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Thread: Problem running of netbeans 8 with JDK 7 on window 8 64 bit

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    Default Problem running of netbeans 8 with JDK 7 on window 8 64 bit

    I am also having a problem with running of netbeans 8 on windows 8 64 bit, while installing the next button was not apperaing clear (only "Ne " was there instead of "Next") some how installation got complete.
    After that i made small program of calculator now the buttons use to get disappear after clicking on it.

    Please suggest what to do????

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    Default Re: Problem running of netbeans 8 with JDK 7 on window 8 64 bit

    If you're using NetBeans' GUI Builder (the graphical interface for building GUI code), then this is more of an IDE question than a coding question. Let me know, and I'll move it.

    If you're not using the GUI Builder, then to help you with your code, we need to see the code. Please post it properly. Start by showing the code that creates the buttons and the action listeners attached to the buttons.

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    Default Re: Problem running of netbeans 8 with JDK 7 on window 8 64 bit

    It may or may not have anything to do with this - but just thought i'd add add that
    when I installed Netbeans 8.0 on Mavericks OSX 10.9 I used to get some weird messages up
    when I tried to create projects - code would not auto-complete properly and files that were
    perfectly ok failed to build.

    I do not know if this is anything to do with using a high-end OS (perhaps the Netbeans SDK has some
    bugs. Netbeans does have it's own technical support forum. I got sick and tired of the Application quitting
    unexpectedly that I switched to Eclipse. Had no problems since. Mind you - I haven't used Windows since
    version ME - so please take what I said with a pinch of salt.

    Wishes Ada xx
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    Default Re: Problem running of netbeans 8 with JDK 7 on window 8 64 bit

    JVM runtime environment is the only thing NetBeans 8.0 IDE would need. Even though wizards is used to download the software on your computer, the only platform is Java platform. Windows are a separate operating system. Java Platform is used to allocate and save memory space through a process called buffering system. Through the Java's 8 primitive data type, byte[], int, short, long, double, float, Boolean, char, the JVM uses these data to only to manipulate data on the machine. Windows is a different OS than Java.

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