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Detech installed modules

I have JMF in my application, is there anyway to detech if user has JMF installed ? Say my program still work with/without the JMF, if use have it then they can play sound, video.
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ahTri
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objectsCommented:
Just try and instantiate a JMF class and catch the ClassNotFoundException.
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ahTriAuthor Commented:
Can you just give me a few lines sample code. Please
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objectsCommented:
boolean jmf = true;
try
{
   Class.forName("some JMF classname");

   // JMF is installed
}
catch (ClassNotFoundException ex)
{
  // JMF is not installed
  jmf = false;
}
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