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#8369 - 03/08/03 02:56 AM Re: Having trouble with java  
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Hello.java:6: cannot resolve symbol
symbol : method printIn (java.lang.String)
location: class java.io.PrintStream
System.out.printIn("Hello, world!");
^

i dont know what the arrow means. do i change it?

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#8370 - 03/08/03 02:58 AM Re: Having trouble with java  
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arrow is under dot after out, not under S

#8371 - 03/08/03 05:09 AM Re: Having trouble with java  
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nevermind i finally found out the problem and fixed it. by the way thanks pergesu for all of your help on my problem with java. i appreciate it very much.

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#8372 - 03/09/03 04:22 AM Re: Having trouble with java  
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Chris,

Store all of your projects ( class file and your source code ) that you are working on presently in a folder at C:\Java and then store everything that you have completed in a folder labeled C:\Java Projects.

This is what I do and it makes it much easier to work with so when you go into DOS all you have to do is change your path to "C:\j2sdk1.4.0_03" and change your directory to C:\Java ( type "cd c:\Java" at your command prompt without the quotation marks )

I am assuming that you are using pergesu's tutorials as well. If not, pick them up and print them out over at http://www.javaspot.net/articles.php?action=display&cat=1 . They are great and I can't thank pergesu enough.

Catch me on MSN and we can chat about Java.

Peace,
Crackle

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