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Thread: Compile a set of java files for a sudoku program

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    Default Compile a set of java files for a sudoku program

    I wanted to study a full fledged sudoku built in java..

    I came across this sudoku at sourceforge.net.

    You can download the source code from here..

    http://sourceforge.net/projects/play...ysudoku/1.0.1/

    After extracting the files,i don't know how to compile all these files one by one..

    i mean which should be compiled first and which one later..

    Can anyone please help me in compiling all these source files and executing the program?

    Plus i've noticed none of these files contain a class which contains the main function. So i also don't know from where will the execution start.
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    Default Re: Compile a set of java files for a sudoku program

    ...why don't you just compile all of them? An IDE should do it for you, or if you're doing it by command line, can't you just do something like javac *.java?

    And welcome to the forums, but this is probably something you should be asking the members of the project.
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    Default Re: Compile a set of java files for a sudoku program

    okay..i will try by using both of these methods..

    yes i tried to..but there's no help available at sourceforge.net. No email ids of developers are given.

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    Default Re: Compile a set of java files for a sudoku program

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    Default Re: Compile a set of java files for a sudoku program

    im sorry. these were different sites. so i thought i should do it to get a quick reply.

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    Default Re: Compile a set of java files for a sudoku program

    Quote Originally Posted by kanishk.dudeja View Post
    im sorry. these were different sites. so i thought i should do it to get a quick reply.
    The problem is, anybody not aware of the crossposting will be unaware of what answers you've already received. So we're liable to waste our time telling you something you've already heard. And with hundreds of posts here, we don't really have any time to waste- especially because we're doing this for free. Crossposting makes it seem like you value your time more than ours, and more than others trying to get help, which comes off as extremely rude.

    And since we don't know where else you might have posted this now, I have a hard time helping crossposters who don't at least let us know where the other posts are.

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    Default Re: Compile a set of java files for a sudoku program

    okay. i get it . wont do it again mate. thanks..

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    Default Re: Compile a set of java files for a sudoku program

    thanks. it worked out. eclipse did it automatically

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