN         NaN         NaN
cons  Z198         NaN         4.0       -10.0         NaN
stk   S222         NaN         NaN         NaN         NaN
sup   S222         2.0         NaN         5.0         7.0
cons  S222         NaN         NaN         NaN         NaN
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dates = list(df.columns)
dates.remove('code')
for date in dates:
    prev_date = date - datetime.timedelta(days=1)
    if(df.loc["stk"].get(prev_date,None) is not None):
        opn_stk = df.loc["stk",prev_date].reset_index(drop=True)    # gets the stock of prev date
        cls_stk = df.loc["stk",date].reset_index(drop=True)         # gets the stock of current date
        sup = df.loc["sup",date].fillna(0).reset_index(drop=True)   # gets suplly of current date
        cons = opn_stk - cls_stk + sup
        df.loc["cons",date] = cons.to_numpy()

Pandas combine two data frames append a subset of columns to the rows of output table

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idx = pd.MultiIndex.from_product(
    [set(stk["code"].tolist() + sup["code"].tolist()), ["stk", "sup"]],
    names=["code", "mode"],
)
x = (
    pd.concat([stk.assign(mode="stk"), sup.assign(mode="sup")])
    .set_index(["code", "mode"])
    .reindex(idx)
    .reset_index()
)
print(x)
   code mode  01-05-2021  02-05-2021  03-05-2021  06-05-2021
0  Z198  stk         6.0         2.0        12.0         NaN
1  Z198  sup         NaN         NaN         NaN         NaN
2  H812  stk         2.0         3.0        13.0         NaN
3  H812  sup         2.0         NaN         5.0         4.0
4  A121  stk         4.0         1.0        12.0         NaN
5  A121  sup         2.0         NaN         5.0         1.0
6  S222  stk         NaN         NaN         NaN         NaN
7  S222  sup         2.0         NaN         5.0         7.0
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idx = pd.MultiIndex.from_product(
    [set(stk["code"].tolist() + sup["code"].tolist()), ["stk", "sup"]],
    names=["code", "mode"],
)
x = (
    pd.concat([stk.assign(mode="stk"), sup.assign(mode="sup")])
    .set_index(["code", "mode"])
    .reindex(idx)
    .reset_index()
)
print(x)
   code mode  01-05-2021  02-05-2021  03-05-2021  06-05-2021
0  Z198  stk         6.0         2.0        12.0         NaN
1  Z198  sup         NaN         NaN         NaN         NaN
2  H812  stk         2.0         3.0        13.0         NaN
3  H812  sup         2.0         NaN         5.0         4.0
4  A121  stk         4.0         1.0        12.0         NaN
5  A121  sup         2.0         NaN         5.0         1.0
6  S222  stk         NaN         NaN         NaN         NaN
7  S222  sup         2.0         NaN         5.0         7.0
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sup['mode'] = 'sup'
stk['mode'] = 'stk'

# this function is just to add the misisng rows with NAN values. If you don't want rows with NAN values skip the func.
def add_row(x):
    if (len(x)<2):
        x = x.append([{'code':  x['code'].iloc[0], 'mode':  x['mode'].iloc[0]}])
        return x
    return x
merged_df = stk.merge(sup, how='outer').groupby('code').apply(add_row).reset_index(drop=True)
   code mode  01-05-2021  02-05-2021  03-05-2021  06-05-2021
0  A121  stk         4.0         1.0        12.0         NaN
1  A121  sup         2.0         NaN         5.0         1.0
2  H812  stk         2.0         3.0        13.0         NaN
3  H812  sup         2.0         NaN         5.0         4.0
4  S222  sup         2.0         NaN         5.0         7.0
5  S222  sup         NaN         NaN         NaN         NaN
6  Z198  stk         6.0         2.0        12.0         NaN
7  Z198  stk         NaN         NaN         NaN         NaN
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sup['mode'] = 'sup'
stk['mode'] = 'stk'

# this function is just to add the misisng rows with NAN values. If you don't want rows with NAN values skip the func.
def add_row(x):
    if (len(x)<2):
        x = x.append([{'code':  x['code'].iloc[0], 'mode':  x['mode'].iloc[0]}])
        return x
    return x
merged_df = stk.merge(sup, how='outer').groupby('code').apply(add_row).reset_index(drop=True)
   code mode  01-05-2021  02-05-2021  03-05-2021  06-05-2021
0  A121  stk         4.0         1.0        12.0         NaN
1  A121  sup         2.0         NaN         5.0         1.0
2  H812  stk         2.0         3.0        13.0         NaN
3  H812  sup         2.0         NaN         5.0         4.0
4  S222  sup         2.0         NaN         5.0         7.0
5  S222  sup         NaN         NaN         NaN         NaN
6  Z198  stk         6.0         2.0        12.0         NaN
7  Z198  stk         NaN         NaN         NaN         NaN

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QUESTION

Load STK applet on SIM card boot

Asked 2021-Jun-12 at 13:50

Are there any methods that a Sim Toolkit applet is selected when phone boots or SIM card is inserted on phone?

I want an applet on a SIM card that automatically executes some commands and display a message when SIM is installed on phone or phone boots.

STK Applet got 3 methods 'process','processToolkit'and 'install'. I don't know if each of methods 'process','processToolkit' can be called during phone boot or SIM installation on phone?

ANSWER

Answered 2021-Jun-12 at 13:50

This is possible. You have to register the event EVENT_PROFILE_DOWNLOAD during the applet installation.

toolkitRegistry = ToolkitRegistrySystem.getEntry();
toolkitRegistry.setEvent(EVENT_PROFILE_DOWNLOAD);
// in case you need a menu later, too:
toolkitRegistry.initMenuEntry( ...

When the SIM is started the modem will always execute the TERMINAL PROFILE commmand. This will trigger the registered EVENT_PROFILE_DOWNLOAD by processToolkit. In case you have a menu the menu selection will be handled also by processToolkit. The event will be EVENT_MENU_SELECTION then.

From processToolkit you can execute any necessary behavior, e.g. displaying a text.

        ProactiveHandlerSystem.getTheHandler().clear();
        ProactiveHandlerSystem.getTheHandler().initDisplayText((byte) 0x81, 0x04, array, offset, (short) (length));
        byte res = ProactiveHandlerSystem.getTheHandler().send();
        return res == RES_CMD_PERF;

The array would be the ASCII encoding of your text.

Consult the UICC API as startign point.

Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/67947867

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