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    Default Where to find most recent java platform???

    I don't know which platform is the right one to download, I downloaded one a while ago that I though was recent but then the Scanner class didn't resolve in a program. I can't find on java.sun.com.

    Can someone tell me what is the most recent, and give link, and what does it depend on? I have Vista 32-bit, OS are there any other factors that determine which is the right one for me?? Does the IDE matter? I hate this confusing bs.

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    What do you mean the Scanner class didn't resolve? Was it properly imported? I don't see any reason as to why it wouldn't work under any platform. The Sun website lgives you some option, which is confusing, but you're always gonna get the same JDK.

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    Of course I imported it properly, it would give a different error message if i wrote it wrong

    import java.util.Scanner;


    but I saw someone else on a different forum ask this because he got same error and people said his jdk file was outdated or something and he needed to get a more recent one so i dunno wtf to do.

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    What IDE do you use?maybe the classpath is not defined.

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    classpath? what is that?

    I tried it in BlueJ and JCreator IDE's but it didn't work in either got same error.

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    Default Jdk 6 Se

    Not trying to interfere with the solution of your problem, but I think this is the most recent version of the JDK (if you need it):
    Java SE Downloads

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