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GBApplet problems

 
Nick George
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The applet code compiles exquisitly, but when i try to run the applet code, the java console there's a NoClassDefFoundError: BreezySwing/GBApplet.
Now, this seems a wee bit strange to me, it saying it can't find the GBApplet that is in BreezySwing, seeing as how i never told it it was in BreezySwing.
Thanks for the help
 
Dirk Schreckmann
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What does your code look like. Does it start with public class MyApplet extends GBApplet?
Moving this to the Applets forum...
 
Nick George
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Here's the code
 
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Note: N is just a convenience class; N.wait is the same as Thread.sleep, N.o is the same as System.out.print. look at the difference! 3 characters instead of 16!
 
Nick George
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I posted what my code lookes like... yes, it does start with public class MyApplet extends GBApplet... what of it?
 
Nick George
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i don't mean to be irritating, but i answered the question asked of me over a week ago... am i going to get any help?
 
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What is in BreezySwing?

Can we assume that you have no package statement in GBApplet?
 
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