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vaibhav mishra
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Joined: Jun 18, 2008
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I am using Netbeans IDE 6.5.1w/ JDK 1.6u13 installed, and when I write this code , or in short this import statement, it says not present

can somebody help me

it seems to be some problem with IDE, I used the nightly and its good now

Ulf Dittmer

Joined: Mar 22, 2005
Posts: 42959
Are you certain that NetBeans is using Java 6 for compiling, and not some other installed JRE? That package was added to the JDK in Java 6, so using an earlier version of the class libraries would produce that error.
vaibhav mishra
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Joined: Jun 18, 2008
Posts: 168
thaks for the pointer , but edited the post, my Netbeans6.5.1 shows the above error but it is the Netbeans javafx version so there might be the root of the problem, on the other hand Netbeans 19 may nightly shows no problem with the above code but it is full netbeans installed , with base IDE and javaSE, JavaEE, etc., i.e., everything , problem seems to be like my wrong use of IDE plugins, and there is no other JRE installed in my system, currently I am working on my java code in the nightly Netbeans and on JavaFX in the current version and they both are running f9
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