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Where can I find a description of the different Java classes? by carpeliam
Posted: 22 Jun 01

If you're programming Java at all, you're going to need a hand knowing which classes Java has. It would also be nice to know which methods and fields those classes have. It would ALSO be nice to have a description of those classes, methods, and fields, as well as related classes, deprecation information, and much more. Hard to find all that much information in one place, right? Wrong. In fact, Sun's Javadoc gives you all that and more.

http://java.sun.com/j2se/1.3/docs/api/index.html

You'll need to change directories if you want a different version of java- the above is 1.3.

This has proved to be the single most useful resource I've ever had as a java programmer.  I hope it's helpful for you as well.

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