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    Hi..

    I am trying to find the API for the Java ME but I can't find it.

    Please help?

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    Default Re: Java ME API ?

    This is the first google result for a search of "java me api" and it seems like a reasonable place to start: Java ME & Java Card Documentation
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    Default Re: Java ME API ?

    I tried but I wasn't able to find anything ?

    Java ME SDK, Version 3.0
    User Guide

    Java ME Platform SDK and Windows Mobile Integration

    Binary Release Notes

    Where is the API itself ? I can't see it :S

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    Default Re: Java ME API ?

    There are several links to APIs, and I don't know which one you're looking for. Did you try clicking the links on that page?
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    Default Re: Java ME API ?

    I am looking for the ME version of: Java Platform SE 6

    and yes I have tried, and I can not find it.

    Thanks.

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    Default Re: Java ME API ?

    I don't know what else to tell you. From the link I gave you, you can click on "Get Documentation & APIs", then "Reference Implementation APIs", then it lists links to several ME APIs. Is that not what you're looking for?
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    Thanks.
    I guess this was what I was looking for. Because it said GET I thought it was for downloading ?

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    Default Re: Java ME API ?

    That's why I asked you if you actually clicked any of the links. Only one way to find out. Also, even if it was for downloading, the interface would still be the same.

    I'm moving this thread to the ME forum.
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    Default Re: Java ME API ?

    Quote Originally Posted by fatabass View Post
    I am looking for the ME version of: Java Platform SE 6

    and yes I have tried, and I can not find it.
    That's because you're looking for something that doesn't exist. Java ME has its own classes and API. Even if the classes have the same name and package, the methods may be (and are) different from their counterparts in Java SE.

    The language features are compatible with Java 1.3.

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