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    Question starfield.class

    I downloaded "Starfield.class". It downloaded as a Dreamweaver CSS doc and my computer asked ..open with. I want to insert this into some Dreamweaver.htm docs i am working on presently. iam not sure if this is the correct application for this . please help with download procedure and what are the correct applications for this "starfield".

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    A .class is no most cases a compiled Java application or applet. How you use it depends on whether it's an application or an applet.

    If it's an applet, it's made for embedding in html documents. You better look for the creator's documentation of it, or a page that uses it, if you want to find out what parameters you need to get it to work.

    If it's an application, you need a JVM (Java Virtual Machine). If you're on a Mac, the MJR (Macintosh Java Runtime) is with all probability already installed. If you're on Windows, you better go to Sun's webpage and download J2SE. Then when that is set up, you run it from the command line using J2SE.


    (Moved this to General Web Building forum instead of JavaScript - Java is entirely different from JavaScript.)
    Last edited by liorean; 11-29-2004 at 06:13 PM.
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    what is URL of sun to get J2SE?

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    Sun Microsystems, Inc. is at <http://sun.com>, of course. To download Java you can click through them to finally end up at the following address, or you could go directly to <http://www.java.com:80/en/download/manual.jsp>.
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