freeposte wrote On 02/09/06 16:13,:
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,top-posting avoid Please -- That is, your questions
and comments will be much easier to understand if you
place them after what you're responding to instead of
before. Another useful style is to intersperse your
material among lines of quoted stuff: A quoted paragraph,
your question or comment on it, another quoted bit,
another response, and so on. Yoda-speak you may accused
of otherwise be.
Two: First, I gave you code for a class named Pong,
having failed to notice that your class was named jPong.
Even though the language doesn't actually require it,
tradition dictates that class names should begin with
upper-case letters; that's what Java programmers expect
to see, and if you want your code to be readable you'll
follow the convention. It may save trouble -- such as,
for example, somebody giving you code that doesn't match
your unusual and unexpected class name. This may or may
not actually be the source of your problem, but it certainly
Second, you may be using a CLASSPATH when you shouldn't,
or a CLASSPATH that's wrong, or you may have misarranged
your directory structure with respect to your package names.
See Roedy Green's list of likely causes at
... and be aware that some of the listed causes probably
don't apply to your situation. Read 'em all.