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hi, I used jdk1.2.1 to implement a project, in which I use awt.List. It worked perfect two days ago. But now when I compile, it gave me alot of error about "Interface List", such as setBounds (....), getSelectedItem () methods are not found in Interface List. List should be a class, how become Interface? When I compile it in other computers, it is OK. I tried to reinstall JDK1.2.1, the error wont go away. Anything wrong with the JDK1.2.1. Please help me. Thanks
List is an interface in java.util package. Use fully qualified name will solve your problem. java.awt.List
Joined: Aug 16, 2000
hi, You are right. But the strange thing is that, the program is compiled OK , just two days ago, with the same version. Is my jdk changed? p.s. I did not import java.util.*
Joined: Nov 14, 2000
Most of the people have moved to JDK1.2.2 or JDK1.3 now, I think you should consider it. All software has bugs, no exceptions to Sun's or yours. In other words, All software is bug free, until you find one. Roseanne [This message has been edited by Roseanne Zhang (edited February 25, 2001).]
hello, I feel , U are importing java.util. package . Now the problem is compilor is not able to decide whether u r refering to a class which is there in java.awt or an interface which is there in java.util. If this is the problem prefix the package name and ur problem will be solved.
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