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Thread: No method called matches() in JBuilder 4 IDE

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    Default No method called matches() in JBuilder 4 IDE

    i want to match a user input given in a text field with a specific pattern using matches() method in Jbuilder 4 IDE. But there is no such method available. matches() method is used as

    jTextField1.getText().matches("[A-Z][a-zA-Z]*")

    how can i get this method in Jbuilder4?


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    Default Re: matches() method is not available in Jbuilder4

    Hello sah.

    Jave you imported java.util.regex.* ?

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