I have absolutely no clue about java programmming, but I found a little program on the internet that I want to use.
The first step in the directions is:
1. Install the latest JDK
so, I do a search on it and I'm at-
ok, so what do I download, the one under JRE right?
the other steps in the directions say to get Xalan XML Parser and Xerces XSLT Processor and put it in my CLASSPATH.
so, I'm over at www.apache.org
going nuts, because it seems there are tons of versions of things and well I really don't know what to download there.
I'm taking a guess my CLASSPATH is wherever I end installing the JDK?
Finally, the last step is to unzip the news.jar to my CLASSPATH. I'm taking another guess that once I get the JDK installed, I'm suppose to somehow run the news.jar?
Anyway, any help on what download part much appreciated. =)
Hopefully this won't be too hard for me. ;)
I remember installing Perl on my computer a long time ago, don't remember that being to hard.
Computer specs: win95 266mhz pentium II mmx 128ram