[program-java] Re: eclipse project package class

Thanks. Now I have another question. Do you always want to get back into what 
you have left? It automatically does that.

Susie

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Hi:

When I need to create something....

I. First create Project, whether that be a standard Java or not that's for you 
to decide however for my example Java by default.

II. Once this task is completed, I usually will open the Project Explorer, 
expand the project, expand or at least open the SRC folder.

III. Next I will create a package....

IV. I then locate said package and then create a class or create a sub package.

Jim


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OK, if I create a new project it doesn't just put me in it? How about the 
package? Do I enter alt f and open each separate thing? It seems to me this 
should be smart enough to know if you are creating something new you obviously 
want to be in it (grin). Am I missing something?



Susie



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Hi Suzie,

According to me, you did not have the new project open, or you were looking at 
the old project.



Jim



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Sent: Monday, March 14, 2011 9:12 AM
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Subject: [program-java] eclipse project package class



Hi Listers and especially Jim C,



The last time I was in Eclipse I created a project, package, and class. This 
morning I again launched Eclipse. I hit alt f and new. I created a project. 
Again hit alt f and new creating a package. Then I did the same thing again and 
created a class. Well, I don't know where the project and package are, but it 
put my class in the space under the project and package from the last time. 
What have I done wrong?



Susie



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