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    hello i have a little problem. i just started using netbeans and for some reason cs1 wont work on it. is there anything i'm supposed to do?

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    You could start by explaining what cs1 is supposed to mean.

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    cs1 is a Keyboard import that allows the user to have input.

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    Where did you get cs1 from? Do they provide doc for how to use it?
    What does " cs1 wont work" mean? Error messages or what?

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    Quote Originally Posted by f_the_cook View Post
    cs1 is a Keyboard import that allows the user to have input.
    A keyboard? What's that mean?

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    basically its an import file that is used to get user input.

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    Where is it defined? What jar file? or ???
    If you want to use it in you programs, you'll need the jar file with the cs1 class files on the classpath for compiles and executes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by f_the_cook View Post
    basically its an import file that is used to get user input.
    Do you want to import a Java file or a jar file? How that handle inputs? Did you read any related document to that?

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