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i've deleted the form files (netbeans) how can i get them back.

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Is there a way to generate missing form files in netbeans
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http://form.netbeans.org/roadmap.html
>>> Importing forms from plain Java code <<<
This feature will be introduced in NetBeans 6.0
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