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I have a project that I'm doing for school that is several classes big, and has about 10 jpgs that go along with it. Since I recently installed mandrake, I was going to try to get java working. I installed the jsdk, and got it to successfully compile and run a small one class java application. but when I tried to do something multiclass, it doesn't recognize any of the other classes outside the main file. What do I need to do? In windows, I can just compile the file with main, and it'll find all the others if they're in the same dir. What do I need to do here? thanx.
Public and static are two different things. If you dont make the methods in your classes static and try to reference (use) them from other classes you will get an error. One other way to get over this problem is to create an Object of the class before using its methods.
My point was that there's no need to declare everything static. Actually, my point was wrong anyway - there's no need to declare public either, as the default protected is fine for classes in the same package.
I Know how to code java. Like I said, it compiles just fine under windows. It's just in linux, the compiler doesn't find the other classes like it does in windows. A friend of mine mentioned something called ant. anyone know what that is or how I can install it and use it to compile my source?