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    Hi all,

    I'm a total newbie in Java, trying to program a drag & drop thingy in applet.

    I have installed eclipse, with the Java in C:\Program Files\Java

    Under the folder Java, I have jdk1.5.0_22 , jre6, and jre1.5.0_22

    I have tomcat installed as well and it works when I go to localhost:8080

    How do I even start creating a new file? In Eclipse, when I go to new, there are lots of options to choose from. Which should I select? Is there additional plugins that I have to install in order to use swing?

    Thanks in advance for any headstart =)

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    No pluggin needed to code Swing, you'll just need to import that classes that you use and perhaps go through the Sun Swing tutorial.

    With regards to learning to code in Eclipse, your best bet is to go through the Eclipse tutorial which you can find in the Help files.

    Much luck.

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