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I'm not sure how to ask this question, so i'm just gonna start by explaining what i'm doing.

I have a project in Eclipse (jre1.4) - which I've now downloaded the J2ME toolkit version 2.1 - I'm using 2.1 because i'm running Windows 2000.
Anyways, not i'm trying to add a mobile application that's gonna at some point use some of the classes in my project, so I'm not creating a new project, just a new package.
Now i've written a new class, and I want to test it - and because I don't have access to a java enabled phone right now I figured, cool, I'll use the emulator. But I don't know how.

so firstly, is my process fine? ie. add package inside existing project
secondly, how do i use the emulator, i've been googling and not much makes sense to me right now.
Thanks.
blu.
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hey, thanks, the eclipseme thing seems to be the answer.
managed to get to a point where i have the emulator showing what I want....
woohooo, hurdle number 1 overcome!

thanks as always.
blu :-)
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