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Vector Methods - 'removeAll' and 'addAll'

Posted by Salil V Gangal on July 08, 2001 at 11:47 AM


I've got a Java program that uses Vector methods 'removeAll' and 'addAll'. It compiles and runs fine when I use Sun's JDK. But when I try to use MicroSoft's SDK, it is not able to compile these methods.

Click here to see the version of MicroSoft's SDK which I'm using. (Is there any other free Microsoft SDK ?)

I can live with Sun's JDK of course ... but the problem is I'll like to distribute the code I've written and the intended users will not really like to install Sun's JDK just to run my program, so I'll like to distribute a .EXE file. Which is why I was trying to use MicroSoft's SDK, which can generate .EXE file from the Java programs.

Are there any other (free or paid) alternatives to generating .EXE file from a Java program for distribution other than MicroSoft's SDK ?

Salil V Gangal


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