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Java Programming [Archive] - Problem when using java3D
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Posts:16
Registered: 8/7/04
Problem when using java3D  
Aug 7, 2004 5:34 PM



 
import com.sun.j3d.utils.applet.mainframe;
why doesn't it work?
thanks!
 

Posts:1,135
Registered: 1/16/04
Re: Problem when using java3D  
Aug 7, 2004 5:48 PM (reply 1 of 8)



 
import com.sun.j3d.utils.applet.mainframe;
why doesn't it work?
thanks!

You will love this one...

import com.sun.j3d.utils.applet.MainFrame;

not that the bold character are supposed to be uppercase, remember Java is case sensitive...

- MaxxDmg...

- ' He who never sleeps... '
 

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Registered: 1/16/04
Re: Problem when using java3D  
Aug 7, 2004 5:50 PM (reply 2 of 8)



 
import com.sun.j3d.utils.applet.mainframe;
why doesn't it work?
thanks!

You will love this one...
import com.sun.j3d.utils.applet.MainFrame;


import com.sun.j3d.utils.applet.MainFrame;

Note that the bold character are supposed to be uppercase, remember Java is case sensitive...

Sorry about that... Brain is sort of dead today...

- MaxxDmg...

- ' He who never sleeps... '
 

Posts:16
Registered: 8/7/04
Re: Problem when using java3D  
Aug 7, 2004 6:12 PM (reply 3 of 8)



 
Sorry.I ignored it.Thanks.
But I wonder why it does not list its member automaticly.For example,when I write import java,it will list some members.
 

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Registered: 1/16/04
Re: Problem when using java3D  
Aug 7, 2004 7:58 PM (reply 4 of 8)



 
Sorry.I ignored it.Thanks.
But I wonder why it does not list its member
automaticly.For example,when I write import java,it
will list some members.

It sounds like your are using an IDE like Eclipse , Netbeans or something and refering to Auto Code Completion right ?

Generally the IDE like Netbeans only know of the standard java packages... additional packages like Java 3d may require you to download a plug-in to get more Auto Code Completion entries and features or...

Like with my NetBeans IDE, modify the Auto Code Completion database to include say new classes and librarys that I created or added...

But as for details on how to edit the Auto Code Completion database or on plug-in installation, you will have to refer to your documentation for your IDE...

And on that note, I don't really use my IDE, so I actually only know that the feature exists by don't know off hand how to modify without looking at the documentation myself... so I would be little help there, and less help if it not NetBeans...

In essence, I am my own IDE...

So you can edit \ modify the Auto Code Completion database ( that what is called in NetBeans) or you can see if there is a plug-in for that package...

- MaxxDmg...

- ' He who never sleeps... '
 

Posts:10,967
Registered: 4/7/01
Re: Problem when using java3D  
Aug 7, 2004 8:01 PM (reply 5 of 8)



 
Sorry.I ignored it.Thanks.
But I wonder why it does not list its member
automaticly.For example,when I write import java,it
will list some members.

You apparently are using some kind of Integrated Development Environment (IDE) that has a code/import completion feature. If you type "import java" it isn't a complete package statement so the possible completions are shown to you. The com...MainFrame is a complete class; there are no other possibilities.
 

Posts:16
Registered: 8/7/04
Re: Problem when using java3D  
Aug 7, 2004 8:21 PM (reply 6 of 8)



 
I'v got it.Thank you all.
I use netbeans 3.6 IDE.
Thanks.
 

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Registered: 1/16/04
Re: Problem when using java3D  
Aug 7, 2004 9:42 PM (reply 7 of 8)



 
Cool... Got Netbeans 3.6 also...

- MaxxDmg...

- ' He who never sleeps... '
 

Posts:357
Registered: 8/5/04
Re: Problem when using java3D  
Aug 7, 2004 9:45 PM (reply 8 of 8)



 
hey MaxxDmg - he who never sleeps

please reply to my thread man ! thanks!
 
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