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how to import javax... in MS J++

 
vikas de
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hi friends,
did somebody know how to import javax.swing.* in microsofts J++ or import sun.jdbc.odbc.*;
i tried to import src.javax.swing;
but it is unable to find the JFrame JTextfield and so on...
Thanx a lot...
feel free to email me: vikasde@usa.net
 
Roseanne Zhang
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As long as you put those javax jars in the CLASSPATH, THE vj++ will be aware of it. The code complete feature of VJ++ will help you to use them. However, don't be fooled by that, VJ++ only compliant with jdk1.1.8, no more.
If you have a VJ++, use it as an Java syntax aware editor, it is a very good editor. I've to admit this. Use your javac as your compiler. Or throw VJ++ entirely to the GC. You will not regret for doing that.
Thanks!
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It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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