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Hi there.

I have downloaded a package and am trying to use it in my program.

My classpath is:

.;C:\j2sdk1.4.2_04\lib\tools.jar

Where do i put this package. The package has been downlaoded as a zip. The tools folder i like a maze to me!

Any help?
 
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Please don't post duplicate threads. You've already got an ongoing discussion of this topic here. Please just continue the existing conversation, rather than starting a new one.
 
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