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Wednesday, March 23rd 2011, 1:26pm

Java Package

could someone help me how to use a specific java package on a Jabaco project .
I hope there will be an option to do this because that will be great an surely it will interesting for java programmer and it will make Jabaco a good environment to use Java new Package(or Library).
PLZ Help
thx in advance



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Wednesday, March 23rd 2011, 2:19pm

To use a Java package in Jabaco, you have to make the package available in your current Jabaco project.
To do that you add the jar file(s) of the package to your project classpath. Press key F1 in the Jabaco IDE
and add the jar files.

Within your Jabaco source code you can specify the Java classes using # as separator.
Example: java#awt#image#BufferedImage

You can use "import" statements to tell Jabaco, which classes you are referring to.

Please use the search facility of this forum to find Java samples. Look for "import", "jar", "classpath" and "java".



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