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    Default How to find jar files

    Hi,
    How to find jar files by using imported files.

    For an eg,
    import org.bouncycastle.tools.openpgp.util.PGPParams;
    import org.bouncycastle.tools.openpgp.util.ProcessingEngi ne;
    Find jar file for the above imported packages..

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    For what purposes? Do you have some piece of code that uses those jars and you don't have those jars or do you want to programmatically deduce the jar files in which they reside?
    If you are looking for jar files then google is a great friend.

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    Hi,
    I want to decrypt a signed message by using PGP.Regarding this, I need some jar files.I'm having the above imported files.But i dont know how to get jar files.I'm searching in google also..But i didnt get.Help anyone to solve my problem.

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    Refer to the replies in your other post about this.
    Next time please don't post one questions over many forums.

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    I have just posted only 2 forums why i posted means i'l get the solution soon tats y.. But i didnt get a proper solution of both. Anyway sorry..

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    You're in Deepa Shita!

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    It's not that it's bad to cross-post per se, rather it's that it's bad to do it without notifying us that you're doing it. Why risk us repeating efforts that have already been done before in a cross-post? Thanks for your cooperation in this in future posts.

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