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Is there any way of viewing the classes within the java API as source code files.
 
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There should be a src.zip within the root of your JDK, open it.
 
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Hi,
You can use some IDEs to do that, such as Eclipse or NetBeans.

Correct me if i am wrong

thanks
daniel
 
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