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lost java form file

Posted on 2004-10-30
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Hello,

I accidentally deleted the form file of a class. I have .java source file. Can I create again the .form file with .java file.

Regards

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Question by:elmakarge
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     Hello,
      The .form file you created in what IDE? I think if you still have .java file, you can create the .form file again.

      Regards,
      Tri
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    by:elmakarge
    IDE is Netbeans. Do you mean creating the form file again by looking at the .java file and inserting objects again manually?

    Thx and regards,

    ulvi
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    by:dttri
     In this situation, it maybe the solution although not easy :)
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