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    Default Java programing environment

    Hello,
    I am Electrical Engineering student.

    I've received simulation file in .java format.

    I need to run it, but I've never programmed in Java.

    I have petty good experience in VB.NET but not Java.

    I've installed Eclipse environment and NetBeans environments, but it doesn't run.

    I desperately need it !!!

    I would appreciate your advice.

    Thanks in advance,

    Alex.

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    Default Re: Java programing environment

    Here's a link to a tutorial on how to compile and execute a java program:
    "Hello World!" for Microsoft Windows (The Java™ Tutorials > Getting Started > The "Hello World!" Application)

    You will need to install the JDK to compile a program.

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    Default Re: Java programing environment

    Hi Norm,
    thanks for your reply.

    I've followed the instructions and I was able to create HelloWorld application.

    Later I've tried to compile my VideoProcessor.java file and I've got 25 compile errors.
    After some research, I installed Java Advanced Imaging and then I've got only 3 compile errors (see attached file).

    Do you have any idea how to deal with those errors?

    Thanks,

    Alex.Java programing environment-java-errors.png

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    Default Re: Java programing environment

    The compiler is looking for a definition for the ImageWriter class. Look in the API doc the java SE classes and see if its there. You probably need an import statement to tell the compiler what package the class is in.

    Here's a link to the API doc: Java Platform SE 6
    Find the class in the lower left and click on it to get the doc in the main window.

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