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how to display message in java?

how to display message in java?

how to display message in java?

can you tell me how i can display message in java.........

RE: how to display message in java?


public class Test {
    public static void main(String[] args) {
        System.out.println("Hello, world!");

Any search on Google would have lead to a similar result :)

RE: how to display message in java?

thanx but i copied it abc.java it is not working

RE: how to display message in java?

you must copy the code in a file called exactly Test.java ... or let it be abc.java, but then remove the public keyword from the class declaration (just 'class Test' instead of 'public class Test'

RE: how to display message in java?

Very Thank you  and from morning i was learning java now getting more information about it but somthing problems such how to create how to send email in java swing base application?
i got code for another language but i need in java with swing base application can you tell me.....?

RE: how to display message in java?

Well, it's a long distance from writing hello world programs to writing a swing application capable of sending e-mails ... I'm afraid it's not something I can explain here. You can learn Java quicker from the Java tutorial which is here:


It covers the basics of Swing programming

As for sending e-mails, you need to use the Javamail API. Do a search on Google and you'll find it

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