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How to use JCalendarComb

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I’m using JDK1.3.1
I’m trying to get the Birth Date using JCalendarCombo but it doesn’t work, I get error messages
I have the JCalendar4.jar file but I don’t know how to include it.

Thank you
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If you are including the JCalendar4.jar file in your classpath, but you still get errors, can you please post the details of the errors you get.
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Where did you get this from?
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import org.gui.JCalendarCombo;

at the top of your code. Put the jar file into all your lib\ext directories
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by:Elyaa
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for example

can't resolve symbol  JCalenderCombo in the import org.gui.JCalenderCombo;

 the class JCalendarCombo is not recognize !!!!!

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If you follow exactly my advice at 10/23/2003 11:57AM PDT you should be fine
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:-)
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