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Charlotte Shearrill
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is there a listing of java 2 classes only?
Dirk Schreckmann
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What do you mean exactly? Do you mean Java 2 classes to the exclusion of any classes that existed in the Java 1.1 API? In which case which Java 2? The first Java 2 was actually Java 1.2. Then Java 1.3 was released, which was also called Java 2. Recently Java 1.4 was released, which is also called Java 2.
Or do you mean Java classes that are just part of the standard API from Sun? Today this includes all of the classes released in Java 1.0, 1.1, 1.2, 1.3, and 1.4 and collectively are referred to as Java 2 a complete listing for which can be found at http://java.sun.com/j2se/1.4/docs/api/index.html .


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Charlotte Shearrill
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hi dirk,
thank you for looking at this and breaking it down for me. what i am asking for is a listing of classes that are not java 2 specific. i want to be able to run an applet in the browser with the default java plug-in rather than having to download/install a plug-in on the client machine.
thanks.
charlotte
Bosun Bello
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Swing is not part of the initial release of the API. So if you want to run with the default JVM of the browser, make sure you don't have any swing in your applet. Stick to AWT.


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Charlotte Shearrill
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thank you bosun. good looking out.
-- charlotte
Dirk Schreckmann
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So you've reversed your question.
A complete listing of Java 1.1 classes can be found in the Java 1.1 Standard Edition API Documentation.
You may also wish to compile with the target switch:
javac -target 1.1 Whatever.java
Take a look at the javac documentation for more detail.
Good Luck.
 
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