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where can I get javai.lib/dll ?

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when I was following the JNI tutorial - Invoking the Java Virtual Machine, I couldn't get the example compile because the javai.dll/lib file is missing. I've just downloaded and installed the java sdk1.3.1, but still cannot find the file, do I need to get a seperate download for these files ? The tutorial says nothing about these files... where should I go to get these files ?
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It's in 1.1.8.
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Though I'm not sure that you need them.
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thanx a lot man..
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No worries, thanks for the points :)
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