SV: [jdom-interest] conflicting List class
pernorrman at telia.com
Thu Jan 22 05:34:27 PST 2004
Visual J++ is a *dead* product that uses Microsofts version of Java 1.1.
The Collection classes (of which java.util.List is one) was introduced
in Java 1.2. Your best bet is to upgrade your development environment:
Eclipse (www.eclipse.org) is a very good IDE, and free!
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För J. Albers
Skickat: den 22 januari 2004 14:21
Till: jdom-interest at jdom.org
Ämne: [jdom-interest] conflicting List class
This problem has been mentioned a few time, but i didn't find an answer
that could help me. I get the following error message
when compiling the class with the method mentioned below.
- cannot find definition for class 'java.util.List'
The solutions i heard sofar had something to do with java 1.1 versus
As far as i know i'm using JDK 1.4 to compile the JDOM package. And i
use Visual J++ for my programm compiling.
Doe anyone know how to solve this?
private void listElements(Element e)
System.out.println("*Element, name:" + e.getName() +
", text:" + e.getText()) ;
//List all attributes
List as = e.getAttributes();
for (Iterator i = as.iterator();i.hasNext();)
Attribute a = (Attribute)i.next();
System.out.println("*Attribute, name:" + a.getName() +
", value:" + a.getValue()) ;
//List all children
List c = e.getChildren();
for (Iterator i = c.iterator();i.hasNext();)
Element n = (Element)i.next();
Thanks, Joachim Albers.
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