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nirjari patel
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I saved jdk6.0 on desktop and then run it, it did get installed. There were some messages, which I xould not understand

I want to create a shortcut for APIs on my desktop. In which dir do I need to go to create this shortcut ? I checked all the directories, but could not find the right dir. Under what name are all the APIs saved in dir ?

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You can download the Java SE 6 Documentation here, about halfway down the page, and install it where you want.

You can also make your own shortcut to the online version of the API using this: http://download.oracle.com/javase/6/docs/api/

Good luck!
 
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If you're on Windows, you might find the Windows help documentation to be more useful than the html docs (being able to instantly search for classes and methods globally is amazingly helpful).
 
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Thanks. But currently my net is running too slow. I had created a shortcut for the API documentation is one of the dir. I dont remember that dir now. Can you please let me know, in what dir API doc are located ?

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