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Hi!

I am working with eclipse - but I dont have the attached files for the java source code (lets say I want to see the code of ArrayList - It tells me source was not found...)
I tried to download again the jdk - but it seems like it allways downloading it without the source... I cant find the src.zip anywhere.... can someone help me?

Thanks!
 
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Which JDK version?
 
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JDK 6
 
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This Link will show you source for all Java API's.

Hope this will help.
 
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Zeeshan Sheikh wrote:This Link will show you source for all Java API's.

Hope this will help.



All? There's a lot more in the JDK than what's listed on that page. edit: You need to go up a level and look for javax/ etc.

@sara: Did you download the Oracle JDK or some other JDK? I'm aware that some early releases of JDK 7 were without the src.zip, but this is the first time I'm hearing of a JDK 6 install without the sources.

Post the link of the web page from where you downloaded your JDK.
 
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I know but I thought sara was looking for ArrayList
 
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May be relevant: https://coderanch.com/t/565471/java/java/Source-not-found-src-zip
 
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As noted in the other thread, sara has succeeded in getting the src.zip. It would have been nice to be told that here.
 
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Oops... I didnt notice I answered in the other thread...
after uninstalling and reinstalling JDK 6 from Oracle - the src.zip appeard....

Thanks for everyone.
 
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