There is probably no problem looking at the html through the browser. I just couldn't remember how I had accessed the pages before.
Maybe it is not the API that I am thinking of. What I was thinking of was these html pages where you can look at the different Java classes and the methods that they use. It's like a reference. It was very helpful if you were looking for a method to perform a function, but didn't know the syntax or if you wanted to see what class belonged to a particular superclass, etc.
I get lost fast at the sun site. They've got so many products and APIs. I just keep jumping from link to link getting more and more confused about which product I should be using. I have no idea what sun calls these html pages.
I thought maybe I needed to download them.
Wait! I just found it. Its at: http://java.sun.com/j2se/1.3/docs/api/index.html
This is what I'm talking about.
Is this the right one for the Java� 2 Standard Edition Runtime Environment?
Sorry for the silly questions. I'm just confused about all of the products.
I was just looking at my D: drive and realised (realized) I have about four bin folders. I have installed and uninstalled so many products since I started that I no longer know what is what.
[This message has been edited by Mark Covert (edited February 26, 2001).]