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"import org.apache.http.HttpRequest;" Cannot be Resolved

Natalie Kopple
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Under the "package" and above the "public class ...", I put I got the error message saying that import statement cannot be resolved. Please help. Thank you.
Jesper de Jong
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You must add the JAR file that contains this class to the classpath. It's probably the Apache HttpClient library.


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Natalie Kopple
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Thanks a lot. I am missing a JAR.
 
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