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    Default download javax.swing.filechooser?

    Hi,

    where could i download the package javax.swing.filechooser
    i would like to create a program with GUI that simply choose a file.
    Thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by spalax View Post
    Hi,

    where could i download the package javax.swing.filechooser
    i would like to create a program with GUI that simply choose a file.
    Thanks
    SPX

    Did you install Java in you PC, actually JDK package, not JRE. javax.swing is a standard package of development kit.

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    ok thanks,
    i use NetBeans 6.5
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    Keep in mind that lol, NetBeans have nothing to do here. It's just an IDE. Only thing you need is a JDK version. Latest one is always make sense. But this JFileChooser you can find from JDK version 1.4. And fortunetly NetBeans bind with the JDK once you install that version in your machine, everything is fine.

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