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Dear Experts,
 I've been using NetBeans and before I used to see on the explorer tree the class files after compilation, now I do not. Do you know how to activate this feature on NetBeans so I can see the class file after compilation?

Any idea or help would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you
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putting them in the ext directory of your jdk should achieve that (though I don't actually use netbeans)
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woops, this is not the q I meant to post in :)
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:-D
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For NetBeans 3.6,

go to Window -> Filesystems or press Ctrl+2

then mount to a local directory where those class files are inside.
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