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pavan Kumar
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I'm learning core java. For that i'm using jdk1.2.2 in my system. I think it doesn't support Swings.So plz tell me how to load javax.swings in jdk1.2.2
 
Ernest Friedman-Hill
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Hiiiii,

Welcome to JavaRanch!

We have many different forums here; this one is for Enterprise computing, which is not where you're at yet. We have one forum especially for Java beginners here. I'm going to move your post there where it will get the proper attention.
 
Ilja Preuss
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As far as I remember, it should support Swing just well. Perhaps you'd like to explain why you think it doesn't?

And in the future, you might want to use a more meaningful subject line...
 
Jeroen Wenting
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Swing was added as an integral API in 1.2.0, after being optional since 1.1.5 or so.

You should really be using a more current version though, and not some 5 year old clunker.
 
Vijayendra V Rao
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Originally posted by Rayabharapu kumar:
I'm learning core java. For that i'm using jdk1.2.2 in my system.


Why on earth are you working on such an old version?! Use the latest version...well, even if not the latest atleast something like v1.4+.
 
Mark Vedder
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I agree with the consensus that you want to use a newer JDK like 1.4.2 or 1.5 (aka 5.0). In case you are not familiar with it, you can download the these versions at java.sun.com. My suspicion is that you are using such an old version becuase it was one supplied with a book on CD-ROM. (But that's just a guess).

And welcome to JavaRanch.
 
pavan Kumar
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First i would like to thank all the members in this Group.I'm very much delighted to be assosiated with this group..
 
Marilyn de Queiroz
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Hi, pavan,

Welcome to JavaRanch! Please adjust your display name to meet the JavaRanch Naming Policy.
You can change it here.

Thanks!
 
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