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    help::java.awt

    Hello every one,
    On my way to java application, I needed to use java.awt package. My java sdk does not contain it so I downloaded it. Now my problem is, how to make it use by import? What I have is just byte codes, and I got no idea how to use it.

    Any help is appreciated.

    Thanks

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    Re: help::java.awt

    Quote Originally Posted by bunkdeath View Post
    Hello every one,
    On my way to java application, I needed to use java.awt package. My java sdk does not contain it so I downloaded it. Now my problem is, how to make it use by import? What I have is just byte codes, and I got no idea how to use it.

    Any help is appreciated.

    Thanks
    Using the line :

    Code:
    import java.awt.
    It imports the awt package which contains all the essential tools for drawing using java, including Color class, and the various visual Component Classes.

    Also see this : Packages and Import
    Last edited by rahulvala; 2010-08-30 at 19:14. Reason: CHANGE

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    Re: help::java.awt

    That thing is simple. But what if it is not present in the CLASSPATH or something like that? Problem for me is to put it in correct path. Everything we import, i guess we do it form a jar file. I was wondering how to put it into jar file? Or if there is any other way to import then let me know.
    And for more information, I am using windows platform. I prefer solution in windows platform, but side wise if i get solution for linux, it would be helpful to me later on.

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    Re: help::java.awt

    Might be I am not clear myself. The link you refer says s/he have problem with javax.image.*, but his/hers java.awt.* seems working fine. My problem is, while importing java.awt.*, it gives error saying "package does not exits". My actual question is, where to put those files I downloaded in my computer location??

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    Re: help::java.awt

    Put the files in the library folder of your project and then try to import using java.awt.*
    thanks,
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    Re: help::java.awt

    Thank you Amitabh,
    I already tried that, it did not happen, but as I am using Netbeans as my IDE, I specified the location of that lib folder and now it works.

    Thank you all who tried to help me.

    Thanks

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    Re: help::java.awt

    It's important that you set the required dependency of your project on all external libraries while working with IDE's like Eclipse and Netbeans.
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