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Actually I wanna learn Java very badly but for the fact that I can't even get J.D.K 1.1 up and running on my Office PC......
 
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Hey, did you try to E-mail this J.D.K guy?
 
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Originally posted by Mapraputa Is:
Hey, did you try to E-mail this J.D.K guy?


J.D.K guy? Whaa?
 
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OK, I'm gonna try to download JDK one more time. I had downloaded it before, but then my brother uninstall Win98, install WinXP, uninstall WinXp, reinstall Win98. May I know which website which I go to to download JDK. Meanwhile I'm trying Sun's website to look for JDK download. IN case if I can't find it, pls anyone let me know JDK download website. As I'm not paticularly good at clicking the correct links if the webpage is too complicated.
 
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When I d/l software, I keep it in a directory called "installs". That way if I have to reinstall it, I don't have to re-download it. I just go back to the install folder and re-run the installer. If you're going to be changing your OS like your socks, you might want to try this approach.
 
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Originally posted by <Johnson Chong>:
.....Office PC......


PC => Personal Chair
To run Jave, it should have good sneakers.
 
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