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where to find apis

Len Padson
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Are there any lists of api's available (third party)? For anything.
Jeff Verdegan
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There are hundreds of thirdparty APIs, and they're all developed and distributed pretty much independently. There's no single comprehensive list. They're all over the place, at sites like sourceforge and apache.
Akhilesh Trivedi
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More often third party will have their site where you can find the APIs, I hope you mean Java Docs.


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Hussein Baghdadi
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That is exactly Google's job.
Muhammad Khojaye
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Just to add, you can search any jar or class from Jarfinder. It also help to solve ClassNotFoundExceptions or NoClassDefFoundErrors errors.


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Jeff Verdegan
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Muhammad Khojaye wrote:Just to add, you can search any jar or class from Jarfinder. It also help to solve ClassNotFoundExceptions or NoClassDefFoundErrors errors.


What does that have to do with the OP's question?
 
I agree. Here's the link: http://aspose.com/file-tools
 
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