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Thread: Java source classes in Eclipse INDIGO

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    Default Java source classes in Eclipse INDIGO

    Hi everyone,
    I want to know where can I find the source codes of the Java predefined classes like arrays, list..etc. Am using Eclipse Indigo Release 3.7.2. Thank you for helping
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    Default Re: Java source classes in Eclipse INDIGO

    Have you tried your favorite search engine? Surely the web has samples available.

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    Default Re: Java source classes in Eclipse INDIGO

    Yes I know it has samples but I want the source codes of the Java itself. I mean the header files not an example.

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    Default Re: Java source classes in Eclipse INDIGO

    Header files?

    The standard JDK comes with a src.zip file. Download the standard JDK (if you don't already have one) and look in the top-level directory.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KevinWorkman View Post
    Header files?

    The standard JDK comes with a src.zip file. Download the standard JDK (if you don't already have one) and look in the top-level directory.
    Thx for the reply. I searched my PC for the src.zip folder and couldn't find it. I went to the Oracle website to get the jdk1.7 installed it gave me an option to download something called glassfish3 and after the installation I searched inside it and there is no jdk folder. any suggestions or direct links to download will be appreciated. Thank you.

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    Glassfish? No, you don't want that. You just want the standard JDK. It's the first thing on this page: Java SE Downloads (which is the first result for googling java JDK).
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    Quote Originally Posted by KevinWorkman View Post
    Glassfish? No, you don't want that. You just want the standard JDK. It's the first thing on this page: Java SE Downloads (which is the first result for googling java JDK).
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