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hey, i am trying to use jfreechart, but i am having problems with importing packages from the file i downloaded. I am using JBuilder 2005, and i am getting the following error.

cannot find symbol; symbol : class ChartFactory, location: package org.jfree.chart at line 3 (3:24)
import requires canonical name for <any> at line 3 (3:24)

Your help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!!!
 
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Please post the package and import statements from the offending class.
 
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How did you add the libraries to your classpath?
 
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I was thinking that i was probably doing that wrong.

C:\jfreechart-1.0.4\lib\jfreechart-1.0.4.jar
I added this path to the classpath in environment variables.jfreechart-1.0.4.jar contains the folder org
 
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